Train service was suspended and passengers were ordered to leave a New York subway station late Wednesday evening. Smoke billowed out of both entrances to the 137 Street-City College Station in Harlem and Hamilton Heights. A fire started between 11:10 and 11:15 p.m. according to Eduardo Sanchez, a MTA cleaner working the night shift at […]
Commuters hunker down after a winter storm halted trains Friday evening
Loved ones and survivors gathered to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the bombing, which killed six people and an unborn child
P.S. 50 Vito Marcantonio is proposed to close by the end of June due to poor test scores and declining enrollment. Students, teachers and parents will not leave without a fight.
A former first grade teacher is using barbershops to close the achievement gap affecting young black boys.
The manager of the building at 140 Broadway wants to redesign the “Red Cuba” plaza in front—and leave no room for all the vendors who sell their food there
Governor Cuomo’s idea for reducing Midtown traffic and raising funds to fix the subways is gaining some traction, but not with the car-service industry that would help pay for it
A proposal by Columbia University Medical Center and NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital to convert a street on their campus into a pedestrian plaza has yet to win approval from the local community board. The public plaza would close off Haven Avenue to non-emergency traffic between 168th and 169th streets and would feature plantings, grassy areas and tables. […]
Hundreds march down Madison Avenue for the 32nd Annual Muslim Day Parade.
As murder rates have dropped around the city, domestic violence homicide rates have not seen the same decline.
Amanda Morales has been living in Holyrood Episcopal Church’s library since mid-August.
Emotions ran high Thursday night at a public hearing about proposed rezoning plans for Inwood, with elected officials and activists accusing each other of shutting down conversation and exploiting racial dynamics to push their agenda. The meeting was a chance for residents to respond to a draft rezoning document released last month by Mayor Bill […]
De Blasio to spend $100 million to complete the Manhattan Waterfront Greenway on the Upper East Side
The arrival of a tech hub on 14th Street has neighbors worried about the character of their community
Thousands of New Yorkers took to the streets in the city on Earth Day; similar marches took place across the country.