Relief may be on the way in the form of mass-produced vaccines, but COVID-19 continues to ravage communities around the world with the global death toll reaching some 1.5 million, leaving the living to mourn them and carry on.
The music venue that helped launch the careers of artists like Lady Gaga is hanging on by a thread due to the financial strain of the pandemic.
Police say an intoxicated driver slammed into Washington Square Park’s landmark marble arch on Sunday and injured an officer who was parked there to protect it.
There is a biopic out now about legendary street ball player Jack Ryan, called 'Blackjack: The Jackie Ryan Story.'
A state hate crimes task force will assist a New York City police investigation into anti-Black and anti-Semitic graffiti found on a Manhattan college campus.
A residence hall at New York University was locked down after four freshmen tested positive for the coronavirus.
On Friday night, crowds of young people gathered at Washington Square Park for what appeared to be a party, with many not wearing masks and disregarding social distancing guidelines.
On Friday night, crowds of young people gathered in Greenwich Village for what appeared to be a party, with many not wearing masks and disregarding social distancing guidelines.
In New York, SUNY Oneonta is switching to online classes for the rest of the semester after nearly 600 people tested positive for coronavirus. NYU has suspended more than 20 students for not following social distancing rules.
Volunteers unboxed, assembled, and distributed hundreds of masks at the Salvation Army's community center and soup kitchen on West 14th Street in Greenwich Village.
Small club owners in New York City say they are in need of financial help as venues continue to sit empty as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Trump is calling for two suspects to turn themselves in on federal charges for vandalizing statues of George Washington in New York City.