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.
State Sen. Daniel Squadron called on the city to address Chinatown's "ponding" problem.
The city's libraries are offering kids a chance to eliminate their overdue fines.
A 'Survivor Tree' was planted in Battery Park Monday to represent the rebirth of lower Manhattan on the 10th anniversary of the September 11th attacks.
Pols called for better safety on Delancey Street a week after a man was killed while cycling on the high-traffic block.
Residents chatted with police officers and enjoyed free food, music and games.
Elected officials will discuss a range of issues LGBT couples still face in aftermath of the legalization of gay marriage in New York.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg officially opened the first section of the $165 million waterfront park.
Sen. Daniel Squadron asked the MTA to review both subway lines with increased riders on weekends.
Hundreds of city buildings are not subject to city fire safety codes because they are owned by the state or federal government.
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