Residents of Washington Heights and Inwood will be stuck with the No. 1 train during the overnight hours this week, as the northernmost leg of the A train shuts down for Fastrack repairs.
Some workers at a Washington Heights McDonald’s walked off the job Friday, claiming they have been forced to work without air conditioning all summer long.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday served a major subpoena on a New York City landlord, accusing the firm of kicking immigrant tenants out just so it could raise the rents.
A wall of a building came crashing down in Washington Heights early Saturday, forcing dozens of people from their homes.
Some neighbors in Upper Manhattan are upset with Liam Neeson’s new movie – but not because they’ve seen it.
Police spent the weekend looking for a man and a woman who witnesses said were kidnapped by two men in a dark-colored minivan just before 7 p.m. Friday near 173rd Street and Haven Avenue.
Police on Sunday were asking the public to help identify two possible kidnapping victims who may have been kidnapped in Washington Heights.
Police on Saturday were asking for the public’s help in finding two suspects who are believed to have abducted an unidentified man and woman in Washington Heights.
A Train commuters in the Washington Heights and Inwood sections of Manhattan will need to find alternate means of transportation during the overnight hours this week.
Time and rising temperatures have taken their toll on Frosty who has lost his red scarf, carrot nose, eyes, pail hat and both his arms since he mysteriously appeared Saturday after a winter storm dumped nearly a foot of snow on New York City.
A New York City transit worker and former police officer was convicted Wednesday of raping a 14-year-old runaway whom he lured to his apartment.
Police were asking for help from the public Sunday in finding a suspect who robbed a Laundromat in Washington Heights last month.
Bitter arctic air has a firm grip on the Tri-State Area and isn’t about to let go anytime soon.
An extra-alarm fire broke out Wednesday evening at an apartment building in Washington Heights, causing minor injuries to several people.
Pedestrians and bike riders will be able to travel over the Harlem River via New York City’s oldest standing bridge, starting in 2014.