Memorial Honoring Puerto Rican Community, Hurricane Maria Victims Unveiled In Lower ManhattanThe multi-colored glass curves and ascending spiral were designed by architect Segundo Cardona and artist Antonio Martorell. Both are based in Puerto Rico.
Beware Of Squirrel? Parks Department Warns People Not To Feed Them Amid Reports Of Biting, ScratchingAttacks by aggressive squirrels are getting so frequent lately, the Parks Department is posting warnings pleading to visitors not to feed the animals.
NYPD: Missing Manhattan Toddler Found Safe, Nanny ArrestedGabriella Russo was returned home overnight by the nanny, 59-year-old Fatima Alexander, police said.
Search Underway After Toddler, Last Seen With Nanny, Fails To Arrive At SchoolPolice are looking for a woman and a young girl who were last seen Tuesday morning. Around noon the girl's school called Russo's parents and told them that the girl never arrived.
Parents: We Need More Crossing GuardsNYC parents say that have pleaded for more crossing guards, and that something needs to be done before someone gets hurt.
Police Capture Coyote In Lower Manhattan Police captured a coyote in lower Manhattan on Saturday morning.
South St. Seaport Resident: Neighborhood Is Still Struggling To Rebuild Following SandyFollowing Superstorm Sandy, those in Lower Manhattan's South Street Seaport and Battery Park City know how bad the flooding can be.
Thousands Gather For Elaborate 'Dinner In White' In Battery Park City Imagine an elaborate, flash mob, dinner party with thousands of your new-found friends. It's one of the biggest summer events in New York City, and it's all a mystery until guests arrive.
Residents Fear Beer Garden Will Bring Ruckus To Battery Park CityDevelopers are planning to convert the historic Pier A, which has sat empty for more than two decades, into a dining and drinking establishment that will fit more than 1,000 people.
Seen At 11: NYC Park Safety Called Into QuestionPark safety is underfunded, and the way Parks Enforcement Patrol officers are deployed is in dire need of reform, they argue.
Cops: Woman Offered Investigator Jewelry, Stamps To Kill HusbandThe would-be hit was supposed to go down on Sunday. Instead, Elena Adams, 57, was arrested in Sheepshead Bay after a meeting with an undercover investigator to allegedly discuss the murder of her husband.
5 Moving Memorials In NYCMemorials make us remember those who have gone, but they also inspire us to great feats in our own lives. Read on for five of New York’s most moving tributes to check out this Memorial Day.
Cuomo, Bloomberg Assess Sandy's Impact On NYC; Battery Tunnel Flooded By Cascading Water Numerous bridges have been shut and power has been cut to parts of lower Manhattan.
Some Residents In Evacuation Zone May Defy Orders To LeaveBloomberg said that while those who defy the evacuation orders will not be arrested, he cautioned that it would be a selfish decision because it would potentially put first responders at risk if the residents need to be rescued.
Stringer: 'Bureaucratic Meddling' To Blame For Lower Manhattan Garbage Pileup The medians that divide the West Side Highway are being choked with trash from 59th Street to Battery Park City and the Manhattan Borough President is not happy about it.