The Statue of Liberty reopened to tourists Sunday after New York agreed to pay for park administration.
Passengers suffered "cuts and bruises" at the Liberty Island dock, boat company says.
Liberty Island was closed last year after Hurricane Sandy damaged the island's facilities, officials say.
A plan to relocate screening checkpoints could make Liberty-bound ferries unsafe, the police chief said.
Security for visitors to Liberty Island, reopening July 4, will move from Battery Park to Ellis Island.
Federal officials expect to have a new security plan for Liberty and Ellis islands in about 10 days.
Both the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island will remain closed through 2012 due to damage from Sandy.
Three artists participated in the first-ever artist residency on Ellis Island this summer.
The sailboat turned over near Liberty Island just before noon.
Statue Cruises offers a special Thursday night trip to the Statue of Liberty.
Liberty Island will host its first-ever artist-residency program in July 2012.
The Katherine G. overturned near Liberty Island at 9:46 a.m., the U.S. Coast Guard said.
Fireworks illuminated the Statue of Liberty for its 125th Anniversary.
The Statue of Liberty was dedicated 125 years ago, on Oct. 28, 1886. To celebrate, 125 immigrants took their citizenship oath there on Friday before the base closes for a year of renovations.
The 24-hour webcams in the Statue of Liberty's torch will go live Oct. 28, 2011.
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