After years of agonizing debate, Mount Sinai Health System says it's closing its Beth Israel hospital at 16th Street. The reason: It's bleeding cash – $1 billion over 10 years.
These days it's all about the off-menu sundae, though: The truffle fry sundae features soft serve ice cream with fries and shaved truffle. Other ice cream toppings they offer include potato chips, Milo, and honeycomb crunch.
This year's festival honors puppet master and creator of the iconic village Halloween parade Ralph Lee.
The New York City Parks Department has reported having 750 lifeguards this summer. This time last year, they had about 850.
If you'd like to visit the best bar in North America, you won't have to travel any further than the Lower East Side.
The shop was founded to keep those with food allergies in mind, Whipped general manager Hannah Keller said, adding that many in the U.S. are lactose intolerant.
New York City plans to zero in on eight areas so full of vermin that the Department of Health has designated them "rat-mitigation zones."
The supply – and knowledge – that comes with Aqua Best was once reserved for only the top chefs. But now it’s open for business to all.
A 15-year-old boy was killed while subway surfing on the Lower East Side, police said.
A new mural in New York City honors Hip Hop great KRS-One.
The mass shooting in California cast a shadow over the Lunar New Year celebrations at Roosevelt Park on Sunday.
A worker at a Manhattan smoke shop was shot on Wednesday evening.
Police have arrested a man wanted in a string of violent crimes in Manhattan. The NYPD said the man is suspected of killing a pediatrician in a park in Harlem and a person on a street on the Lower East Side.
Jewish people eating Chinese food on Christmas Day is as much a holiday tradition as Santa Claus himself.
The FBI and the NYPD are asking for help in finding a man wanted for a 1987 murder in New York City.
A 15-year-old boy died after subway surfing on a J train on the Lower East Side.
New York City has torn down an outdoor dining shed belonging to a Manhattan art gallery this week, infuriating its owners and pleasing some neighbors.
A man arrested for going on a rampage with an ax inside a Manhattan McDonald's has been arrested again.
A man pulled out an axe at a Manhattan McDonald's and smashed things like a table and glass wall before hitting a person.
People living at the housing complex have been told not to drink or cook with water from their taps due to concerns about arsenic in the water.