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Midtown »

Tourist Bus Ticket Seller Sues Rival Company After Violent Midtown Attack

The Big Bus vendor told Elder Antoine he was going to kill him and cut his throat, the lawsuit says. 

East Village »

Satirical City Notice Requires Tourists to Get 'Pedestrian Permit'

Tourists and newcomers must attend a "mandatory training" and pass a test first, the fake letter said.

Midtown »

Cellphone Store Worker Arrested for Scamming Tourists, Officials Say

More than a dozen customers say Prepaid Mobile overcharged them by hundreds or thousands of dollars.

Times Square & Theater District »

Revelers Flock to Times Square Hours Ahead of the Ball Drop

People arrived early to Times Square on Wednesday for a great spot for the New Year's Eve celebration.

Midtown »

Taylor Swift to Headline Times Square's New Year's Eve Party

Pop star Taylor Swift will party with the city as the ball drops for 2015.

Midtown »

14 People Hurt When Two Tour Buses Crash in Times Square

Bus driver William Dalambert was arrested for driving while his ability was impaired, police said.

Times Square & Theater District »

Falling Ice Hits Pedestrians Near Rockefeller Center

Fist-sized chunks of ice fell off 30 Rock and hit people standing on the sidewalk Wednesday.

Battery Park City »

Liberty Island Ferry Accident Leaves Eight with Minor Injuries

Passengers suffered "cuts and bruises" at the Liberty Island dock, boat company says.

Times Square & Theater District »

Yellow Cab Smashup in Midtown Sends Two People to Hospital

Two people were hospitalized after a set of cabs smashed into one another in Manhattan.

Upper East Side »

Central Park Bicycle Shops Hurting as Tourists Opt for Citi Bikes

Bicycle shop workers are pitching their deals to tourists at the Citi Bike depot at Central Park South.

Jamaica »

Sheraton Hotel Planned for Downtown Jamaica

The Four Points by Sheraton is one of two new hotels planned for the area.

Midtown »

Missing Mentally Ill Tourist Found Near Central Park

The 29-year-old was found after disappearing for two days.


Tourists Memorialize Brooklyn Bridge Visits With Ugly Graffiti Tags

Tourists are writing their names on the span's beams and stone towers to memorialize their experience.

SoHo »

SoHo Residents Slam Tourist Signs as 'Eyesores'

Some SoHo and Nolita residents say DOT "wayfinding" signs don't belong in a historic district.

Jamaica »

Jamaica Shakes Off Crime and Becomes 'Williamsburgish'

New housing and commercial projects contribute to the neighborhood’s ongoing revitalization.