So far more than 4,500 people have registered for a stake in the $2.8 billion Victim Compensation Fund.
The sculpture damaged in 9/11 will go into storage at JFK Airport, officials said.
Four of Downtown's five zoned elementary schools have kindergarten waitlists, school staff said.
Michael White, known for haute Italian cuisine, will serve up American food in TriBeCa.
Taxi drivers and residents spoke at a hearing about the proposal.
After a crane dropped steel beams at the WTC in Feb., the city ordered contractors to lighten their load.
The NYPD's security plan for the World Trade Center would barricade off neighboring blocks to traffic.
New designs show plans for a new all-glass building on Pier 17.
Dozens of angry John Street residents attended a community meeting about the noise March 6, 2012.
Steel beams fell 40 stories from 4 World Trade Center in the Feb. 16, 2012 accident.
Residents are concerned about the noise and inconveniences the NYC Half-Marathon will bring.
The city turned on the new stoplight at Greenwich and Duane streets Feb. 21, 2012.
Great Oaks Charter School hopes to open a middle and high school on Governors Island.
The new Maslow 6 Wine Bar will open late this spring at 211 West Broadway in TriBeCa.
The DOT is studying whether to add traffic lights to Battery Park City's North End and South End avenues.
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