Cyclist Struck And Killed In ChelseaIt happened at around 9:25 a.m. near West 23rd Street and Sixth Avenue. 
Manhunt For 'Mindless Idiots' Who Set Off Firecracker In Subway CarOfficials say someone threw a lit firecracker in an F train subway car Friday morning, terrifying passengers.
Pair Suspected Of Stealing Pricey BicyclesThe duo allegedly stole two bikes valued at $4,200 and $10,000 last month in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Vandal Smashes 30 LinkNYC Screens At Wi-Fi Kiosks Across CityPolice said 30 kiosks have been vandalized since last week. Most of the damage was in the West Village and Chelsea.
Water Service Restored In Chelsea Following Main BreakA dozen businesses and more than 400 apartments were without water early Wednesday morning.
Goodwill Sets Up Chic Pop-Up Store Focused On Sustainable FashionShopping off their racks means more than just a new look for a consumer -- it's also a new life for the clothes themselves.
NYC Hardware Store Still Thriving 135 Years LaterA family-run hardware store was in business before the Manhattan Bridge and both the Chrysler and Empire State buildings were constructed. Somehow, they may have even helped build them.
Teen Slashed In Chelsea; Police Seek 3 SuspectsIt happened at around 11:30 a.m. near 351 West 18th Street near a school. 
L Train Service Restored After Water Main Break Snarls Morning CommuteA water main ruptured early Wednesday in Manhattan, disrupting L train service during the morning commute.
5-Year-Old Boy With Autism Safe After Wandering Away From SchoolThe boy was not harmed, but now his family is wondering how could this happen?
Ceremony In Chelsea Honors Veterans From WWI And BeyondA pair of wreaths were laid before an iconic military statue on 9th Avenue and 27th Street in Chelsea.