Plans for the WTC arts center were approved by the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation.
The 194-year-old building that suffered a partial collapse Wednesday has long sat in disrepair.
Harold Reed, 75, longtime chairman of CB1's arts and entertainment task force, was cremated in Hong Kong.
Pier 17 businesses are scheduled for a June 30 eviction to make way for a massive redevelopment overhaul.
Developers provided no trash storage space in new condos, leaving residents to get tickets, they say.
Former Community Board 1 Chairwoman Julie Menin officially launched her campaign.
Moore Street residents say two longtime record shops are breaking the law with outdoor speakers.
The board opposes the proposed 9-by-90-foot "Seaport" sign, despite the LPC's unanimous approval.
The Asphalt Green community center in Battery Park City will open soon.
The City issued a permit to BPCA for Asphalt Green community center in Battery Park City.
Community Board 1's Landmarks Committee blasted the sign as out of charcter for the Seaport.
Sorel Deps-Medina, 70, was killed when a NYSE security pickup jumped the curb on Broad Street.
Discarded bottles and fast-food wrappers have been piling up in the middle of the West Side Highway.
Local officials filed court documents in support of Independence Plaza North tenants.
Police arrested the driver and charged him with reckless endangerment and driving while impaired.
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