Geyser Of Water Shoots 20 Feet Into Air After Contractor Damaged Upper East Side Water MainIt sent a geyser of water shooting 20 feet into the air on the Upper East Side.
Repairs Expected To Last Days After Sinkhole Opens Up On Upper East SideIt was reported around 8:30 a.m. on East 89th Street between York and East End avenues.
Taxi Crashes Into Upper East Side Restaurant, 1 Employee InjuredPolice say the taxi was involved in a three-car collision Friday evening. It jumped the curb, went through a glass bus stop and into the restaurant.
2 People, Including Teenager, Injured In Upper East Side Hit-And-RunIt happened just before 10 p.m. Wednesday on Park Avenue near 57th Street.
Brigitte Gerney, New York Woman Who Was Trapped Under Construction Crane For 6 Hours, Dies At Age 85The then-49-year-old mother of two was walking home from a dentist appointment on the Upper East Side in 1985 when a construction crane collapsed on top of her, crushing her legs.
Pepper Persley, 10-Year-Old Podcaster From New York, Broadcasts NBA Playoff Game On TVIt takes most sports broadcasters years to rise through the ranks to become a game analyst at a network. But not 10-year-old Pepper Persley.
Police Searching For Suspect Following Fatal Shooting On Upper East SideMayor Bill de Blasio insists police and prosecutors have a handle on the city's gun violence, but critics on both sides of the political spectrum say clearly it's not enough.
1 Dead, 1 Critical In Upper East Side Apartment Building FireWitness video shows flames shooting out of windows of the apartment building at the corner of 82nd Street and Second Avenue at around 8:30 a.m.
The Show Must Go On: York Theatre Putting On Online Performance To Help Rebuild After Devastating Water Main BreakA big campaign is helping to get an off-Broadway theater back above water after a city water main nearly sunk it four months ago.
Police Trying To Identify Man Accused Of Making Anti-Asian Statements Toward Woman At Upper East Side Subway StationHe allegedly aggressively pointed his finger in the woman's face and made several derogatory anti-Asian statements before getting off the subway.
Fr. Daniel Lahart Ousted From Regis High School Following Sexual Misconduct InvestigationThe school said the allegations did not involve students past or present.
NYPD Seeks Suspects Targeting E-Bike RidersInvestigators say the suspects stop the cyclists, threaten them with a knife or gun and then steal the e-bikes.
Women's History Month: New York City Teens Among First Young Women To Earn Eagle Scout RankTwo New York City teens are part of the first class of young women who earned the rank of Eagle Scout.
NYPD: Man Seen Drawing Swastika In Snow Outside Manhattan Temple ArrestedThe suspect was caught on camera around 8:15 a.m. on Feb. 2 in front of Temple Emanu-El on the Upper East Side.
New York Blood Center Looks To Expand With Eye On Future; Neighbors Say Not So FastThe Blood Center wants to turn a three-story white building constructed back in 1930 into a 16-story state-of-the-art life science campus.