Police officers will vaccinate NYCHA residents who are 65 and older and who have registered for appointments.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced many NYC restaurants to close, but now, other establishments are going into 'hibernation' or adjusting their services to survive.
More than a hundred blocks north of Manhattan's theater district but on that same famed thoroughfare, Tony Award-winner Jefferson Mays recently read his lines from a stage. But there was no applause.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Monday that upper Manhattan was entering the yellow zone of COVID restrictions as the number of coronavirus cases increased statewide.
Authorities say two women have died in a high-rise fire in upper Manhattan.
A former New York gynecologist accused of sexually abusing more than two dozen patients, including the wife of former presidential candidate Andrew Yang, now faces federal charges.
Columbia University is taking the name of its medical school’s founder off of a campus dormitory because he owned slaves and once advertised a reward for the return of one who ran away.
A man was knocked unconscious and his daughter beaten with beer bottles in a Manhattan deli.
The switch to remote learning has been difficult for families all across New York City, but it is particularly hard for families whose first language is not English.
In the six weeks since New York Mayor Bill de Blasio's actions, iconic street ball landmarks such as Rucker Park in Harlem, Brooklyn's Gersh Park, "The Cage" on West 4th Street in Greenwich Village, Dyckman Park in Washington Heights and others have all been void of the typical soundtrack that help usher in the spring warmup across the five boroughs.
Two men, both believed to be homeless, were found dead in New York City subway trains in less than 24 hours over the weekend.
Coogan's announced on its Facebook page that COVID-19 had forced it to close—but not just temporarily.
SOMOS is a network of 2,400 physicians who care for almost 1 million patients in underserved communities across New York City.
The coronavirus pandemic has kept loved ones apart, younger family members fearful of bringing the disease to older relatives who may be so much more susceptible. That's driven Carla Brown even more to make sure those elderly are receiving the care they need through her meals-on-wheels program that has seen an increase in deliveries in recent weeks.
Guardian Angels are walking car-to-car on E trains in the New York City subway system to make sure that homeless people had food, water, and other essentials.
Police in tactical gear have converged on West 163rd Street off Amsterdam Ave. in Washington Heights.
An elementary school in Washington Heights is offering on-site washer and dryer for families to use.
FOX 5 was given rare access to the GWB, joined by the team at the Port Authority that oversees it, for a one-of-a-kind look at the “Restoring the George” project. It’s a roughly $2 billion, ten-year program consisting of eleven major projects. The goal is to rehabilitate essentially the entire structure.
An Upper Manhattan subway stop has reopened after nearly a year of work to replace elevators, improve lighting and make other repairs.
After nearly a year of work, the 1 train stop at 168th street reopened on Friday, ahead of schedule.