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Edward Marquette was acquitted in the Turtle Bay crane collapse, but convicted of other counts.
Sunday parties at the swanky high-rise pool have reportedly driven nearby neighbors to cry foul.
Emergency crews raced to 1177 Sixth Ave. to rescue two workers trapped on scaffolding.
A portion of the roof at a vacant building at 260 Lenox Ave. collapsed, but no injuries were reported.
Stalyn Suauzhanay was rescued after a scaffold collapse outside 41-15 45th Street in Sunnyside.
Six people were evacuated when a three-story building at 241 Carroll St. partially collapsed Monday.
A wall partially collapsed at the 222 East 62nd. St. building, injuring four.
A long-vacant lot on the corner of Smith and Douglass streets will be sold to a bank, its owner said.
No injuries were reported in the partial building collapse on Ocean Avenue in Brighton Beach.
The worker fell 10 feet from a cooling tower at Columbus Avenue and West 64th Street.
The Dunkin' Donuts at 1250 Lexington Avenue took down its signs after residents complained.
An unstable building on a tony stretch of Sixth Avenue was evacuated.
DOB launched an investigation Tuesday into the engineer who removed fire escapes at 2400 Webb Ave.
Signs and flags for a new Dunkin' Donuts on Lexington Avenue have sparked outrage on the Upper East Side.
An FDNY spokesman said firefighters responded to an explosion at West 15th Street and 10th Avenue.
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