The Gate, a dog-friendly bar, says the city's ruling that it's a food establishment is bogus.
Trucks that heat and store tar used by Triangle G.C. Inc have been spreading the foul smell.
A three-and-a-half-foot wide pothole on W. 52nd Street and Seventh Avenue is still waiting to be filled.
The Taxi and Limousine Commission received more than 54,000 reports of missing property since Jan. 2013.
Deputy Inspector John Hart took over command of the Midtown North precinct this month.
Residents are wondering if the tree trash will ever be picked up.
Despite it being against the law, some New Yorkers can't help keeping illegal animals, they said.
Candice A. Salvatore, 27, called 911 to report an abandoned baby, but failed to mention it was a dog.
The expected mayoral candidate wants to swap pricey textbooks for tablets.
Sunday parties at the swanky high-rise pool have reportedly driven nearby neighbors to cry foul.
A group of neighbors worked together to rescue a kitten that was stuck in a tree for several days.
Animal Care and Control launched a help line for pet owners and to answer animal-related questions.
The hotel on Lexington Avenue hosts live music events that neighbors say have gotten way too loud.
The 311 hotline didn't get maps with the DOE's newly created school on the Upper East Side.
In a court hearing, a city attorney claimed the TLC has no obligation to make cabs accessible for all.
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