A man's body was found off Pier 51 in the Meatpacking District, police said.
A sinkhole at Fifth Avenue and 12th Street trapped a truck going to the "Blue Bloods" set.
The driver was arrested outside the Police Athletic League building and charged with assault.
WestView News publisher George Capsis admitted smacking state Sen. Brad Hoylman and a Quinn volunteer.
Greenwich Avenue got in on the royal baby fever, hanging Union Jack flag bunting.
Police warned of a fedora-wearing pickpocket who allegedly snatched wallets at Downtown restaurants.
Work to replace pipes from the 1870s is cutting into foot traffic at West Village businesses.
Nederlander reportedly tried to break down the door of his on-again, off-again girlfriend's apartment.
A vote on plans for the Reiss Building on W. 12th Street is the last step before construction can start.
The City Council voted nearly unanimously in support of major changes in Greenwich Village.
Two Occupy Wall Street protesters have filed a lawsuit against Deputy Inspector Anthony Bologna.
Rudin Management's CEO said the development would boost health care and the economy in the Village.
The exhibit by the New School and Housing Works looks at how lives have been changed by AIDS.
Naomi Klein and Michael Moore will participate in a talk called "Occupy Everywhere: On the New Politics and Possibilities of the Movement Against Corporate Power" on Thursday.
Rudin said Monday on Bloomberg TV that he anticipates strong buyer interest in the homes, which range in price from $1.4 to $12.9 million.
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