A man swiped four pairs of pants and six shirts from the Lacoste store.
A 32-year-old woman had her Samsung Galaxy S4 swiped as she played a game riding the subway.
Some tourists love to check out criminal court on vacation — and leave a TripAdvisor review, of course.
The Jewish Community Project is offering up free ice cream and activities on Pier 25.
The observatory, more than 1,250 feet in the air, will open to the public May 29.
Six new teenagers, ages 16 and 17, are now members of Manhattan community boards.
Two men attacked and robbed a man who tried to stop them from harassing a woman, police said.
The 5-year-old Border Collie is trained to keep Canada geese off the Island — and also greet visitors.
The bulldog rescue fundraiser will take place in Peck Slip Plaza on May 16.
The expansive new Greenwich Street bar is slated to open by September.
A man trying to come to a woman's aid was pushed to the ground, then had his phone stolen, police said.
SmorgasBar returns to the South Street Seaport on May 21.
The new 35-seat restaurant will be a "neighborhood joint," chef Eduard Frauneder said.
Jurors couldn't reach a decision to convict or acquit Pedro Hernandez after three weeks of deliberation.
Jurors said they could not reach a unanimous verdict after 14 days of deliberations.
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