Today’s news: Seventh Avenue in Midtown will be easier to walk down, police end a 12-year-old’s reign of terror over Gravesend, Brooklyn, and a rooftop fire destroys a Queens restaurant.
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A beef between students in Midtown spilled into the streets Wednesday — with four teens stabbed in front of their high school during a bloody, broad daylight brawl, officials said. (New York Post)
A preteen’s reign of terror in a Brooklyn neighborhood — that includes targeting and menacing senior citizens — is over, police sources said. (The Daily News)
The manager, who declined to give her name, said the fire appears to have started on the roof of the one-story structure. (New York Post)
The city is planning to widen congested sidewalks for pedestrians walking between Penn Station and Times Square, while closing a pair of busy blocks to vehicular traffic this summer. (DNAinfo)
Hotel 50 Bowery, a 229-room boutique hotel from Joie de Vivre touting Asian-inspired art and cuisine, opened its doors on May 16 and began advertising its many attractions, including an opium den-themed lounge called The Green Lady, according to a press release. (DNAinfo)
South Harlem residents and city politicians pushed back against a renewed effort to rebrand the neighborhood SoHa. (The Daily News)
On Tuesday, Mr. Pender, 38, took the stand as a witness for the prosecution to explain how he was instrumental in setting up the final meeting between his two friends, just before Mr. Woodard was killed. (New York Times)
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