A judge has ruled in favor of NYU, and against angry Greenwich Village residents, in a lawsuit to stop the massive expansion plan by the university, according to published reports.
Mary-Louise Parker owns a glamorous residence at 32 Washington Square West in Greenwich Village, and a published report said it back on the market for a cool $6.99 million.
A lawsuit filed by opponents of a major expansion of the NYU campus in Greenwich Village has advanced, following a judge’s decision last week, according to a published report.
Morgan Gliedman remained free on bail following her arraignment Monday in Manhattan state Supreme Court.
Bleecker Street Records in the West Village is well-known its selection of vinyl, CDs posters and other items – but the store may soon be but a memory.
A Massachusetts man remains in critical condition after being beaten by a group of people in the Village early Monday morning.
The handpainted tiles that adorned a fence outside the former St. Vincent’s Hospital for a decade after Sept. 11, 2001, in Greenwich Village are part of a new exhibit.
A man accused of keeping bomb-making materials in his Greenwich Village apartment told acquaintances late last year that he planned to blow up the Washington Square Park arch, police said Thursday.
Morgan Gliedman, the pale pony-tailed new mom with a heroin habit was arraigned on a weapons possession charge and released on bail Tuesday.
The arrest of a man and woman who were found with explosives, weapons and bomb-making materials at a Greenwich Village townhouse were a reminder for some of a far more destructive incident a couple of blocks away more than 40 years ago.
Morgan Gliedman, 27, is the daughter of a prominent real estate agent and a top-rated New York oncologist, CBS 2 reported. She was nine months pregnant at the time of her arrest and gave birth to a baby girl soon afterwards.
Greenwich Village Couple Arrested After Investigators Find Explosive Powder, ‘Terrorist Encyclopedia’
Police Detective Martha Barrera reported that a plastic container containing a white powdery substance known as HMTD was found in the living room. The substance is highly explosive.
Three buildings in Greenwich Village were evacuated Saturday, after police found a substance that looked like explosive powder in an apartment.
The burglaries all happened during off hours at restaurants and a clothing store in Greenwich Village since Nov. 12, according to police.
As a result of Superstorm Sandy, many Halloween traditions in the Tri-State area will either not happen at all or be rescheduled.