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Bistro Manager Rats on Neighbors After City Fines Him for Sidewalk Benches

Village businesses are being fined for unpermitted benches after a one-man crusade against them.

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Village Eatery to Close Amid Rent Hike and Construction Woes, Owner Says

Grano Trattoria will close at the end of April after 17 years in business.

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Artist Jenny Holzer to Design AIDS Memorial in West Village

Jenny Holzer will inscribe Walt Whitman's "Song of Myself" at the memorial near St. Vincent's Hospital.

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Chocolate War Bars British Cadbury Eggs From NYC Stores

The Hershey Co. filed an intellectual property lawsuit against an importer of British chocolates.

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Art Gallery Worker Chases Down Thief Who Stole High-End Booze, Police Say

Richard Cabral, 21, receptionist at the Salmagundi Club, helped police catch a thief, NYPD said.

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Man Arrested For Screaming In Face of Police Officer, NYPD Says

The officer was trying to break up a huge street brawl, police said.

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American Pub Aims to Make Village Locals Feel at Home

Chapter One on Greenwich Avenue aims to be an "upscale classic American pub," the owner said.

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Birth of Royal Baby Celebrated in Greenwich Village's 'Little Britain'

Greenwich Avenue got in on the royal baby fever, hanging Union Jack flag bunting.

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Sinkhole Opens Up on West 10th Street Near Bleecker Street

West 10th Street between Bleecker and West 4th streets was shut down after a sink hole opened.

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Ex-Stuyvesant Librarian Wanted to Kidnap and Kill Women and Kids, FBI Says

The FBI says Greenwich Avenue resident Robert Asch, 61, plotted to torture and kill his victims.

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Village AIDS Memorial Group Releases New Renderings During Funding Push

The 18-foot canopy on the memorial at Seventh Avenue and West 12th Street no longer features plants.

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9/11 Memorial Tiles Unveiled at Village Library

The 9/11 tiles are a testament to the goodwill felt in the Village post-9/11, elected officials said.

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9/11 Memorial Tiles to be Moved to New Storefront Museum

The Tiles for America will be moved to a permanent home on Greenwich Avenue.

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Blaustein Paint and Hardware Moving After 76 Years on Bleecker Street

The store will take over the former World of Video space on Greenwich Avenue after a rent increase.

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AIDS Memorial Park Designs for St. Vincent's Triangle Go On Display

Nearly 30 renderings envisioning the future Greenwich Village AIDS memorial will go on display Tuesday.