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Residents living near a new Latin restaurant off of Broadway are trying to take a bite out of noise. During a Nov. 12 meeting of the 50th Precinct Community Council, several residents complained … more
The senior care industry is eyeing a property in Riverdale for new development as the mayor is seeking passage of zoning measures aimed at encouraging affordable housing. A report from LiveOn NY, … more
1.Larceny at construction site Police said an unknown number of suspects stole two light towers from a construction site on East 233rd Street and the Major Deegan Expressway sometime between Nov. … more
Rabbi Herbert Dobrinsky says he knew little to nothing about Sephardic Jewry in 1964 when he, with Haham Rabbi Solomon Gaon, founded the Yeshiva University’s (YU) Sephardic Studies … more
Just in time for Thanksgiving, a veritable basketball feast as the northwest Bronx’s high school season prepares to tip off. Here’s a preview of the upcoming season for PSAL … more
During his nearly two years as athletic director at Manhattan College, Noah Lefevre has made community involvement and giving back as synonymous with his athletic department as wins and losses. So it … more
From the old mansions of Wave Hill to the towering apartments of Sputyen Duyvil, Riverdale is home to a wide array of architectural styles. “I think the first thing everyone thinks of is driving … more
“You’re going to be urban farmers someday!” assistant teacher Maureen Lombardi cheerfully called out to her class of 2-year-olds at the Riverdale Presbyterian Church Nursery School (RPCNS) on … more
The Bronx Borough Board unanimously voted last week to oppose zoning proposals aimed at encouraging new affordable housing, a major priority of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s … more
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