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Greenwich Village »

'Man in the Water' Turns Out to Be NY Waterway Rescue Drill Dummy

'The dummy is in good condition,' a spokesman said after FDNY raced to the Hudson for a distress call.

Inwood »

Woman's Body Pulled From Water Near Spuyten Duyvil, FDNY Says

Fire officials pulled a woman's body out of the water on Monday morning.

Washington Heights »

Woman's Body Pulled From Hudson River, Cops Say

The woman was found near West 165th Street on Tuesday morning.

Riverdale »

Bronx Festival Celebrates the Hudson River

The Riverdale RiverFest celebrates and promotes the Hudson.

Upper West Side »

Riverside Park South's Sculpture Garden Brings Students' Visions to Life

Seven avant-garde sculptures by local students will debut in Riverside Park South. 

TriBeCa »

Seven Rescued After Rowboat Capsizes in Hudson River

A rowboat capsized off Pier 25 in the Hudson River, leaving seven people in the water on Tuesday evening.

Washington Heights »

Emergency Crews Rush to George Washington Bridge for Possible Jumper

NYPD Harbor units were searching the river after receiving reports that someone jumped off the span.

New York City »

Space Shuttle Enterprise Wows New York in Flyover

The NASA Enterprise shuttle, attached to a jet, flew over the city Friday morning.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Unruly Pier 45 Could Get NYPD Command Center, Cops Say

Police want to put an NYPD outpost near Pier 45 in the West Village to help control noise and disorder.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Body Pulled from Hudson River near 103rd Street

The body was pulled from the Hudson River along a popular Upper West Side bike and running path.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Hudson River Park Tax Bid Could Affect More Properties

The Friends of the Hudson River Park Trust want to put a tax on people who live nearby in order to improve the park itself.

Harlem »

Raw Sewage in Hudson a 'Continuous Problem,' Experts Say

The North River Wastewater Treatment Plant pumped an estimated 800 million gallons of untreated sewage into the Hudson last year, even before a fire forced the plant to close down last week.

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