The South Street Seaport opted for a fake Christmas tree this year, after the real one blew over in 2010.
SantaCon participants have gotten out of control, drinking and urinating in public, residents said.
The Seaport Museum hopes to restore the 1908 lightship Ambrose through funds it has requested form the city.
Electronics giant J&R is no longer seeking to rename Park Row as "J&R Row."
The $200 million project will start this month and will rip up streets along Peck Slip, worrying locals and businesses.
Residents are expected to protest at Pier A in Battery Park on Saturday afternoon.
Residents say they are losing sleep because of the jackhammering during Brooklyn Bridge rehabilitation work.
The NYPD will temporarily replace the Varick Street stable with a World Trade Center command post.
A proposed upscale Pier 17 beer garden will not open at the beginning of May as planned.
The renovated Pier A could reopen to the public as soon as the summer of 2012.
Saturday's rally was originally a protest against a proposal to cut the annual San Gennaro festival short.
The Indian Point nuclear power plant is just 35 miles north of Manhattan and poses a risk to the city, residents say.
Italian-Americans are criticizing the Battery Park City Authority's decision to put a restaurant on Pier A.
Anne Compoccia chaired Community Board 1 for 12 years and was known for speaking her mind.
PubOneBurger could open as soon as July and will feature fancy burgers.
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