Financial District »

City to Fund $100 Million in Storm Protections For Lower Manhattan

The city is investing $100 million for new storm protections for Lower Manhattan.

Charleston »

$100K Road to be Built Under Outerbridge Crossing

The new road will run between North Bridge and South Bridge streets in Charleston.

St. George »

Staten Island Needs Citi Bike, Mayor Says

The mayor called for a Citi Bike station in Staten Island.

East Harlem »

103rd Street Subway Closure Is Clobbering Sales, Businesses Say

One deli owner said his sales have dropped 40 percent since the 103rd and Lexington subway stop closed.

Jackson Heights »

Here's Every Airport Noise Complaint Filed From Jackson Heights Since 2014

Thousands of calls and online complaints were logged since 2014, data shows.

Prospect Heights »

Traffic Safety Features Installed at Three-Way Atlantic Avenue Intersection

New islands and turn restrictions are in place at Washington and Underhill avenues in Prospect Heights.

Midtown »

Port Authority Police Remove Truck That Got Stuck in Lincoln Tunnel

The over height tractor trailer got stuck at 2:19 p.m., according to Port Authority officials.

Carroll Gardens »

Tell Citi Bike Where to Expand in South Brooklyn

Citi Bike wants input on where to expand in Park Slope, Gowanus, Carroll Gardens and Red Hook.

Greenwich Village »

Trio Snatched Samsung Phone From West Fourth Street Straphanger, Police Say

Police said three teens surrounded a 46-year-old man at the West Fourth Street subway station.

Bed-Stuy »

Citi Bike Expansion Begins for Eastern Bed-Stuy

At least six new stations were installed in the neighborhood Friday.

West Village »

MetroCard Moocher Leads Police on Chase Across 14th St. Subway Tracks: NYPD

The man was asking passengers to swipe him through, police said.

Upper East Side »

Man Killed by 6 Train on Upper East Side, FDNY Says

6 train service was temporarily disrupted Friday afternoon.

Red Hook »

Citywide Ferry Plan Will Not Integrate With MTA’s MetroCard for Transfers

The move will double the cost of commuting for potential riders, residents say.

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