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Fourth of July

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Washington Heights »

Residents said they wanted more police response to this year's fireworks.

Long Island City »

The victim was shot in his left leg and stomach near 38-38 Vernon Blvd. just after 9 p.m.

New Brighton »

The teens shot fireworks at officers in front of York Avenue and damaged a car, police said.

Gramercy »

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

Hunts Point »

The blaze started on the fourth floor of the five-story apartment building, authorities said.

Battery Park City »

Jersey City's fireworks are moving closer to Manhattan due to New Jersey's government shutdown.

Long Island City »

Viewing areas will be set up along the FDR Drive and other spots on along the East River.

Long Island City »

The pyrotechnics display, celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, graces New York City skies Monday.

South Street Seaport »

Monday will be mostly sunny with a high of 83 degrees and a likelihood of rain after midnight.

Midtown »

The crash happened in the North Tunnel, according to the Port Authority's website.

Long Island City »

The fireworks will be shot off from barges between 23rd and 37th streets and near the Brooklyn Bridge.

Bushwick »

The fire also displaced families in at least six apartments.

Fort Greene »

Police are investigating the incident that occurred at 2:30 a.m. on July 5 in Fort Greene.

Long Island City »

The neighborhood is expected to get its best views in years of the Macy's fireworks this Fourth of July.

Upper West Side »

There are lots of family-friendly ways to celebrate the Fourth of July locally.