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Service Changes Planned For 12 Subway Lines This Weekend

The 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, A, E, F, G, N, Q and R lines are slated to undergo construction this weekend.

Financial District »

Man Punched for Wallet Chases Down Thief in Subway, Police Say

A 36-year-old man who was attacked for his wallet and backpack caught the robber, police said.

Union Square »

Greenmarkets Keep the Farm at Your Table Through Winter

Check out which greenmarkets are still open, offering locally grown food and a range of produce.

Financial District »

New Head of Downtown NYPD Transit District to Tackle Smartphone Theft

Capt. Anthony Carter was tapped to head the district, which runs from Bowling Green to 34th Street.

Financial District »

Service Changes Expected to Disrupt 11 Subway Lines this Weekend

Construction and maintenance work will affect the 1, 5, 6, A, C, F, G, L, N, Q and R lines.

Financial District »

Disgruntled Commuters Ask MTA to Spend Surplus Improving Service

Disgruntled commuters want to MTA to use their $40 million surplus to improve services.

New York City »

Cuomo Slams ConEd, LIPA as Utilities Fear Nor'Easter Challenges

Governor Andrew Cuomo slammed the city's electricity suppliers for their "lack of performance."

New York City »

Court Puts Brakes On Massive 'Broadway Bomb' Skateboard Race

The city worried the race would snarl traffic and endanger pedestrians.

Financial District »

Expanded WiFi Service Brings Faster Web Surfing to Lower Manhattan

The Downtown Alliance has partnered with law firm WilmerHale to expand WiFi coverage Downtown.

Greenwich Village »

Occupy Wall Street Meets at Washington Square Park to Reboot Efforts

Protesters gathered in Greenwich Village on Saturday to reexamine the movement's message and goals.

Financial District »

Bowling Green Station Boasts New Photo Exhibit with Lens On Lower Manhattan

The work of Jay Fine is now on display at the Bowling Green 4/5 station. 

Financial District »

Police Officer Posted at Wall Street Bull Doubles as Tourist Photographer

An NYPD officer posted near the Wall Street Bull snapped an endless stream of tourist pictures.

Financial District »

Barricades Around Wall Street Bull Endanger Pedestrians, Residents Say

The barricades around the "Charging Bull" sculpture have been up for nearly nine months.

Financial District »

Wider Sidewalks Will Keep Pedestrians Safe at Wall Street Bull, City Says

The city plans to add new pedestrian plazas to Whitehall and State streets.

Crown Heights & Prospect Heights »

Service on 2, 3, 4, 5 Trains Delayed Due to President Street Investigation

Train service on the 2, 3, 4 and 5 subway lines was briefly snarled Tuesday night.