Crowds gathered on the West Side on Saturday, waiting for a chance to try out for the reality competition America’s Got Talent.
The four alarm blaze broke out in a building on John F. Kennedy Boulevard and could be seen from as far away as the West Side of Manhattan.
It was a spectacle on the Hudson on Saturday afternoon. The FDNY held the 12th annual blessing of its Marine Fleet at the Intrepid Sea, Air, And Space Museum.
The new pavilion for NASA’s retired shuttle was unveiled at a ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday morning.
Ground was broken on a 26-acre site on the far West Side — the largest undeveloped site in New York — to create a new neighborhood from scratch, a city within a city.
The MTA said that all work on the site of the crane collapse has been suspended until further notice as officials from the Department of Buildings, OSHA, NYPD and the District Attorney’s office investigate.
Out at sea on an eastern Caribbean cruise it was hard to escape news of the catastrophe where a cruise ship ran aground off of Italy.
Bloomberg visited WCBS Newsradio 880′s new studios at 345 Hudson Street this morning and participated in an extensive interview with anchors Michael Wallace and Pat Carroll, as well as veteran political reporter Rich Lamb.
A special event was held today for those who put their lives on the line for our country and are now returning to civilian life.
It would essentially be the same route of the ARC Tunnel – the controversial plan that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie canceled because of funding concerns.
She rose like a phoenix from the ashes of the Twin Towers and now she’s paying a visit.
The world will turn its attention to Ground Zero on Sunday and police commissioner Ray Kelly calls the run-up to the 9/11 anniversary “a major security event.”
“Hand in Hand — Remembering 9/11″ will be held along the West Side waterfront this Sept. 10, the day before the 10th anniversary of the attacks.
New York City health officials hope to lift advisories at some area beaches forced to close due to a massive sewage spill in the Hudson River.
“Relocate now!” was the cry from parents at P.S. 51 in Hell’s Kitchen who say their children are getting sick from contaminated soil at a construction site near the school.