A public meeting is scheduled on Monday on a proposal to create a historic district in the South Village.
Scottish heritage and pride were on display Saturday at the 15th annual New York Tartan Day Parade.
Forty years ago on Wednesday, an inventor named Martin Cooper made the very first cell phone call in history in Midtown Manhattan.
Whether you’re trying to get to Times Square to see the ball drop or you’re just trying to make your way elsewhere, officials have a reminder that some roads and subway stations have been closed.
Three buildings in Greenwich Village were evacuated Saturday, after police found a substance that looked like explosive powder in an apartment.
A woman turned her back for only a split second and her beloved dog was gone, stolen on the streets of New York City.
The parade ended at 2 p.m., but festivities will continue all afternoon and evening throughout the city, with lots of celebrating taking place in Washington Heights. Much of Sixth Avenue is expected to be closed off through the evening.
A proposal by Mayor Michael Bloomberg — intended to speed up buses — would create a pedestrian plaza between Fifth and Sixth avenues, where all cars and trucks would be banned.
A baby stroller painted a ghostly white with three plastic flowers in the seat was found chained to a street sign on the corner of Union Street and Sixth Avenue in Park Slope.