Sources: Man Accidentally Shoots Himself In Times Square Subway StationThe man who was shot originally told police he was struck by a stray bullet, but now the story has changed.
As Crime Increases, Several NYC Business Groups Hire Private Security GuardsAt least three business groups have hired their own security forces, coming on the heels of a letter to Mayor de Blasio by over 160 business leaders asking him to fix conditions in the city so businesses will recover.
Man Stabbed In Manhattan's Garment DistrictIt happened near 38th Street and Eighth Avenue around 9:45 p.m. Saturday.
Answering The Coronavirus Call: Garment District Making Badly Needed Surgical Gowns For Front-Line WorkersMayor Bill de Blasio says New York City hospitals have enough masks, face shields and gloves to make it through Sunday, but surgical gowns are in short supply.
Fire Breaks Out At Famous Garment District StoreFirefighters could be seen breaking the windows of Mood Fabrics, which was featured on the reality show “Project Runway.”
Garment District Business Owners Irate Over City's Sudden Water Shutdown PlanFor establishments like Keens Steakhouse, timing is critical. It's been open for over 135 years, but starting next week they could be facing a crisis.
New Proposal Could Create Secondary Garment District In Sunset Park, BrooklynFashionistas may no longer be able to descend on one central location to satisfy their sartorial palettes.
Garment District Alliance Puts Up Flyers Urging People Not To Give To Homeless Panhandling In StreetsBarbara Randall, president of the Garment District Alliance, said homelessness is a citywide problem.
Life-Size Seward Johnson Sculptures Take Over Pedestrian Plaza In Garment DistrictSeward Johnson's life-like and life-size sculptures of iconic figures like Marilyn Monroe and ordinary people doing everyday things are making an appearance along a pedestrian plaza in the Garment District.
A Look At Artist Chakaia Booker's Garment District Art Installation The annual Garment District Summer Public Art Series will be captivating audiences until November.
Water Line Break Floods Basements In MidtownBasements were left flooded in multiple buildings in the Garment District Wednesday afternoon, following a water line break on Sixth Avenue.
Robber Slams Into Cop, Cyclist Before Ditching Car And RunningA suspected robber trying to escape in a car ran over a police officer and slammed into a bicyclist early Saturday, and ultimately ditched the car and got away after plowing into a dry cleaners in Kips Bay.
Report: Woman Says Boss Harassed, Molested Her On The JobA 22-year-old woman has sued her 73-year-old boss on the grounds that he grabbed her crotch and repeatedly harassed her with sexually graphic language, according to published reports.
Cops: Man Holds Up 4 Manhattan Businesses In One DayPolice on Monday said a man used the tactics of a bank robber to hold up not only an actual bank, but also stores and restaurants, from Midtown to the Financial District during one day last week.
Curvy Manhattan Lingerie Company Worker Says She Was Fired For Being 'Too Hot' Lauren Odes said she was "appalled" when her supervisor at Native Intimates suggested she tape down her breasts and wear some looser-fitting clothing, like her boyfriend's oversized t-shirt.