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The City is planning to move a low-level Criminal Court, which deals with summonses, to 40 Worth Street.
A livery cab driver stole a woman's debit card and PIN, then stole money from her account, cops said.
An employee of Lazaro SoHo was attacked while trying to fend off a shoplifter last week, police said.
The Red Hook bakery Baked is set to open on Church Street early next year.
Lyons Den Power Yoga is slated to open in November at 279 Church St.
Starting in November, Apexart will be transformed into a quirky haven for all things karaoke.
The woman, alone with the suspect in the J train car, gripped her bag and screamed until he ran off.
CB1 shot down Tribeca Kitchen's bid for a liquor license because of opposition from residents.
Jonathan Stewart pleaded guilty to raping a 21-year-old in the TriBeCa section of Hudson River Park.
Greenwich Street was crowded with families headed back to school at P.S. 234 Monday morning.
The Taymour Grahne Gallery at 157 Hudson St. is slated to open on Saturday.
Two women were harassed by a stranger on Sixth Avenue, police said.
After listening to community feedback, DOE officials said they won't move P.S. 150 to Chelsea.
The 29-year-old TriBeCa dance studio will close by Sept. 1 without the needed funds, the owner said.
Four bikes, including a Citi Bike, were swiped last week in Lower Manhattan, police said.
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