Police start GoFundMe page for family of two baby girls who were fatally burned by radiator NYPD cops in the precinct where two baby sisters burned to death when their radiator spewed scalding steam this week are raising money for the victims’ family.

Part-owner stiffed me on $1M earnings from Nello A part-owner of Upper East Side eatery Nello says he’s been cheated out of profits from the famed hot spot.

A Motel Reopens, but Now Guests Must Pay for the Whole Night The Staten Island Motor Lodge, which was temporarily shut down after the arrest of a former New York City police officer accused of running a prostitution ring.

A Motel Reopens, but Now Guests Must Pay for the Whole Night

Christian non-profit evicts Queens apartment residents to convert building into homeless shelter Residents of the New York School of Urban Ministry in Astoria received letters of eviction from the Christian nonprofit due to plans to convert the apartment building into a homeless shelter.

Locals Push for Protected Bike Lane on Flatbush Avenue Near Prospect Park A petition asks the city to consider a two-way protected bike lane from Grand Army Plaza to Empire Boulevard.


Worker Dies in Fall at Old Domino Sugar Site A construction worker died after falling from scaffolding at the site of a residential development in Brooklyn, in what was at least the city’s 11th construction death this year.

Worker Dies in Fall at Old Domino Sugar Site

Townsend Harris Students and Teachers Mount Fight Against Acting Principal Students and educators at Townsend Harris High School are outraged over the possibility that their interim principal might soon be installed permanently at the elite school on the Queens College campus in Flushing.

Fight between street vendors leaves man slashed The suspect — who is still on the loose — was working near the corner of Broadway and Canal Street when he got into an argument with the other two vendors.

Man shot over parking spot dispute-turned biker brawl A 25-year-old man was shot over a parking space outside the Hells Angels clubhouse in the East Village early Sunday morning.

New York elite at war over nonstop Christmas music An Upper East Side lawyer is suing his neighbor to force her to turn off what he says is nonstop holiday music blasting out of a loudspeaker in her Christmas display.

Knife-wielding suspect slays man, wounds victim’s brother after Brooklyn soccer match A knife fight erupted after a midnight soccer match in Brooklyn, killing a 31-year-old man and critically wounding his brother early Sunday, a police source said.

Knife-wielding suspect slays man, wounds victim’s brother after Brooklyn soccer match

Couple Beats Mom in Front of Her Kids at Bronx Subway Stop Police are asking for help finding a couple who beat a woman in front of her children in a Claremont Village subway stop.

Man Steals $800 from Car Parked in Staten Island, Prosecutors Say A man swiped cash and a watch from a car parked in Staten Island, prosecutors said.

Truck Driver Arrested After Hitting And Killing Woman In Hell’s Kitchen A woman in Hell’s Kitchen was hit and killed by the driver of a truck, and the driver has been arrested according to authorities.

Food & Drink

10 of NYC’s Oldest Historic Restaurants, Inns and Taverns Located on the corner of 10th Street and Waverly Place, Julius is the city’s oldest gay bar.

Local Color & History

Stunning photos of the Brooklyn neighborhood that puts on the best Christmas-light display in America . This list of historic eateries in New York City is based on Laura Brienza’s book New York’s Historic Restaurants, Inns & Taverns, released just this fall.

Real Estate & Development

A Rooming House for Career-Minded New York Women The stately rooming house for “career minded professional women” is one of the few of its kind left in the city.

A Rooming House for Career-Minded New York Women

Plans to bring 300 apartments to Bed-Stuy rejected by community board The community board wants the apartments to be more affordable.

Take a Photo Tour of the Hunters Point Library, Under Construction in Long Island City The space will serve as a much-needed civic hub in this still-developing waterfront residential district.

Hotel & condo for long-dormant Williamsburg site gets new look Work’s been ongoing at the Williamsburg construction site bordering Kellogg’s Diner and the Metropolitan G stop, but the project has changed since it broke ground in March.
(Photos: Google Street View)

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