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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.

Astoria »

6 Things To Do in New York City This Weekend

The weekend's most exciting events are here for you in one handy guide.

Tottenville »

Staten Island Man Pleads Guilty to Defrauding NJ Sandy Victims of $31K

Frank Lewery, 52, pleaded guilty to stealing deposits for repairs from homeowners in New Jersey.

West Village »

Chumley's Operator Defends Historic Bar's Return to Village

Bedford Street residents are suing to keep the historic speakeasy closed for good.

Fordham »

Mugger Returns After Gunpoint Robbery and Demands More Cash, Police Say

A thief returned a day after a mugging and forced the victim to withdraw cash in New Jersey, police said.

Midtown »

NJ Transit, Metro-North Join LIRR in Banning Booze for SantaCon

The rail agencies won't let straphangers bring alcohol onto its trains Saturday afternoon through Sunday.

Midtown »

Heavy Delays in Outbound Lanes of Lincoln Tunnel After Accident

A multi-vehicle accident briefly closed the outbound lane duirng Friday evening rush hour.

St. George »

Colonic Company Owner Swindled City Out of $63K in Welfare Benefits: DA

Inna Kulik, 43, allegedly did not report her income to collect welfare from the city.

Midtown »

Amtrak Resumes Limited Service to and from Philadelphia After Fatality

A man struck and killed on the tracks in South Jersey causes delays to and from Philadelphia.

Sunset Park »

Animal Rights Activist Saves Wrong Sheep from Slaughterhouse

Mike Stura wanted to save the lamb that ran away Tuesday from the Al Noor Meat Market in Sunset Park.

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