Residents of a building in Chelsea are fit to be tied, claiming an aggressive dog has bitten multiple people and the woman who owns the dog is not maintaining control.
The impact was so strong, it sent both vehicles crashing into a building and several parked cars. The scaffolding that was in front of the building collapsed onto the wreckage.
It happened around 6:30 a.m. Friday near an after-hours club on 24th Street between 5th and 6th avenues.
Mike Noble’s dog Sheila was shot at by a man attempting to force his way into their apartment in a Chelsea housing complex.
It all took place at around 1:30 p.m. Friday. That’s when a man entered the school illegally, according to police, looking for a former teacher.
Nine buildings in Chelsea were evacuated Tuesday, after a gas leak erupted.
The elusive British artist Banksy has been the talk of New York in recent days, since his graffiti works have begun appearing around the city in what he called an attempt to “host an entire show on the streets of New York.”
There is no denying it. In a suburban neighborhood in Midwood at least one criminal tried to sell a loaded 9-millimeter to undercover police officers while residents went about their day unaware.
Alfonso Lainer, 23, was arrested Tuesday and charged with aggravated harassment and assault as a hate crime, police said.
A suspect has been arrested and charged in an alleged anti-gay bias attack on a couple in Chelsea last month.
Gay rights activist Corey Johnson has won the nomination for the 3rd District City Council seat being vacated by Speaker Christine Quinn, following a contest described in published reports as “vicious.”
It happened early Wednesday morning in the area of West 25 Street and 9 Avenue shortly after Peter Notman and Michael Felenchak left the Chelsea Bowtie Cinemas.
What was supposed to be a pleasant movie night turned into a violent attack and beating for a gay couple in Chelsea.
Police on Monday were searching for a suspect who drew a swastika on an elevator button at the New York City Google headquarters in Chelsea.
Preservationists had fought to restore the Chelsea row house at 339 West 29th Street that was once owned by outspoken abolitionist Abigail Hopper Gibbons and her husband.