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Adele Sarno, 85, Continues Fight To Stay In Little Italy Building Up For SaleA grandmother who has lived in the same Little Italy apartment since 1962 was back in court Monday, fighting to keep her home.
NYPD Releases Video Of Man Wanted In Chinatown Groping IncidentThe suspect followed a 27-year-old woman as she was walking on Mulberry Street and groped her, police said.
Officer On Horseback Rushes To Scene After Shooting In NewarkA police officer on horseback was among those who pursued a suspect Wednesday, after a man was shot and wounded on a street in Newark.
Feast Of San Gennaro Kicks Off On Mulberry StreetThe Feast of San Gennaro began Thursday in Little Italy, with tons of food and an assortment of entertainment.
Police Search For Suspects Wanted In More Than 20 Lower Manhattan BurglariesA pair of suspects remained on the run Thursday night, wanted for more than 20 burglaries the West Village, TriBeCa, and Chinatown in just one month.
CBS 2 Exclusive: Woman Says Cabbie Went Into Violent Rage Because She Wasn't Carrying CashIt is a story of violence and violation. A woman has come forward with allegations of a cab driver attack that stretch the bounds of understanding and reason.
Person Of Interest Sought In Connection With Little Italy Sex AttackPolice said a man crawled through a window and raped a woman at knifepoint in her bed.
Police Investigate Alleged Sex Attack In Little ItalyOn Monday night, police were on the hunt for the suspect who broke into an apartment building in the heart of Little Italy on Mulberry street and raped a woman in the middle of the night as her unsuspecting child slept next to her.
Little Italy Residents Fight To Save Historic DistrictLongtime Little Italy residents and business owners have complained of being squeezed out by greedy landlords, but one man is appealing for help to save the historic district.
Suspect To Police: 'Why Are You Guys Looking At Me Like I Just Stole This iPad?'Two police officers were injured Wednesday while apprehending an alleged thief at a Manhattan subway station, police said.
NYC Lets San Gennaro Festival Run Its Full CourseThe Community Board and high-end boutique owners wanted the festival scaled back by three blocks because of noise, crowds and smells.
Critics Still Want San Gennaro Feast Cut Short"It killed our business pretty much for two weeks out of the summer, which should be our busiest time," Emily Snell, of the Paul Frank Store, said. "It’s unfortunate for business owners around this area."
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