NYC Parks Department Works To Restore Damaged StatuesThe New York City Department of Parks and Recreation has launched a new effort to restore statues with missing pieces to their former glory.
Report: Suit By Max Weinberg, Local Judge Has Halted N.J. Trail RepairsLegal action threatened by Bruce Springsteen drummer Max Weinberg and a local judge is among the reasons why restoration along the Henry Hudson Trail in Monmouth County, N.J., has not been completed.
St. Patrick's Cathedral Shows Off Restored Bronze DoorsSt. Patrick’s Cathedral on Wednesday welcomed parishioners and visitors with shiny new doors.
Effort To Restore Fireboat 'The Fire Fighter'The 134-foot-long FDNY boat The Fire Fighter dominates the skyline along the docks of Greenport, Long Island and serves as a museum ship. But has become rusted out and is in dire need of restoration.
MTA Hoping To Restore At Least Some Service To South Ferry StationActing Metropolitan Transportation Authority executive director Thomas Prendergast said Tuesday that the agency looking into ways to get at least some service back running at the South Ferry subway station.
NJ TRANSIT Service To Return To Normal At Last After SandyStarting Monday, life after Superstorm Sandy will be back to normal at last for the vast majority of TRANSIT passengers.
Renovations Complete At Grand Central Terminal Whispering GalleryRenovations have been completed at the whispering gallery in Grand Central Terminal, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced.
Cuomo: Power Back In Manhattan For All Grids But OneCon Edison planned to have power to restored to all of Lower Manhattan by Saturday morning.
Historic Eldridge Street Synagogue Gets New WindowThe 1887 synagogue was the city's first congregation built by Eastern European Jews. It drew 1,000 worshippers during its peak years before falling into disrepair.
Morgan Library Reopens Next MonthIt's the first major restoration of the McKim-designed space since the building opened in 1906. It will reopen Oct. 30.
Poll: NYers Want Term Limits RestoredAccording to a new poll, most New Yorkers want to restore the two-term limit for city officials.