The Knicks beat the Yankees, Williamsburg has $640-a-month studios and a woman stole a $25,000 Rolex.
Only one collision occurred between a car and a pedestrian, records show.
The MTA is hoping to decrease delays along the West 86th Street route with faster service.
An adopted Labrador went missing after being struck on Franklin Avenue last fall.
Helen Rosenthal and Mark Levine proposed legislation that would ban cars in certain parts of the park.
Riposo 72, which locals blasted for hosting online daters, had its sidewalk liquor license approved.
State investigators opened a criminal investigation into the bear cub's presence in the park.
New Yorkers sounded off about why they love autumn in the Big Apple.
The animal was discovered under brush near West 69th Street about 10 a.m. Monday, officials said.
UWS residents said Riposo 72's bid to serve booze outdoors would expose kids to "Internet people."
Jill Anne Tarlov, 59, was hit by a cyclist last week and died Sunday from her injuries, police said.
A 58-year-old woman is in critical condition after a cyclist hit her Thursday afternoon in the park.
More than 100,000 people are expected to march for action on climate change on Sunday.
The Parks Department needs a new metal worker after Larry Hagberg retired this year.
Physicist Matthew Williamson was approved for a permit to study radiation in Central Park in June.
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