(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

The School’s Special Commission of Investigation found no one to blame for the October 2015 choking death of a 7-year-old girl at P.S. 250 in Williamsburg, news that upset her family. [DNA Info]

On Wednesday, police arrested a woman, 34, for allegedly punching a 9-year-old girl (who was not her child) at the Essex/Delancey Street subway station. [Gothamist]

Four days after the 162-year-old bar was closed by the Department of Health, McSorley’s Old Ale House was back in business as of yesterday afternoon. [EV Grieve]

In Williamsburg, the Con Ed-owned waterfront property at 500 Kent Avenue will remain industrial and not be rezoned as residential. [Crain’s NY]

At the Community Board 3 meeting last night, it was announced that long-shuttered public bathrooms will reopen this summer in both Corlears Hook Park and Baruch Playground on the Lower East Side. [Bowery Boogie]

Ludlow Coffee Supply has dropped its barbershop component and is now seeking a liquor license. [Bowery Boogie]

Nino Coniglio, the proprietor and chef of the city’s three Williamsburg Pizza locations, will unveil a new restaurant called Brooklyn Pizza Crew in Crown Heights. [Eater NY]

At the corner of Ninth Street and Third Avenue, juice shop Organic Avenue will be replaced by Vivi Bubble Tea, a chain with another neighborhood outpost on E. 14th Street. [EV Grieve]

Victoria “VH” McKenzie, an East Village artist who last year drew ire from the MTA for selling painted Metrocards, is now capturing her fellow subway riders in a series of paintings. [DNA Info]