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Shoe lovers may have to pay a little more or travel a little further for Payless. more
As New Yorkers mourned the loss of New York City Police Department officer Miosotis Familia, her neighbors mourned the loss and shared some of their stories about her. more
It took a trip to the zoo before Lisa Lucas truly understood the impact “The Zoo” would make. more
On Jan. 2, an out-of-control car plunged into two stores on Kappock Street. more
Cortlandt “Cort” Shurtleff was the only student in his kindergarten class who could not spell his first name. more
Less than a week. That’s all parents from Gan Miriam Early Learning Center had to make other arrangements for the kids after learning the organization lost its space at the Riverdale Jewish Center and was closing its doors for good. more
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It wasn’t speed that derailed the A train last week, just a few miles away in Harlem, but instead a loose unused track, according to the initial investigation. While MTA didn’t have to deal with fatalities this time, the accident put the entire New York City transit system under a massive microscope. more
Paul Massey’s first, and likely only, impression of Riverdale was the rather spacious American Legion hall on Corlear Avenue. more
Borrowing from the old pizza delivery promise of getting food in 30 minutes or it’s free, straphangers not getting the service they expect on trains could soon get a refund. more
Bronx Prep Charter High School graduated 50 seniors at the Lehman Center for the Performing Arts last week. more
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