Police Saturday were asking for the public’s help in finding a robber who held up multiple two convenience stores, a deli and a Dunkin’ Donuts around Manhattan in recent weeks.
After 34 years in business, the iconic Rawhide gay bar in Chelsea will be closing permanently in less than three weeks.
Police on Sunday continued to search for the hit-and-run driver who killed a recent Cornell University graduate.
A 22-year-old man was struck and killed early Saturday in Chelsea near the Hudson River.
New York State is planning to close a prison in a pricey Manhattan neighborhood and one local politician is against the move.
Nude sunbathing has been banned along many of the beaches of Fire Island – but not all the beaches will be affected.
The manager of a Manhattan coffee shop says he is concerned for the safety of his employees because of violent incidents at the hands of the homeless.
A man’s legs were severed by a subway train in the Bronx Saturday night, and another man was killed by a train in Manhattan Sunday morning – bringing the total number of subway-related deaths or injuries to seven in the past week.
A Chelsea facility that kept millions of dollars’ worth of wine has filed for bankruptcy in the wake of damage by Superstorm Sandy and subsequent lawsuits, according to published reports.
The New Venus Diner in Chelsea has reopened, after being shut down by the city late last week for mouse and fly infestation.
A 66-year-old Staten Island man is dead, after being hit and killed by a private garbage truck in Chelsea.
The Wi-Fi zone covers Gansevoort Street and 19th Street from Eighth Avenue to the West Side Highway, including the Chelsea Triangle, 14th Street Park and Gansevoort Plaza.
Lindsay Lohan was set to appear in court in Manhattan in connection with charges that she hit a woman during an argument in a Chelsea nightclub in November.
The city Buildings Department said Thursday that one wing of the L-shaped, seven-story building remains under an evacuation order as contractors work to reinforce it. People were allowed back into the other wing Wednesday.
Parts of some decorative pillars that stand between the building’s windows at 655 Sixth Avenue crumbled into a 4-to-5-foot-tall pile in the street.