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Greenwich Village »

Keep Village Senior Center Open, Advocates Beg Cardinal Dolan

The Our Lady of Pompeii Senior Center is in danger of closing when its lease expires is June 2015.

Greenwich Village »

Village Parents Push NYU to Extend Public School's Construction Deadline

Parents want NYU to extend a year-end deadline for a new public school on Bleecker Street.

East Village »

7-Eleven's Noisy Fridge Unit Forces Family to Sleep in Living Room

Neighbors of the 7-Eleven at 170 Ave. A said the unit creates constant noise and vibrations.

Midtown East »

Tiny Park With Colorful Waterfall Opens in Midtown East

The MTA opened the new 50th Street Commons as part of the larger East Side Access project.

Times Square & Theater District »

Make Bus Crash Records Public to Keep Companies Honest, State Senator Says

Brad Hoylman wants greater transparency following a double-decker bus crash in Times Square.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

'Jersey Jitney' Buses Getting Shut Down, Ticketed by NYPD

One driver said he would continue to operate despite repeated $2,000 fines.

Greenwich Village »

DOT Rejects Plea From Parents to Expand West Village Slow Zone

The DOT will not immediately expand a slow zone to Sixth Avenue, despite requests from the community.

Chelsea »

Albany Passes 50-Year Tax Break for Penn South Complex

The law will give the co-op a tax break as long as it continues offering below-market apartments.

West Village »

Secret Deal Over Pier 40 Air Rights Struck in December

The deal between the state and the Hudson River Park Trust has angered local elected officials.

Lower East Side »

Canal Street Turned Into a Slow Zone to Increase Safety

Canal Street will see its speed limit reduced from 30 to 25 mph this summer.

Greenwich Village »

City Takes Over 75 Morton St. to Build New Middle School

The city is converting 75 Morton St. to a new middle school, which will open in 2017.

West Village »

Bill Seeks Harsher Penalties for Attacks on Auxiliary Officers

In memory of two volunteer officers killed in 2007, state Sen. Brad Hoylman wants a new law.

Union Square »

Park Advocates Urge Mayor to Block Union Square Restaurant

Park advocates are urging de Blasio to cancel a contract to build a restaurant in Union Square.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Pols Fear Moynihan Station Air Rights Sale Could Lead to Overdevelopment

The state is looking to sell off 1.5 million square feet of air rights from the station. 

Greenwich Village »

Man Attacked in Possible Anti-Gay Hate Crime Wary of Returning to Village

JP Masterson, 39, was holding hands with his partner when he was assaulted.

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