The 19-year-old victim was approached near Bennett Avenue and West 181st Street, police said.
Twenty-four Domino's employees walked off the job in protest, days after marching in a Dec. 5 rally.
The neighborhood will be the second in northern Manhattan to receive a 20 MPH speed limit designation.
"Stepping Out," which depicts scenes of human life, is on display on Fort Washington Avenue.
Alternate side enforcement is set to go back in effect June 24.
Washington Heights will be the backdrop for a scene in "A Walk Among the Tombstones."
Cars parked north of West 181st Street won't have to be moved until further notice.
Parking rules will be shelved while DOT installs new street cleaning signs below West 181st Street.
The uptown science workshops allow children to experiment with magnets, electric circuits and animals.
A broken fire hydrant flooded Hudson Heights and shut off water to hundreds Wednesday.
Residents said a proposed bar is too big as a CB12 committee votes to recommend liquor license.
Illegal street vendors in upper Manhattan are being warned that their days are numbered.
Fort Wasington Florist has been serving up flowers in Washington Heights for nearly a century.
While fielding calls on his weekly radio address Friday about street conditions in Washington Heights, Mayor Michael Bloomberg reminisced that his first New York trip was to the Northern Manhattan neighborhood.
Fifty additional officers will begin patroling the area between West 181st and 193rd streets, from St. Nicholas to Amsterdam avenues.
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