Pedestrians at Delancey Street and Clinton Street have just 22 seconds to cross 10 lanes of traffic.
The new maps would create an Asian-American majority district and add a 63rd Senate seat upstate.
Hundreds marched in memory of Army Pvt. Danny Chen, calling for answers from the military.
The St. Mark's Bookshop celebrated a rent reduction and clearance of debt on Thursday night.
Frequent helicopter flights over Governors Island disturb visitors, the park superintendent said.
Mark Ruffalo and hundreds of others rallied against hydrofracking at BMCC Wednedsay.
Sixteen families within Alfred E. Smith Houses could be without gas on Thanksgiving, prompting elected officials to act and the residents' association to raise funds for food.
State Sen. Daniel Squadron suggested that the Department of Education vacate its offices at Tweed Courthouse to make way for a school.
New York Downtown Hospital now has more ambulances on call around the clock in Lower Manhattan.
Occupy Wall Street installed three portable toilets outside 52 Broadway, the United Federation of Teachers' headquarters.
The police barricades meant to deter Occupy Wall Street protesters and that led the struggling Milk Street Cafe to fire 21 staff members were back up again Wednesday night.
The city removed the metal police barricades from Wall Street Wednesday as Deputy Mayor Howard Wolfson dined at a struggling Wall Street Cafe that said it had to lay off workers because of the lockdown.
The MTA announced a plan Monday increase the amount of weekend and weekday trains on the L line by summer 2012.
Tenants of 515 E. Fifth St. joined elected officials Tuesday to call on the city to enforce its ruling.
The MTA said the increase could come by next year after an inquiry into weekend service by State Sen. Daniel Squadron.
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