No. 1 Train Service Shuts Down For WeekendThe No. 1 Train is out of service for the weekend due to planned work.
Man Stabbed On No. 1 Train In HarlemThe incident happened on the northbound train near Broadway and West 145th Street in Hamilton Heights around 4:30 p.m.
Police: Man Groped Girls, Women Multiple Times On No. 1 TrainsPolice were searching Sunday for a suspect who they say groped several women and girls on No. 1 trains on the West Side of Manhattan.
Cops: Suspect Made Anti-Gay Remarks Before Subway StabbingPolice said a man made anti-gay remarks before stabbing another man several times on a northbound No. 1 train at the 110th Street station on Saturday night.
Person Struck By No. 1 Train At 59th Street; Multiple Lines SnaggedMultiple lines were snagged in Midtown and Upper Manhattan Friday evening, after a person was struck by a No. 1 Train at 59th Street-Columbus Circle.
Police: Man Robbed 2 Women On No. 1 Trains In Lower ManhattanPolice were searching Thursday night for a suspect in two robberies on the No. 1 Train in Lower Manhattan.
No. 1 Train Service Suspended All Weekend For RepairsThe No. 1 train, one of the city's busiest lines, has shut down for the weekend, leaving riders scrambling to find other ways to get around.
No. 1 Train To Be Shut Down Through Weekend For MaintenanceThe subway might be the No. 1 inconvenience this weekend for some riders from the Bronx to the Battery.
500 Evacuated From Subway After West Village Water Main Break; Some Service HaltedA water main break in the West Village forced the evacuation of 500 people from No. 1 train Wednesday evening.
Woman Found Dead Under No. 1 Train In InwoodA woman was found dead under a subway train Monday on the elevated portion of the No. 1 line in Inwood, Manhattan.
MTA Takes Over Rebuilding Of Cortlandt Street Subway Station Destroyed On 9/11The Cortlandt Street No. 1 train station was crushed beneath falling debris from the towers Sept. 11, 2001.
Manhole Fire, Delays, Malfunctioning Doors Plague Subway System All At OnceThe entire subway system was hit with numerous problems Thursday evening, from power outages and a manhole fire to doors that opened onto the tracks.

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