The building was evacuated as a precaution Wednesday morning.
A pair of suspects remained on the run Thursday night, wanted for more than 20 burglaries the West Village, TriBeCa, and Chinatown in just one month.
According to police, a man was shoveling snow next to his blue Dodge Ram on Christopher Street when another man appeared, pulled out a gun and demanded the keys. He drove off without firing a shot, police said.
Port Authority police say six people were involved in the assault 6:30 a.m. Sunday. The victim, 44, was treated for cuts to his head and hand.
Edith Windsor, the plaintiff who filed the lawsuit that led to the U.S. Supreme Court ruling against the Defense of Marriage Act this week, will be among the grand marshals for this year’s New York City Gay Pride parade.
Dozens of HIV and AIDS patients who were forced from their West Village home because of superstorm Sandy will start moving back in this week.
At the height of superstorm Sandy, the Hudson River shattered the glass doors and swamped the Bailey-Holt House on Christopher Street.
Streets were almost as crowded with traffic and people as any other day in the West Village Tuesday afternoon, but power was out virtually everything was closed.
A 19-year-old man, who had just been arrested for marijuana possession, somehow managed to jump out of the back of a police van near Christopher Street on Friday night.
Every year, on 9/11, the West Side Highway is transformed into what is, for many, an unexpected cheer zone.
Christopher Street in Manhattan is home to the Stonewall Inn and the 1969 riots there are largely viewed as a turning point in the struggle for gay rights.
The suspects, armed with a silver handgun, robbed seven stores in Oct. and Nov. including the Pleasure Chest and a luxury dog spa, police said.
Blink and you might miss it. Located a few doors down from the Christopher Street PATH Station in the West Village is the “World’s Smallest Store.”
In surveillance video at the scene, you can see the suspect trying to run away from the officer.
Drinking and driving doesn’t mix, but apparently at one Christopher Street pet store, alcohol and puppies don’t either.