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Tenants at 500 W. 235th St. have been living without gas for months, and one local elected official blames the landlord.  more
Not a single person yawned Sunday morning ... more
With New York City threatened with wind gusts of up to 35 mph, city building officials are warning builders, contractors and crane operators to be ready for this weekend's nor'easter. more
Traffic delays lasting more than three lights. Extended waits to make a left turn. Cars double-parked. Near-traffic accidents. For drivers and pedestrians who use the intersection at West 256th … more
On a recent Friday evening at the Riverdale-Yonkers Society for Ethical Culture, Rabbi Linda Shriner-Cahn and Manhattan College religion professor Mehnaz Afridi sat before worshipers at that … more
A car covered in dust. Wheels caked up nearly half their height in dirt. A parking ticket tucked between the front seats. A baby seat placed in the back. After several calls over the course of a … more
Parents have said the city’s education department has not provided easy access to information about gifted and talented programs. A new bill that will eventually go before city council would … more
Louise Salant goes to Manhattan at least five days each week on the 1 train to meet with her students. The private music teacher travels with a large suitcase on wheels, which holds 10 child-sized … more
Suicide, racism, feminism, justice.  Those are just a few of the topics covered by students between the ages of 11 and 20 who performed at last week’s Youth Poetry Slam at the … more
The parks department broke ground in April on improvements to Van Cortlandt Park that will add a skate park and refurbished basketball court.  The project between West 242nd and West 240th … more
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