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Mother Charged With Abandoning 8-Year-Old Son on Upper East Side Street

Natasha Harrow was charged with leaving the boy on East 86th Street at night.

Stuy Town »

Parks Worker Attacks Wife, Child After She Woke Him Up to Get Off Bus: NYPD

Luis Freytes pushed his wife and punched her 11-year-old son when he tried to defend her, police said.

Kips Bay »

Man Stabbed Outside Bellevue Hospital

A 34-year-old man was stabbed twice in the abdomen and slashed in the face, the NYPD said.

Murray Hill »

Bike Lanes Rolling Into Murray Hill Waterfront

DOT plans to add new bike lanes along the FDR Drive, First Avenue and several cross streets.

Upper East Side »

Longtime UES Homeless Man Remembered by Local Business Community

Locals want to honor Richard Coleman with a donation to an organization that fights homelessness.

Upper East Side »

Adopt-a-Planter Aims to Beautify First Avenue's Drab Pedestrian Islands

The planting beds along First Avenue have become a dumping space, residents say.

Yorkville »

Man Found Stabbed to Death in Upper East Side Apartment, Police Say

Hector Rossy was stabbed to death inside his apartment, police said.

Gramercy »

Man Beaten in Possible Anti-Gay Attack in Gramercy, Police Say

Three men hurled anti-gay insults at a man they attacked in Gramercy Wednesday, police said.

Upper East Side »

Fire Breaks Out at Upper East Side Apartment Building, FDNY Says

Apartments and the ground-floor hookah bar at 1134 First Ave. sustained damages in the blaze.

East Village »

Woman Sexually Assaulted Inside Her East Village Apartment, Police Say

A man forced his way into a woman's East Seventh Street apartment early Monday, police said.

Upper East Side »

10,000-Square-Foot Kids' Basketball Facility Opens on UES

Fastbreak Sports offers kids a chance to use the same tools as professionals.

Yorkville »

City Unveils Plan for Pedestrian Safety Improvements on UES

The plan would shorten crosswalks and add pedestrian islands on First and York avenues. 

East Harlem »

East Harlem Businesses Celebrate Protected Bike Lanes With a Ride

Transportation Alternatives is hosting a ride Saturday to celebrate protected bike lanes in East Harlem.

East Village »

Pride and Joy BBQ Wins Liquor License for Lucky Cheng's Space Amid Lawsuit

Pride and Joy BBQ is opening on First Avenue in the former Lucky Cheng's space.

East Village »

Traffic Slow Zone Approved for Alphabet City

The Department of Transportation approved a slow zone to lower East Village traffic speeds by 10 mph.

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