The indicted assemblyman announced an April meeting and still has the support of many in his community.
A class of 108 pre-K seats is opening at 2 Washington St., which houses the treatment center Exponents.
Two teens were arrested for punching a man and stealing his bike last week, police said.
Parents and students at the Spruce Street School joined hands to protest Cuomo's controversial reforms.
A recently fired-worker at Downtown bar Stout NYC said he would "kill everyone,'' police said.
A Downtown outpost of the popular market and cafe is slated to open inside the transportation hub.
The movie, also starring Julia Roberts, will shoot in the Financial District starting April 8.
A farm of shade-loving plants, like blueberries, ramps and blue oyster mushrooms, will grow in the park.
Wedding website The Knot is trying to host the world's biggest Champagne toast on Thursday.
Sidewalks along Trinity Place were shut down for several hours after ice fell from 4 World Trade Center.
A 21-year-old woman was punched after she refused to give up her handbag, police said.
The shoplifter threatened to cut store employees if they didn't let him leave, police said.
Residential and hotel tower 30 Park Place, which stands 926 feet tall, is slated to open in 2016.
Residents fear they've lost an advocate for "getting things done" after Silver was charged with fraud.
Police are looking for a thief who smashed his way into two Downtown eateries.
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