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Upper East Side Woman Dies After Being Hit by Van Friday

Gloria Ramiro passed away Monday after getting struck while crossing Third Avenue. 

Gramercy »

Police Looking for Man in Manhattan Armed Robbery Spree

A gun-wielding man robbed four businesses last month, police said. 

Jackson Heights »

Nearly a Dozen Western Queens Schools Lack Crossing Guards

Schools are without guards or have unfulfilled requests for second guards.

Jackson Heights »

Perfume Shop Owner Hopes Sweet Smell of Success Wafts to Jackson Heights

The owner traveled around the world before settling in as a perfume salesman in the 1990s.

Midtown »

Thanksgiving Day Parade: Which Streets Will Close and When

The parade will lead to street closures Wednesday and Thursday.

Upper West Side »

A, B, C and D Train Delays Expected After Power Outage, MTA Says

A power outage at 81st Street disrupted A, B, C, D, E and M train service citywide, the MTA said.

Upper West Side »

Gourmet Rice Krispies Treats Coming to Upper West Side

Treat House is set to open on Amsterdam Avenue in August.

Jackson Heights »

Man Struck by Vehicle in Jackson Heights

A man suffered apparent head injuries after being hit at 81st Street and 35th Avenue, FDNY said.

Upper West Side »

Mexican Restaurant Strives for Homey Atmosphere on UWS

The small Cocina Economica Mexico offers fresh mezcal cocktails and rich casseroles. 

Upper West Side »

C Service Suspended After A Train Derails

An A train derailed on the Upper West Side Saturday morning.

Midtown & Theater District »

Thanksgiving Parade and Prep to Close Streets Across City

Check out the parade route and expected street closures for Wednesday and Thursday.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

African-American Community Thrived Where Central Park Stands

An archaeological dig in Central Park has shed new light on Seneca Village, founded by free African-Americans in the 1800s.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Business Owner Fined For Parking Legally

A Columbus Avenue business owner says he's been given five tickets for parking in a legal spot.

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