The iconic Macy’s flagship store in Herald Square reopened Saturday morning, as an investigation into a fire at the store continued.
A suspected robber trying to escape in a car ran over a police officer and slammed into a bicyclist early Saturday, and ultimately ditched the car and got away after plowing into a dry cleaners in Kips Bay.
The busy summer wedding season is just about here, and on Sunday, brides-to-be were getting a bargain on gowns while also helping the fight against cancer.
Police have launched a hate crime investigation, following a broad daylight attack on a gay couple this past weekend on busy Eighth Avenue just steps from Madison Square Garden.
Seven people were injured late Sunday afternoon when a fire broke out in an Astoria, Queens apartment building.
Another person was struck and killed on a subway train Friday night, bringing the total number of subway accidents up to five for just this week.
Police on Tuesday were asking for help form from the public in finding a man who impersonated a police officer as he robbed another man near Madison Square Garden and Penn Station.
A young woman stumbling around on the 34th Street 1-2-3 line subway platform fell onto the tracks and was killed by a train, following New Year’s festivities early Tuesday.
Power was coming back Wednesday afternoon to some areas toward the southernmost tip Lower Manhattan, but most residents and businesses below Midtown remained in the dark.
Regular bus riders on the 34th Street corridor will attest to the fact that this is one of the busiest, slowest lines. But now the MTA hopes some relief has arrived.
The company announced Tuesday that its flagship store in Herald Square will undergo a four-year, $400 million renovation beginning next spring.
Rather than budget cuts, a blizzard fiasco and the need to dump his schools chancellor, Mayor Michael Bloomberg had good news on Wednesday: he said the air is cleaner in Times Square since he banned cars.
Having turned Times Square, Union Square and Herald Square into pedestrian malls, the plan would have turned the 34th Street plaza into a large pedestrian mall, with cars and trucks banned between Fifth and Sixth Avenues.
Part of West 34th Street in Manhattan has reopened after police shut it down Monday afternoon. The street was closed at 1:30 p.m. between Fifth and Ninth avenues.
The proposal, intended to speed up buses, would be to create a pedestrian plaza between Fifth and Sixth Avenues where all cars and trucks would be banned.