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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.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Shuttered Affordable Grocer Should Get Port Authority Space, Pols Say

Elected officials hope the Port Authority can provide a new home for Stile's Farmers Market.

Greenwich Village »

Protect Historic LGBT Sites in Greenwich Village, Preservationists Say

The Stonewall Inn and Julius' should be recognized for their role in the LGBT movement, GVSHP said.

Greenwich Village »

Opponents of NYU Expansion Say School Should Go Back to Drawing Board

Elected officials, community advocates and actor John Leguizamo held a press conference on Friday.

Lower East Side »

SantaCon Not Welcome on Lower East Side, Posters Say

The L.E.S. Dwellers are protesting ahead of this Saturday's Santa-themed pub crawl.

East Village »

SantaCon Slated to Touch Down in East Village, Officials Say

The annual costumed bar crawl will begin in Tompkins Square Park, officials said.

East Village »

City Shuts Down Peter Cooper Park to Clear Out Rats Ahead of Renovation

The city is poisoning the rats in Peter Cooper Park before beginning construction on the park.

Chelsea »

Postal Service Abandons Plan to Sell Historic Chelsea Post Office, Pols Say

The U.S. Postal Service will not sell Old Chelsea Station, local politicians said.

Upper West Side »

Animal Advocates Push Bill to Shutter 'Puppy Mills'

The bill would make it the city's responsibility to regulate the sale of inhumanely bred dogs. 

Midtown »

Coalition of Pols, Community Leaders Call East Midtown Rezoning a 'Failure'

Lawmakers voiced their concerns over the plan just approved by the City Planning Commission.

Chelsea »

Furious Residents Demand Plan to Build Parking Lot on Playground be Dropped

The project next to Chelsea's Fulton Houses was certified earlier this week.

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