Per the New York Supreme Court, the family of former Stuyvesant Town resident Mark Chanko—who was hit by a garbage truck and killed in 2011 while filming a scene for the reality series NY Med—may not obtain unlimited access to the footage. [Town & Village]

Yesterday morning, a 62-year-old man sustained serious head injuries after he was hit by an Escalade at the intersection of Allen and Grand Streets. [DNA Info]

A Lower East Side-bound deliveryman was attacked on December 10 by five punching men on the Williamsburg Bridge, who robbed him of $60, his bicycle, and the $105 food order he was dropping off. [DNA Info]

Days after the Marshal seized East 12th Osteria this month for a six-figure unpaid tax bill, the East Village Italian restaurant has reopened. [EV Grieve]

Rivington cupcake shop Sweet Buttons has been closed since November, citing renovations. [Bowery Boogie]

Tour Tim Ho Wan, the acclaimed dim sum spot with an international following that debuted stateside Friday (with a long line) on 4th Avenue. [Eater NY]

According to the real estate website CityRealty, the average Manhattan apartment sold in 2016 cost $2.2 million. [Curbed NY]

Watch a duo from Greenpoint’s Ovenly bakery whip up cookie sandwiches with buttercream filling. [Eater NY]