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Alternate Side Parking Suspended Until Friday

New Yorkers will get a break from alternate side parking because of snow removal and public holidays.

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3 Mentally Ill People Missing as City Endures Single-Digit Temps

Janet Markoe, Phillip Arabadjis and Thi Chau were all still missing Monday afternoon, officials said.

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MAP: Manhattan Spared Flurry of Tickets During Recent Snowstorms

The island only had 62 tickets during recent snowstorms, compared to hundreds in other boroughs.

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City Could See 4 Inches of Snow by Sunday Morning, Forecasters Say

New Yorkers may wake up to 4 inches of snow on the ground by Sunday morning, forecasters said.

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Big Freeze on Way as Work Week Starts With Icy Commute

Temperatures are expected to plunge to just 5 degrees, forecasters said.

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Nearly 600 Manhole Fires Hit City in Past Week, Con Ed Says

Salt laid out for last weekend's snow storm has corroded wires and sparked fires, officials said.

Midtown »

48-Hour Nonstop Snowstorm Will Now Miss City, Forecasters Say

The city will get some rain, but the bulk of the storm will hit to the north, forecasters said.

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Snow Could Fall for 48 Hours Nonstop This Weekend, Forecasters Warn

The storm could dump up to 8 inches of snow on top of what remains from last Monday.

Upper West Side »

How You Can Help Prevent Slush Puddles in Your Neighborhood

Four ways to prevent the slush puddles from taking over our city streets. 

Morrisania »

Bronxites Keep Working Outside Despite Bitter Cold and Icy Conditions

Workers who hand out flyers, patrol the streets and serve food have to stay outdoors in the cold.

Park Slope »

VIDEO: Park Slope Manhole Fire Torches Car and Prompts Building Evacuations

The fire torched a car and filled six buildings with carbon monoxide, the FDNY said.

Park Slope »

Why Are There So Many Manhole Fires? Experts Blame Salt

Salt that's spread to melt snow corrodes underground wires, which then ignite, officials said.

Ditmars »

Winter Storm Wreaks Havoc on Travel in NYC

Snow, sleet and rain have triggered manhole explosions, stalled subways and slippery sidewalks.

Upper East Side »

Expect Icy Commute Monday Morning as Storm Brings Snow and Freezing Rain

Schools set to open, but alternate-side parking is suspended as city could see 8 inches of snow and ice.

Midtown »

It Costs the City $1.8M to Remove Each Inch of Snow, Audit Says

Tuesday's snowstorm cost taxpayers an estimated $14.5 million.

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