As a result of Superstorm Sandy, many Halloween traditions in the Tri-State area will either not happen at all or be rescheduled.
Zhordrack Blodywon, 40, of Queens was arrested Saturday afternoon and charged with rape, robbery and criminal possession of stolen property, according to police.
“Whether the drug deal occurs on the street corner or on the Internet, it’s a crime,” Bridget Brennan, special narcotics prosecutor for New York City, said Thursday in a statement announcing the arrests.
Willie Nile and the Smithereens are headlining the free farewell show Monday night.
For 190 years, the sound of the bell atop the Church of St. Luke in the Fields could be heard ringing through Greenwich Village. But that stopped five months ago.
New York City is home to the nation’s largest Halloween celebration, the Village Halloween Parade. If you’re planning to participate in the downtown debauchery, use our guide to make it an experience you don’t have to do-over.
The plan would increase the time limits on parking meters from one hour to two hours in some places, including 74th Street and Roosevelt Avenue. But it would also cost more.
On Sept. 6, at around 11 p.m., a mob scene broke out at the corner of Broadway and Bleecker Street.
This year, Wright met with firefighters at Squad 18 in Greenwich Village.
“Fashion’s Night Out” turned ugly and spiraled into chaos at the corner of Broadway and Bleecker Street when the driver of an Audi apparently exchanged words with a bicyclist.
The alleged attack happened last Friday.
Police are hoping surveillance video will help catch a man who investigators said beat and sexually assaulted an employee of the Body Work massage parlor.
The suspect entered a business at 85 Washington Place in Greenwich Village and repeatedly struck the 41-year-old victim in the body and face until she went unconscious, police said.
Protesters against the proposal rallied on the steps of City Hall Tuesday morning prior to the committee hearings.
Administrators said that the university must add new facilities to attract top students and professors, but critics — including faculty members and actor Matthew Broderick — said the planned expansion would damage the quality of life in the Village.