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Anyone who has paid attention to a tight political race, especially in a major city like New York, knows beating an incumbent can be an almost insurmountable challenge.  Justin Sanchez … more
If you live on Sedgwick Avenue and were beginning to wonder when your street would finally be clear of construction and electrical work, you finally have an answer.  It’s going to be a … more
Most people know the major headlines and stories that dominated the Cold War: Vietnam, the fall of the Berlin Wall, even the Bay of Pigs invasion.  But what was it like to be tasked with … more
Donald Trump made his first official visit as president to his hometown over the weekend, fulfilling one post-election promise that he’d spend time at both his Trump Tower residence and the … more
Two more catalytic converters were stolen from the undercarriage of vehicles left unattended on the streets of the 50th precinct last week.  For those counting along, that makes nine such … more
Karen Silverberg never thought she’d spend part of her Monday morning crying in a Starbucks.  But there she was, switching seamlessly between teary-eyed sadness and hearty laughter as … more
There is a voter turnout problem in the Bronx.  Not just in how few people take the time to vote in local and presidential elections. But when it comes to Community Board 8, too.  At … more
Age is nothing but a number. At least that’s what a collaborative study ... more
A flash flood warning in New York City on Friday did not exclude the northwest Bronx. more
Surgeon. Farmer. Attorney. Scientist. Some of these professions might not be immediately thought about when it comes to someone from the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer community. … more
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