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At 16, someone may not be able to vote or grab a drink at a bar, but they can do something better — volunteer to save a life by registering to donate their organs. more
She may not call herself an exercise fanatic, but Judy Fettman loves to get a good sweat going. That’s why she makes it her business to show up at the health club at North Riverdale’s Skyview-on-the-Hudson as often as she can. more
James Lilley leaned against the wall, resting on his walker. He was on Broadway south of West 231st Street, holding a paper cup with a few coins in it as the 1 train roared overhead. more
Apparently they wanted a quick payday … and a drink. more
Amtrak trains passing through Spuyten Duyvil will take a different route this summer, but Metro-North says its customers need not fret because the diversion isn’t expected to affect schedules. more
In a few years, Van Cortlandt Park visitors might have an easier time getting past the expressway that splits the Bronx’s great green expanse if a new pedestrian bridge is built. But there’s a hitch. more
The days of the Independent Democratic Conference co-ruling the state senate with Republicans are apparently over. more
Police are investigating the death of a 53-year-old woman, who was found unconscious aboard an uptown 1 train Monday morning. more
The winds of March gusted through the neighborhood as Marisol Jimenez rolled her wheeled bag along the hilly streets leading to her Webb Avenue home. more
The crocuses are already up and I have been anticipating the forsythia. It is mid-March as I write this, and while the forsythia is clearly in bud, it has not yet flowered, although I did force some branches weeks ago and had a beautiful taste of spring indoors. more
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