Citi Bike May Hold Key To East Village Restaurant's SurvivalThe owners of an East Village restaurant say the city is refusing to make one simple change that could save their business.
3 Homeless Men Arrested For Fighting With Knife And Sticks At East Village Park, Police SayThree homeless men were arrested overnight after they were found fighting with a knife and sticks at a park in the East Village
Owners Of Iconic Gem Spa, Sylvia's Speak Out About Coronavirus Shutdown Struggles: 'Everything Impacts Us'More than 100,000 small businesses in the U.S. closed by April because of COVID-19, laying off thousands of employees.
Sources Say Actress Spencer Grammer, Man Injured In East Village SlashingThe two victims were taken to a local hospital, but police did not elaborate on how serious those injuries are.
Whoa! A Sinkhole Nearly Swallowed A Car In The East VillageA sinkhole opened up and nearly swallowed a parked car in the East Village early Sunday morning.
NYPD: Officers Shoot Man Brandishing Knife Following Incident Inside Lower Manhattan StoreThere was a police-involved shooting in the East Village early Thursday morning.
For Owner Greg Rales, Temptation Is 'Torture' At Red Gate BakeryIn pursuing his childhood dream of baking, Rales resists the daily urge to indulge.
Trio Convicted In Deadly East Village Gas Explosion Sentenced To 4-12 YearsProsecutors say building owner Maria Hrynenko, contractor Dilber Kukic and plumber Athanasios Ioannidis ran an illegal gas line into a building at 121 Second Avenue.
On Wall, Paint Me You Will: 'Baby Yoda' Appears At NYC Subway StopThere's now a "Baby Yoda" mural in the East Village thanks to artist Will Power who painted it at the Second Avenue F train subway stop.
Customers Frustrated As Valuable Belongings Sit Behind Locked Gate Of East Village Consignment ShopA second location in Park Slope, Brooklyn, also appears to have shuttered and been cleared out.
Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks: An East Village Shop Giving Old Cookbooks New Life"It's amazing how many people are interested in how people used to cook," owner Bonnie Slotnick told CBS2's Elle McLogan.