After arriving on the scene around 10 p.m., police arrested and removed the alleged assaulter, while paramedics carried the cart operator—whose name is Manan, according to the cart owner—into an ambulance.
NEWS: Morningside Heights
On the third annual Love An Elder Day—a day of events organized by Morningside Village to celebrate Morningside Heights’ elderly population—Spectator sat down with three longtime residents to discuss how Morningside Heights has changed over the years and their favorite things about the neighborhood they call home.
The STA Travel agency, which has been in Morningside Heights for 18 years, closed last week. Its sole retail location in New York City is now in the East Village.
One civilian was seriously injured in an apartment building fire on West 113th Street and Riverside Drive on Sunday night.
Hundreds of worshipers packed into the pews to hear Rev. Dr. Amy Butler’s first sermon as Riverside’s seventh senior minister—the first woman ever to hold the position.
Residents of Cathedral Gardens are asking for Community Board 7’s help to get information from the developer who they say has not adequately dealt with the building’s structural and facilities issues.
Even as the cardboard signs proclaim discounts from 20 to 50 to 60 percent off, the owner of the store is still unsure what will become of the space.
Some faculty members are questioning the employee wages offered by Book Culture, drawing out tensions between professors and the local bookstore after union disputes this summer.
Bank Street College announced in a press release that the store has secured a new lease on 107th Street and Broadway. The new store will open in February 2015.
Morningside Heights has seen its fair share of labor issues over the past year, and more contract negotiations are expected throughout the academic year.