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For many Bronx residents, Orchard Beach is a refuge from the day to day grind. Some come to relax with a book while others play in the sand or take a dip in the water. Still others walk or run along … more
Students taking part in the Bronx Children’s Museum’s summer program got a homework assignment from an unexpected guest: Hillary Clinton.  “I think for the 100th anniversary … more
Police are investigating after a Fieldston resident discovered four swastikas and an anti-Semitic phrase drawn in chalk next to the playground equipment at McLaughlin Playground.  David … more
A nail salon in Riverdale got the Hollywood treatment in Sandra Nixon’s latest film.  The former NYPD sergeant and current filmmaker shot her latest production, the 10-minute comedy … more
Seven schools in District 10 in the northwest Bronx made Comptroller Scott Stringer’s list of the city’s 59 most overutilized facilities, including P.S. 95, the Sheila Mencher School, on … more
Verizon has missed a June 30 deadline to create a fiber optic infrastructure throughout the city, but the telecom giant says it has finished more than 90 percent of the work involved in bringing its … more
Over a week after a brawl broke out at John F. Kennedy High School’s last graduation, students and faculty say they have moved on. But the memory of a fight that brought an abrupt end to the … more
Rockets’ red glare [Photo gallery]
Mayor Bill de Blasio has endorsed state Sen. Co-Majority Leader Jeff Klein for reelection. The announcement came the same day the small, progressive Working Families Party took away its endorsement … more
The legal community knew Benjamin Altman, who died on June 25 at the age of 95, as an indefatigable legal scholar who toiled in the court systems of several counties until near the end of his … more
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