Hundreds of people assembled to hear memories of Cooper Stock, who was killed Friday night.
The city is pushing for approval to build a 31-space museum parking lot with $3.6 in public funds.
Residents said they feared the 1,000-person event space would bring traffic and noise to the area.
Community Board 7 identified intersections where residents say traffic conditions are unsafe.
The parade will lead to street closures Wednesday and Thursday.
The New York City Marathon will shut down streets across the five boroughs on Nov. 3.
Advocates pushing for a bike lane moved one step closer to their goal at a local community board meeting.
A car crash near Stuy-Town left four people seriously hurt Monday morning, the FDNY said.
The NYPD announced traffic changes for the U.N. General Assembly.
The lower level of the 59th Street Bridge had been closed in both directions in the wake of the fire.
The FDNY extinguished the blaze on the outer roadway about 2:15 p.m., officials said.
Witnesses said the suspect suddenly pushed the man into the street.
Maintenance crews cleaned up the spill site Wednesday afternoon, but delays remain, officials said.
The corner of Thomson and Skillman Avenues is where Tenzin Drudak was fatally struck by a van in March.
Six people were injured when two trucks crashed on the Verrazano's upper level, the FDNY said.
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