Police on Friday were seeking suspects in three early-morning burglaries earlier this week in the Meatpacking District.
Hundreds of carpenters persisted in their long wait on line Sunday, in hopes of getting a chance to join the local union and take part in a training program.
Hopeful prospective workers camped out Saturday in an attempt to gain a spot in the Carpenters’ Union training program.
A proposal is moving ahead to create a historic district in the South Village, in conjunction with a proposed rezoning plan for neighboring Hudson Square.
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 bouncer working security in a West Village bar was credited in a published report with capturing a man who allegedly had just mugged a woman early Saturday.
A cup of coffee and the morning paper right beside traffic gridlock? It is indeed all part of a plan to socialize and beautify traffic islands near the Holland Tunnel.
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.
It’s a day for pride in Manhattan. The 43rd LGBT Pride March — also known as the Heritage of Pride March and the Gay Pride Parade — began at noon at 5th Avenue and 36th Street.
The expansion includes the relocation of employees from Upper Saddle River, N.J., and White Plains, N.Y.
Ongoing construction has made coming and going through the Holland Tunnel a bit tricky lately and come Monday it will get worse.
Five years’ worth of traffic headaches were on the way at the New Jersey-bound Holland Tunnel.
Starting Sunday, the city will shut down the Hudson Street approach to the Holland Tunnel for 3 to 5 years to allow for water main repairs.