Lower Manhattan Group Raising Big Bucks To Try To Keep Homeless Out Of Their NeighborhoodHomeless men getting kicked out of an Upper West Side hotel are already getting the no-welcome sign from a Lower Manhattan group raising $1 million to keep them out of their neighborhood.
2 Workers Rescued Following Scaffold Collapse In Lower ManhattanIt took place shortly after 9 a.m. at 250 Vesey Street, near the World Trade Center.
Correction Officer, Firefighter Taken To Hospital After Fire At Manhattan Detention ComplexOfficials say the fire started on the ninth floor of the building around 8:30 p.m. Friday.
Tunnel To Towers Foundation To Hold Its Own 9/11 Ceremony With Live Name ReadingThe museum said it is concerned about families gathering near the official stage they usually set up.
Bennie's Thai Cafe Closes After 24 Years Due To Financial Struggles Amid COVID-19 PandemicSunday night, 24 years to the day when Bennie served her first customer at the restaurant, she served her last.
Man Accused Of Pointing Laser At NYPD Helicopter In Lower ManhattanPolice said the man was seen on video standing behind a tree and pointing a laser at the chopper.
The Dig Callback: Community Despite Distance At SoHo Pharmacy Thompson ChemistsIn the face of social distancing, an unconventional health store keeps its musical tradition alive.
4th Water Main Break In 4 Weeks Floods More Than A Dozen Vehicles In Lower ManhattanCleanup is now underway, but some roads are still closed for the morning commute.
Caught On Camera: Thieves Smash Window, Steal $40,000 Worth Of Coats From StoreIt happened late Thursday night at the Mackage Clothing Boutique on Mercer Street.
At Least 1 Injured In Fire At Chinatown BuildingThe building is home to a senior center, a dance center and an immigrant services organization.
Off-Duty NYPD Officer Hit With Bike Chain In Unprovoked Attack At Subway StationPolice said a man on the platform threw a metal bike chain at the 37-year-old female officer while she was on board a northbound 2 train.
Business Owners To NYC: Changes To 14th Street Vehicle Traffic Are Killing UsThe city may be praising faster commute times on it's first major busway along 14th Street, but many small businesses there are complaining about the changes. They say it's killing their sales.
Police: Man Wanted For Robbing Women At Lower Manhattan Subway StationPolice said it marked the second time in a little over a month the man captured on video robbed a young woman at different entryways of the same station.
NYPD Asking For Public's Help As It Investigates Lower Manhattan Robbery PatternPolice are looking for the man behind a string of thefts in Greenwich Village in November.
De Blasio Announces New Measures After 4 Homeless Men Beaten To DeathStarting Monday, mental health outreach teams will be sent to Chinatown to conduct psychiatric and substance abuse evaluations.