City Council Speaker Christine Quinn announced a new push for technology and healthcare jobs to quell frustrations fueling Occupy Wall Street.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Friday that Occupy Wall Street protesters are damaging the city's economy.
Calls by local leaders to ban non-essential helicopter flights out of Manhattan are being met with resistance by those in the industry, who insist flying is safe.
While some residents and shop owners were annoyed by street closures and detours from the 9/11 Anniversary, most took it in stride.
As many stores closed during Hurricane Irene, those who stayed opened over the weekend reported high sales and even recruited a few new regulars.
Downtown businesses can compete for grants of up to $650,000 over the next three years.
Local businesses in Chelsea and across Manhattan are gearing up for extra business from same-sex marriages.
Sonny's Grocery and others 500 W. 52nd St. businesses must leave to make room for a supportive housing complex.
Avalon Bay, which manages the large residential complex on E. 1st St., is hoping to land a trio of new tenants.
Harlem Textile Works looks to spark creativity and business smarts among local school kids.
William Kelley, formerly of the Union Square Partnership, is taking over as director of the Village Alliance BID.
Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney and others gave the MTA project surprisingly high marks overall given prior criticism.
East Village community board examines cause of empty storefronts on a block-long stretch of Avenue A.
A new Starbucks is expected to open at the corner of Lexington Avenue and E. 96th Street in September.
The homeless repairman has developed a loyal clientele in the neighborhood, fixing bikes on the spot for local riders.
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