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Uptown Cheers Decision to Lower Height of Controversial NJ Office Tower

LG agreed to lower the height of the tower along the Palisades in order to preserve views.

Upper West Side »

911 Calls From Manhattan No Longer Bouncing to New Jersey, NYPD Says

The misdirected emergency calls have led to dangerous delays, officials said.

Midtown »

Ice Causes Massive Delays on LIRR and NJ Transit, Officials Say

LIRR trains were delayed 20 to 30 minutes and NJ Transit was delayed by up to an hour. 

Greenwich Village »

Judge Sides With NYU Law Students in First Amendment Battle With Ex-Trustee

A judge said subpoenas from Daniel Straus' company "presented significant First Amendment issues.”

West Village »

Port Authority May Cancel Late-Night PATH Trains to Save Money

Cutting overnight PATH service would be a "last resort," the Port Authority said.

Washington Heights »

Plan Would Suspend Expanded GWB Bike Lanes Over Hudson River

The New York Cycle Club said the paths need to be doubled from about 7 to 14 feet to meet demand.

Civic Center »

Mayoral Aide and Killer Beau Once Busted Driving in Car Reeking of Pot

Rachel Noerdlinger and her boyfriend were stopped as they drove the wrong way with a minor in their car.

Civic Center »

Senior De Blasio Aide Dates Convicted Killer Who Calls Police 'Pigs'

Rachel Noerdlinger, the first lady's chief of staff, lives with an ex-con who rips police on Facebook.

Greenwich Village »

Thief Steals Wallet at Nightclub, Then Stays to Buy Drinks, Police Say

Aaron Lorenzo, 25, was caught charging drinks on a woman's credit card at the Up and Down Club. 

Midtown »

Lack of Drivers Snags Lyft's NYC Launch

Lyft was unable to meet demand over the weekend, according to the company and an analysis of the app.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Pier 97 Concerts Blast Music Across Hudson, Tormenting New Jersey Neighbors

The new concert venue, which faces the Hudson, was designed to prevent sound from bothering New Yorkers.

Bed-Stuy »

Ride-Sharing App Lyft Ready to Give Uber a Run for Its Money

Lyft, a ride-sharing app, is trying to drum up community support to expand into New York.

Williamsbridge »

Patrons Sickened by Hepatitis A Sue Bronx Restaurant

New Hawaii Sea Restaurant in Williamsbridge experienced an outbreak of hepatitis A last fall.

Washington Heights »

George Washington Bridge Reopens After Fatal Tractor Trailer Crash

A truck driver was killed when two tractor trailers collided on the span, officials said.

Washington Heights »

Wild Three-State Chase Ends in Washington Heights

A man is accused of abducting two women, stealing a car and setting a car dealership on fire.