Officials: Woman Killed In Early-Morning, Murray Hill BlazeFire officials say an elderly woman was killed when flames broke out in a 4 story building on East 36th Street shortly before 1 a.m.
Neighbors: Boozy Brunches At Flatiron District Venue Are Out Of HandSome East Side residents have been complaining about drunken revelers stumbling through their neighborhood in broad daylight, and they blame a bar’s flat-rate, bottomless boozy brunches.
Cat Survives 12-Story Plunge At Manhattan Apartment BuildingOwner Samuel Jacobs said he panicked when he returned to his East 32nd Street townhouse Tuesday and couldn't find his 6-year-old cat Gizmo.
Fire Guts Sushi Restaurant, Causes Traffic Disruptions In Murray HillThe two-alarm fire broke out at Ginza Sushi at around 11 a.m. Friday.
Man, 44, Found Stabbed To Death In Northeast QueensA man was found stabbed to death Tuesday evening in northeast Queens.
Murray Hill High-Rise Fire Leaves 1 Person InjuredOne person was injured early Saturday when a fire broke out in a 14-story building in Murray Hill.
Gansevoort Park Avenue Hotel's Neighbors Fed UpNeighbors say they've complained about noise, traffic, crowds on the street and parties in the rooftop pool that seemed more like a "Girls Gone Wild" video.
Reports: British Army Rubgy Players Accused Of Assaulting Off-Duty CopSix British Army rugby players were charged late last week with attacking an off-duty NYPD officer following a bar fight in Murray Hill, according to published reports.
Noisy Parties Prompt Local Residents To Bill NYC Hotel For Lost SleepThe swanky Gansevoort Park Avenue hotel has been getting on many neighbors' nerves since it opened in 2010.
Police Seek Robber Who Held Up Bank In Murray HillPolice this weekend were asking for help from the public in finding a man who held up a bank in Murray Hill.
Extra-Alarm Fire Breaks Out In Murray HillAn extra-alarm fire raged Sunday evening in the Murray Hill section of Manhattan.
New York Bar Owners Say Earlier Last Call Would Hurt Nightlife IndustryNew York bar owners are worried that a Harlem community board’s proposal to shift the closing time from 4 a.m. to 2 a.m. could spread to other areas and damage the industry.