A street collapsed in the Two Bridges section of Lower Manhattan early Saturday, after a water main break outside the Alfred E. Smith Houses public housing development.
The driver was rushed to Beekman Hospital. Her injuries were described as non-life threatening.
Some neighbors on Coney Island would like to see a ferry connecting the Brooklyn peninsula to Manhattan, but a plan by the city could ensure that it never happens.
A crafty burglar has been striking in TriBeCa, going through terrace doors to target upscale apartments.
A graphic video has surfaced, showing a fight between two girls at a public high school in Lower Manhattan.
Police Wednesday were asking the public to help find two men who robbed another man of his iPhone at gunpoint on the J Train in Lower Manhattan.
There’s a group that’s creating art, one can at a time, and it’s all for a good cause.
In order to qualify for federal help, sick or injured Ground Zero volunteers who lack other proof must have two people swear they worked there. Quinn said the city should help these volunteers locate first responders and others who can attest to their service.
The church has been offering a Children’s Mass for the past 15 years and lets kids tell the story of Mary, Joseph and baby Jesus.
Many stores in Lower Manhattan damaged by superstorm Sandy haven’t been able to benefit from the holiday season. But at one business near the South Street Seaport, they’re counting their lucky stars and their Christmas receipts.
The South Street Seaport Museum reopened to visitors Monday for the first time since Superstorm Sandy, and was set to launch two new exhibits on Friday.
Nearly four weeks after Superstorm Sandy, PATH train service from New Jersey to Lower Manhattan will resume on Monday morning.
Small business owners in Lower Manhattan have been trying to get going again after Superstorm Sandy, and the federal government has been trying to help them.
It sounds indulgent – but it isn’t. Instead of wolfing down a slice while walking, or, worse, trying to keep crumbs off your keyboard while multitasking, spend your lunch hour at a concert.
While most of Manhattan is back to its normal routine following superstorm Sandy, Lower Manhattan is still littered with reminders of the storm’s wrath.