James Dixon, 24, was charged Tuesday with manslaughter and assault in Nettles' brutal beating death.
Local elected officials urged Mayor Bill De Blasio to make Lunar New Year a school holiday.
Residents reacted positively to news that the city would expand ferry service to Grand Street.
Residents fear they've lost an advocate for "getting things done" after Silver was charged with fraud.
The LES Dwellers has asked local bar owners and elected officials to take a stand against SantaCon.
A dozen politicians urged the Economic Development Corporation to add two more ferry stops.
The Our Lady of Pompeii Senior Center is in danger of closing when its lease expires is June 2015.
Parents want NYU to extend a year-end deadline for a new public school on Bleecker Street.
Tenants in the Lower East Side affordable housing complex are fighting a proposed rent increase.
Riders have wanted the free transfer for years, and now's the time to make it permanent, officials said.
The city will reduce the speed limit to 25 mph on Houston Street and the Bowery starting in November.
Long-distance bus companies risk fines as high as $2,500 for breaking rules established a year ago.
Brooklyn and Queens riders can expect more trains.
The deal between the state and the Hudson River Park Trust has angered local elected officials.
The Brooklyn senator used lyrics from Pink Floyd and Billy Joel to argue for a cap to resale prices.
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