Man Found Dead In Harlem River Near Macombs Dam BridgePolice were investigating Sunday night after a body was found floating in the Harlem River.
Woman's Body Pulled From Harlem River Near Marble HillPolice pulled a body from the Harlem River offshore from Marble Hill this weekend.
Police: Gun Found In East River Matches Weapon Used To Shoot, Kill NYPD OfficerA .40-caliber Glock was recovered around 3 a.m. Sunday about 20 feet below the river’s surface at 123rd Street, Chief of Manhattan Detectives William Aubry said.
City Website Erroneously Names Bridge For Former Mayor DinkinsThe Willis Avenue Bridge over the Harlem River was mislabeled the "David Dinkins-Willis Avenue Bridge'' on the maps.nyc.gov website.
High Bridge To Be Open To The Public Next YearPedestrians and bike riders will be able to travel over the Harlem River via New York City's oldest standing bridge, starting in 2014.
Family Calls For Greater Safety Measures Following Drowning Death Of 10-Year-Old SonA Bronx family is calling for increased safety precautions along the Harlem River following the drowning death of their 10-year-old son on Saturday.
Bronx Boy Dead After Falling Into Harlem RiverA ten-year-old boy Bronx boy died after falling into the Harlem river on Saturday.
N.J. Towns Look To Impose Traffic Restrictions Amid GWB BackupsA major construction project over the Harlem River will have an impact well into New Jersey and towns there are getting ready, WCBS 880's Sean Adams reported.
Little-Known Swindler Cove Park In Northern Manhattan Gaining Reputation As An OasisJust off of Dyckman Street -- and steps away from the busy Harlem River Drive -- sits the park, which consists of five acres of beautifully restored parkland.
Stories From Main Street: Alexander Hamilton's Home Moves In HarlemAlexander Hamilton's stately yellow and white federal style country estate has been refurbished and now stands at 141st Street and Saint Nicholas Park.
Tri-State Area To Get Heat Relief; Thousands Still Without PowerThe triple-digit scorcher that taxed the electrical grid and made life uncomfortable in the Tri-state area is finally expected to simmer down somewhat on Sunday.
Pumps Now Working At Harlem Sewage Plant; Beaches Could Open SoonNew York City health officials hope to lift advisories at some area beaches forced to close due to a massive sewage spill in the Hudson River.