The teens were arrested early Sunday after vandalizing almost 20 cars, police said.
Two 15-year-old girls threatened to stab people in Fort Tryon Park if they didn't hand over valuables.
The playground with fountains will be open this summer, after it was previously slated to be closed.
Parking won't be allowed on Cabrini from Fort Washington Avenue to 190th Street all day on Sunday.
A wall collapse on Pinehurst Avenue left three families barred from their homes.
The board voted nearly unanimously in favor of a slow zone, which would be northern Manhattan's second.
The department presented designs for several new lanes to Community Board 12 earlier this month.
Washington Heights will be the backdrop for a scene in "A Walk Among the Tombstones."
The 87-year-old victim died in the pre-dawn fire at 900 W. 190th St. in Hudson Heights.
Parking will not be allowed on certain streets due to a triathlon passing through on Saturday.
Police are on the hunt for a repeat burglar who uses Vaseline to avoid getting caught by neighbors.
Residents of Hudson Heights were saddened to learn that Ahn's Vegetable & Fruit Store closed Monday.
The 2011 Washington Heights Pinball Open will be held at Le Cheile restaurant and art space Dec. 3 and 4.
While fielding calls on his weekly radio address Friday about street conditions in Washington Heights, Mayor Michael Bloomberg reminisced that his first New York trip was to the Northern Manhattan neighborhood.
Elected officials and city agencies promised new lighting for dark areas of Hudson Heights that are prone to crime.
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