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A new traffic pattern at the subway station at West 242nd street is problematic. more
Constituents of Sen. Jeffrey Klein, who is running in a hotly contested Democratic Party primary on Sept. 13, deserve some answers. more
You could just as well add other items to this excellent list of rich assets that need attention, including a broken birding/golf bridge, now closed to the public. The skate park. The pedestrian bridge across the Major Deegan. more
Thank you for your recent article about empty stores on Kappock Street and Knolls Crescent. This is an issue that has concerned many of us in the immediate neighborhood for quite some time. more
We can’t classify everyone that supports President Trump as a Nazi or Klansman. However, it is becoming increasingly difficult to believe some don’t have a share in a fascist belief system that props up and gives power to a leader like the president. more
Permit me to complete the record with respect to the subject of your recent story. more
The United States’ “zero tolerance” policy was condemned by the United Nations Human Rights Council as it called for an “immediate halt” of the policy of separating children from their parents after crossing the U.S. border. more
As a social worker who lives in and services the Bronx area, the city council’s proposal to cap ride-hailing services would be detrimental to me and my clients. more
On Saturday, July 28, the neo-Nazi hate group “Identity Evropa” staged a rally in Fort Tryon Park, waving American flags and flags with their organization’s logo, an inverted triangle symbol from German folklore. more
EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is an open letter to Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz, Councilman Andrew Cohen, Bronx borough president Ruben Diaz Jr., and district leaders Randi Martos and Eric … more
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