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Bernice King never expected she’d end up in a “old folks home” when she took up residence at the Manhattanville Health Care Center for the first time five years ago. more
A Bronx apartment owner, who’s a regular on the city’s “worst landlords” list, will now have to defend his business practices in court. more
Patricia Manning’s 30 years with Community Board 8 came to an end last month. Who will replace her as district manager has been shrouded in mystery, though it may already have been … more
Since January, Sedgwick Avenue residents in Van Cortlandt Village have had a lot to complain about.    Con Edison, the company that provides gas and electric services to New York City … more
The mornings of many in the northwest Bronx might sound eerily similar: People wake up, brush their teeth, maybe take a shower, get dressed, have breakfast if they aren’t too late, and rush out … more
A woman reportedly stole a purse from an 83-year-old while waiting for the bus on Sunday, police said.  It was the day after April 1, yet it seems the joke’s on the thief: The victim … more
Councilman Fernando Cabrera, first elected to the council’s 14th seat in 2010, will face three primary challengers in his upcoming re-election bid for a third and final term. He does so, … more
Thursday night might prove to be a late one for many of the northwest Bronx’s more active residents.  That’s because there are not one, not two, but three public meetings and … more
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Before he first took stage as Sherlock Holmes, Tal Aviezer was only a casual fan of the world’s most famous detective. Five years later, he knows ... more
A dumpster will be available in Riverdale Monday for those looking for a way to complete the traditional chomezt disposal that precedes Passover. more
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