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Gramercy »

The annual show has moved north on the East River but there are still plenty of places to watch.

Williamsburg »

The NYC Citywide Ferry began using the new horns over the weekend, a spokesman said. 


The substation had had spewed more than 8,400 gallons of oil over the years.


Around 30,000 million gallons of oil are still not accounted for.

Williamsburg »

Politicians are asking the mayor to consider building the East River Skyway before the L train shutdown.

Upper East Side »

New ferry service should offer access to Astoria, Long Island City and Roosevelt Island, locals say.

Yorkville »

Residents are concerned new wheelchair ramps planned for the bridge will take up too much space.

Upper East Side »

The Hospital for Special Surgery plans to finish its section of the East River Esplanade by Summer 2016.

Lower East Side »

Three meetings later this month will give residents a chance to provide their input.

South Street Seaport »

Public middle school teachers will work for two years to develop a new math and science program.

Long Island City »

Artur Mierzejewski, 34, helped the man, who jumped in for the "ice bucket challenge."

Brooklyn Heights »

The man was discovered early Monday morning in the East River near Atlantic Avenue, police said.

Fort Greene »

Fireworks fans looking to catch the Fourth of July show can find plenty of places to watch.

Greenpoint »

Shuttle buses will run in Greenpoint from 6:50 to 9:30 a.m. and 4:30 to 7:20 p.m.