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Community Board 2 rejected the drag bar's application for a new liquor license in the Village. 

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The trucker was transporting the boy when he was found in the West Village, the complaint said.

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The women struck at Henrietta Hudson and in the Christopher Street PATH train station, cops said.

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The long-awaited deal will create additional school seats for West Village and Greenwich Village kids.

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A West Village banker-turned-baker sells sweets called "Ginger Grants" and "Sinners & Saints."

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The owner of the Henrietta Hudson bar said the Pride March never ceases to move her.

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Musician Randy Sharp said the previously anonymous song was made in tribute to Village history.

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A ballad about a Village street asks listeners to identify figures like "John with the samurai sword."

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Some neighbors of the ex-speakeasy are asking for earlier closing hours to keep Bedford Street quiet.

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The School Construction Authority wants to create middle school seats at 75 Morton St.

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The eatery, accessible through an unmarked door, is fighting for the right to serve booze.

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Parents at P.S. 3 and P.S. 41 said limiting class sizes are a top concern.

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Village resident and Naples native Raffaele Ronca opened the restaurant Friday on Seventh Avenue South.

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Three thieves filmed the Saturday morning deli robbery, during which they stole an employee's cellphone.

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After 14 years at 27 1/2 Morton St. and more than 30 years in the West Village, Hercules Fancy Grocery will close by the end of the month, its owner said Wednesday.