First Ever Central Park Statue To Honor WomenAfter creating 23 statues of men, the city is now designing the first-ever statue for women in Central Park.
Plaque Honoring Hero Cop Steven McDonald Dedicated In Central ParkA plaque honoring the late NYPD Detective Steven McDonald was dedicated Thursday at his old precinct in Central Park.
NYPD Hopes New Evidence Will Help Solve 2016 Central Park ExplosionOn Tuesday, police released a photo of a bag they believe was tied to the case.
First Day Of Central Park As Permanent Car-Free ZoneVehicle traffic is now banned on all roads south of 72nd Street in the park. Cars were already banned north of 72nd Street.
‘It Feels Amazing:’ Families Pack Central Park To Enjoy Warm Father’s Day WeekendWith temperatures in the 80s, New Yorkers spent the day Saturday basking in the sun, biking in the park and snacking on sweet treats.
Pedicab Driver Arrested After Dragging Parks Officer Near Tavern On The GreenThe officer was taken to Lenox Hill Hospital. The driver was taken into custody.
Mayor: Central Park To Go Car-FreeMayor Bill de Blasio announced a new plan Friday to ban vehicles south of 72nd Street beginning June 27.
Controversial Statue Of Dr. J. Marion Sims Removed From Central ParkThe move is part of the decision by Mayor Bill de Blasio with input from the city's Monument Commission.
Male, Female Duo Arrested In Connection To Central Park RobberyInvestigators say the suspects, both 19-years-old, led the victim to believe they had a gun and took his wallet.
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'Our Lives Are Forever Altered': Woman Struck By Falling Tree In Central Park Launching $200 Million LawsuitAnne Monoky suffered a fractured vertebrae and neck injuries when the tree fell inside the park on West Drive near 62nd Street back on Aug, 15, 2017.
Activities For Black History Month In NYCThis February, an array of activities will take place throughout the five boroughs.