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Beth Israel Says Medical Residents Are Not 'Competent' Enough to Unionize

The East Side hospital says its residents can't perform basic tasks without an attending physician.

Civic Center »

Ailing Downtown Hospital Cuts Entire Residency Program

More than 70 residents have been left scrambling to find new positions before July.

Williamsburg »

Bedford Avenue Buildings Ravaged by Fire Vacated Indefinitely

The buildings at 173, 175 and 177 Bedford Ave. have been vacated indefinitely after a massive fire.

Williamsburg »

Tender Trap Not so Tender in Neighbors' Hearts

Neighbors on South First Street say the young bar's noise is disrupting their sleep.

Midtown & Theater District »

Red Sky Liquor License Delayed By Residents' Complaints

Residents complained of rowdy patrons at Red Sky who keep them awake at night and urinate on the street.

Midtown & Theater District »

Developer Unveils West 54th Street Hotel Renderings

Developers the Moinian Group revealed renderings for its planned hotel on West 54th Street, which include making a taller structure than originally planned.

Midtown & Theater District »

Pedestrian Plazas Remain Magnet for Homeless at Night, Despite Outreach

Homeless people continue to flock to Broadway's plazas, but advocates say intervention takes patience and time.

Midtown & Theater District »

Midtown Has Highest Per Capita Crime Rate in New York

Midtown Manhattan has New York's highest crime rate per capita, according to a new analysis from DNAinfo.com.

Midtown & Theater District »

Locals Fed Up With Aggressive Empire State Building Ticket Hawkers

Residents wish a judge hadn't halted a police crackdown on NY Skyride ticket vendors near the Empire State Building.

Manhattan »

Manhattan's Population Grew 3 Percent in Latest Census

The borough's population now stands at 1,585,873, according to the census count.

Midtown & Theater District »

Bellhop Whistles Drive Some Midtown Tenants Mad

Some residents are considering suing the Muse Hotel on West 46th Street because of noisy whistling.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Pet Hedgehog Killed in Fire, Residents Laugh Off Wolverine Reports

A pet hedgehog and rabbit were killed in the fire, which displaced about two-dozen residents.

Manhattan »

Union Square Pedestrian Plaza Plan Gets Green Light From Community Board

Traffic around Union Square will also be re-routed in an attempt to make the area safer and more pedestrian-friendly.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Food-Truck Vendors Targeted Over Parking Tickets in New Bill

A new City Council bill aims to suspend and revoke the food licenses of food trucks that idle or feed the meter.