Village businesses are being fined for unpermitted benches after a one-man crusade against them.
Grano Trattoria will close at the end of April after 17 years in business.
Jenny Holzer will inscribe Walt Whitman's "Song of Myself" at the memorial near St. Vincent's Hospital.
The Hershey Co. filed an intellectual property lawsuit against an importer of British chocolates.
Richard Cabral, 21, receptionist at the Salmagundi Club, helped police catch a thief, NYPD said.
The officer was trying to break up a huge street brawl, police said.
Chapter One on Greenwich Avenue aims to be an "upscale classic American pub," the owner said.
Greenwich Avenue got in on the royal baby fever, hanging Union Jack flag bunting.
West 10th Street between Bleecker and West 4th streets was shut down after a sink hole opened.
The FBI says Greenwich Avenue resident Robert Asch, 61, plotted to torture and kill his victims.
The 18-foot canopy on the memorial at Seventh Avenue and West 12th Street no longer features plants.
The 9/11 tiles are a testament to the goodwill felt in the Village post-9/11, elected officials said.
The Tiles for America will be moved to a permanent home on Greenwich Avenue.
The store will take over the former World of Video space on Greenwich Avenue after a rent increase.
Nearly 30 renderings envisioning the future Greenwich Village AIDS memorial will go on display Tuesday.
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