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It's going to be a little harder to get out of the Bronx this weekend, especially if you're hoping to jump on the 1 train. more
During his eight seasons as the head softball coach at Manhattan College, Tom Pardalis has built the Jaspers program into one of the more formidable outfits in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. more
As news about the death of two toddlers rocked his community, Charles Zsebedics knew there was more to the story — and it would be unpleasant. more
While movie fans can enjoy the most recent Spider-Man adventure on the big screen, audiences now have a chance to learn more about the character’s origins, history and cast of villains he’s battled over the years at a new comic-theme exhibit in Manhattan. more
Just a year after effectively losing a battle to get homeless families out of a Broadway hotel, elected officials and community leaders were caught by surprise yet again when word got out that a recently constructed apartment building at 5731 Broadway would become a shelter for more than 80 homeless families. more
When Christopher Ford moved into his apartment at 500 W. 235th St., nearly a decade ago, he was offered a rent of just over $820. more
Very few of us are left anymore, sadly, who can share where we were on Dec. 7, 1941, when Japanese military forces attacked Pearl Harbor. more
I am going to make several comments relating to the lawsuit for defamation brought against Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz by Manuele Verdi, assistant principal of P.S. 24. more
I write today in opposition to the U.S. Senate and House health care bills, most especially their defunding of Planned Parenthood. more
Reading the recent letters to the editor published in The Press over the last few weeks, I have been shocked at their attempt to smear Sen. Jeff Klein’s record. more
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