Broken Water Main Triggers Steam Condition, Cuts Service On Upper East SideCity Councilman Dan Garodnick told CBS2 that roughly 450 customers were without water after the break.
Second Avenue Subway Line Faces First Commuter Rush Since OpeningIt took nearly 100 years from conception to completion, but after a couple of days to get out the kinks, commuters are finally benefitting.
At Long Last, Second Avenue Subway Set To Open For New YearThe biggest New Year’s Eve countdown in New York City may not be in Times Square, but rather on Second Avenue.
Upper East Side Man Threatens To Sue Neighbor Over 'Intolerable' Holiday MusicAn Upper East Side man has had enough of his neighbor's holiday music and is threatening to sue to stop it.
Upper East Side Christmas Display Causing A StirLawyer Nick Wilder is suing his neighbor, socialite Lisa Maria Falcone, for setting up what he says is nonstop holiday music blaring from a display outside of his apartment building on East 67th Street.
Man Arrested For Upper East Side RobberyClarence Copeland, 54, has been charged with robbery in the second degree. Police say he followed a 54 year old woman into the vestibule of her residence on East 67th Street and demanded her bag.
Man Wanted In Upper East Side RobberyPolice say the man followed a 54-year-old female inside of her residence located in the vicinity of East 67th Street, where he demanded her bag before punching her in the face and body.
73-Year-Old Woman Robbed, Police Searching For SuspectPolice are searching for a man who tried to steal an elderly woman's purse on the Upper East Side Friday evening.
Woman, 66, Struck And Critically Injured By Vehicle On Upper East SideA 66-year-old woman was in critical condition late Monday after being struck by a vehicle on the Upper East Side.
'A Miracle On 93rd Street,' Elderly Man Rescued In Blaze Reunites With Heroic Firefighters
Smash-And-Grab Robbery Leads To Frightening Moments At Madison Avenue Luxury Watch StoreTwo men armed with guns entered a store on Madison Avenue between 62nd and 63rd streets and smashed the display cases.
CBS2 Exclusive: Man Who Collapsed Onto Subway Tracks Meets One Of His RescuersIn a hospital room on the Upper East Side, Gary Tonge came face to face with Michel Mroue, one of the men who came to his rescue when he fell after taking medication for an allergic reaction.

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