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Ground was broken Thursday on the 26,000-square-foot museum slated to open in 2019.

Battery Park City »

The NYPD lost 23 officers on 9/11 and 99 more to health-related illnesses since then.

Financial District »

The museum, still in its conceptual phase, is counting Diane von Furstenberg as a financial backer.

Financial District »

Robert Andersen hit a tourist after the man refused to buy tickets to the Statue of Liberty: police. 

Financial District »

A man punched the tourist near the Staten Island Ferry, fracturing his skull, police said. 

Midtown »

The Photogrammar archive contains 170,000 photographs from 1935 to 1945. 

Red Hook »

A parade of ships welcomed the liner to the city Tuesday morning.

South Street Seaport »

A security sweep on Liberty Island Friday morning found no threat, officials said. 

Midtown »

The logo, for the 150th Anniversary, incorporates the skyline and Lady Liberty. 

Battery Park City »

International teams will compete in a regatta near the Statue of Liberty from Friday through Sunday.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Dozens of ships, including the USS Cole, cruised up the Hudson for the start of Fleet Week.

Kew Gardens »

Maple Grove will also host its first Victorian hat making workshop.

Civic Center »

The Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and other National Park facilities will close, officials said.

Rockaway Beach »

The third annual Archtober features a tour of the problematic lifeguard shacks in Rockaway.

Brooklyn Heights »

The Terriers will play their first game at the park Tuesday at 7 p.m.