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Man Sues City After Falling On 'Dangerously' Smooth City Hall Park Plaque

A Queens man broke his ankle after slipping on a smooth part of the plaque, a lawsuit claims.

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Artists Examine Digital Landscape With Quirky Sculptures in City Hall Park

The exhibit, Image Objects, will be on display through Nov. 20.

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Mystery Artifact Unearthed at City Hall Is 19th-Century Feminine Device

An early incarnation of the feminine hygiene device was discovered during excavations.

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Thief Snatches Woman's Wallet as She Exits Train Near City Hall: NYPD

Police were looking for a man who stole a woman's wallet Wednesday morning near the Brooklyn Bridge.

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Bones From Historic Downtown Burial Grounds Reinterred in City Hall Park

Fragments of 18th-century bones found during excavations around City Hall were recently reburied.

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Playful Sculptures on Display in City Hall Park

The "Lightness of Being" art exhibit runs through Dec. 13.

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Quirky Sculptures Coming to City Hall Park This Summer

Twelve whimsical sculptures will be on display in City Hall Park from July 25 to Dec. 13.

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'Law & Order: SVU' Filming Brings Sniper and Simulated Gunfire Downtown

An episode of "Law & Order: SVU" involving a sniper and simulated gunfire is set to film near City Hall.

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City's First Food Truck Powered by Natural Gas Slings 'Green' Pizza

The Neapolitan Express is the city's first food truck fully powered by natural gas.

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Hundreds Gather at City Hall Park in Support of School Bus Drivers' Union

Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in City Hall Park on Saturday to show support for bus drivers.

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Queens Boulevard Statue Finds New Home in Green-Wood Cemetery

The controversial monument was placed in Green-Wood Cemetery on Monday.

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Car Bursts Into Flames Near City Hall Park

A car caught fire on Broadway, but no one was injured in the blaze, according to the FDNY.

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Expanded WiFi Service Brings Faster Web Surfing to Lower Manhattan

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

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Alleged City Hall Hammer Attacker Claims Victims Called Him 'Nazi'

A man charged with beating a stranger with a hammer lied about his identity, prosecutors said.

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Alleged City Hall Hammer Attacker Stole Canadian Chess Master's Identity

Alleged City Hall Park hammer attacker John Yoos may have given authorities a fake identity.