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By YANNIC RACK  | Scientific research, robotics and coding – that doesn’t necessarily sound like every kid’s dream of the perfect summer. But 16 high school students from all over New York City, New Jersey and as far away as Yonkers, chose to spend two weeks of their vacation doing exactly that at Pace University’s […]

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Thurs., Sept. 4 – Wed. Sept. 10 ALTERNATE SIDE PARKING RULES ARE IN EFFECT ALL WEEK Fashion Week is here! While the big shows are concentrated around Lincoln Center, Lower Manhattan will play host to a number itself. At Spring Studios on Varick between Laight and Beach Sts., shows on Friday afternoon, Saturday and Sunday evenings, and Wednesday mid-morning will spell slow exits from […]

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CitiBike stolen Police say a 16-year-old male stole a CitiBike from a docking stand at Pearl St. and Maiden Lane in FiDi at 2 p.m. on Thurs., Aug. 28. A Sixth Precinct officer observed the suspect riding the blue bike on W. 14 St. and arrested the teen after conferring with a CitiBike representative, who […]

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Thurs., Aug.. 21 – Wed., Aug. 27, 2014 ALTERNATE SIDE PARKING RULES ARE IN EFFECT ALL WEEK Battle at the Meadowlands means more traffic on Manhattan streets. The Giants and Jets face off in a preseason match-up 7:30 p.m. Friday at MetLife Stadium.About 75,000 fans turned out last year, so a crush of drivers will […]

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Rolex stolen A 30-year-old Long Island man discovered his $10,800 gold Rolex was stolen from a compartment near his steering wheel upon returning to his car parked at a garage at 75 West St. in the Financial District at 6:30 p.m. on Sat., Aug. 16. The 2012 white sedan BMW was unlocked and the driver’s […]

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BY ZACH WILLIAMS     |  Residents of 67 Vestry St.  have not given up on efforts to preserve their homes in an 117-year-old former warehouse in Tribeca. Although efforts to landmark the building fell short in the spring, a handful of options remain for the tenants, including challenging the permit process and working through local […]

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Lost soul on Fulton There is no way to know if the thief ever got to “Thou shalt not steal,” but either way it does not appear to have led to redemption since he or she is still at large with a stolen bible. Police say someone stole a purse containing the bible at the […]

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BY PAUL SCHINDLER | A Manhattan man arrested on charges of felony assault as a hate crime called 911 as he was “fleeing the scene” of the alleged attack to claim “that a group of homosexuals was following him,” according to the criminal complaint filed by the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office. The N.Y.P.D. reported that at […]

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Set against the sunset over the Hudson, local organizations and officials joined the community to honor Lower Manhattan’s cops at the First Precinct’s National Night Out Against Crime in Battery Park City on Tuesday evening. Community leaders and elected officials took the stage at Esplanade Plaza near the North Cove, to highlight the good work […]

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BY YANNIC RACK  | Two men dove into the East River to rescue an injured dock worker after he was knocked into the water by a rope and metal cleat at South Street Seaport’s Pier 16 on Monday. The end of the rope hit the 24-year-old New York Water Taxi employee when it snapped from one […]

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