Police: Woman Killed While Crossing Street In East VillageIt happened just before 6:30 a.m. at the intersection of Third Avenue and St. Marks Place.
Long-Standing Astor Place Newsstand Closed Down By City ReopensOperator Jerry Delakas attended Mayor Bill de Blasio's Gracie Mansion open house on Jan. 5 and talked to the mayor briefly about his trouble. Delakas' lawyer credits de Blasio for helping his client reopen.
Volunteers Help Make Christmas Merry For 2,500 New Yorkers In NeedThat is what Christmas is all about; the giving of yourself in service to someone else.
Lawsuit Claims Some NYC Starbucks Workers Mocked Deaf CustomersThe lawsuit claims some Starbucks workers in Manhattan were highly insensitive to deaf customers on several occasions, including mocking their manner of speaking.
NYPD Officers Injured In Run-In With AnarchistsTwo New York police officers were injured on Saturday night in connection with a series of anarchist-related arrests in Manhattan.
'Cat Woman' Robber Sentenced In ManhattanShanna Spalding, the tattooed heavy metal singer, whose stage name is "Purgatory," became better known as the Cat Woman robber.
3 Men Indicted In Manhattan ATM 'Skimming' SchemeThe men were charged in what prosecutors call and elaborate ATM scam that stole thousands of debit card numbers from unknowing customers.
Some Homeless Ride Out Hurricane Irene On The StreetIt's a challenge to live on the streets, even when the weather cooperates. But when Tropical Storm Irene moved over New York City, it was especially difficult for some of the city's homeless.
Off The Beaten Path – 10 Alternatives To The MOMA And The MetIf you're going to be spending time indoors, make the most of a rainy day and hit up one of New York City's many museums.