The 9/11 Memorial Plaza is currently open from 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Four new members have been appointed to Manhattan's Community Board 1.
Howard Hughes Corporation is submitting its development plans to a community task force.
Construction of the 82-story building at 30 Park Place stalled in 2008 amid the financial crisis.
Peck Slip Park is set to be finished by 2015, the Parks Department said.
Developers plan to shut down a block of Cedar Street to demolish 22 Thames St., a century-old building.
Marco Pasanella, Jason Friedman, Elizabeth Lewinsohn, Kathleen Gupta and Sarah Currie-Halpern join CB1.
The developers have agreed to build a new audio-visual center for the community as part of the deal.
Plans for the WTC arts center were approved by the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation.
Harold Reed, 75, longtime chairman of CB1's arts and entertainment task force, was cremated in Hong Kong.
Lower Manhattan businesses can apply for as much as $20,000 in the "Back to Business" program.
Fallout from the storm includes damage to local businesses and some buildings still without heat.
The City issued a permit to BPCA for Asphalt Green community center in Battery Park City.
Trinity Church has canceled its Halloween program, citing safety concerns over an OWS encampment.
State and local politicians called for a review Wednesday of building fire codes.
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