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Mugger Tries to Rape Elderly Woman in Her Downtown Home, NYPD Says

A man robbed an 81-year-old woman and tried to rape her in a stairwell, NYPD said.

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Violent Muggers Strike Downtown Twice in 20 Minutes

Three robbers pulled a knife on a man, then later bashed a woman's head into the ground, police said.

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Teen Arrested in Sex Assault Near City Hall

Brooklyn resident Amauri Azcona, 17, allegedly choked and tried to rape a woman near City Hall.

Civic Center »

Woman Sexually Assaulted Near City Hall, Police Say

A 28-year-old woman was attacked Sunday morning near City Hall, police said.

South Street Seaport »

Spruce Street School to Host Fundraiser for Struggling Seaport Businesses

Food trucks and bands are coming to the Seaport on April 18 to raise money for struggling shop owners.

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New Traffic Light Coming to Beekman Street After UPS Worker Killed by SUV

The crossing, which is near the Spruce Street School, has long been a cause of concern among parents.

South Street Seaport »

Popular Seaport Dog Groomer The Salty Paw Reopens in New Space After Sandy

The dog boutique is operating from the Seaport Animal Hospital after getting flooded during Sandy.

Civic Center »

New School Crossing Sign Coming to Dangerous Beekman Street Within Days

The city plans to install a new crossing sign on Beekman Street between William and Gold streets.

Financial District »

Parents Demand Changes After Crash Kills Man by Spruce Street School

Parents at the Spruce Street School want the city to install new signs and speed bumps.

Downtown »

Downtown Community Mourns UPS Worker Killed by SUV on Beekman Street

Michael Rogalle, 58, died after being hit by an SUV on Beekman Street April 17, 2012.

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UPS Worker Critically Injured by SUV on Beekman Street

A UPS Worker was in critical condition after being hit by an SUV on Beekman Street Tuesday.

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Businesses Brace for 4 Year Peck Slip Water Main Project

The $200 million project will start this month and will rip up streets along Peck Slip, worrying locals and businesses.

Downtown »

J&R Wants Part of Park Row Named After Itself

The Lower Manhattan electronics store is reportedly trying to boost sales by co-naming part of Park Row.

Downtown »

Watch Repairman Still Ticking After More Than 60 Years Downtown

Al Maddox, 85, opened his first watch repair shop on Nassau Street in 1949.

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Famed Carmine’s Restaurant Could Reopen in the Seaport

The 107-year-old restaurant's owners are looking at a new location on Peck Slip.

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