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Michael Heller, who officially stepped in as Community Board 8’s district manager in June, is retiring just three months after starting the job. more
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About an hour before the moon began to eclipse the sun on Monday, kids in the Spuyten Duyvil library were refashioning cereal boxes as pinhole viewers. Earlier in the day, an announcement on WNYC named the Spuytin Duyvil library as one of the locations offering free eclipse glasses, which brought throngs of people to the library's doorstep only to find that there weren't any glasses actually there. more
His mission is to stop a transitional housing facility for the homeless from opening at 5731 Broadway, and with time running short, Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz has one more trick up his sleeve. more
While it seems difficult to call for impeachment of Donald Trump in a Republican-controlled house, U.S. Rep. Eliot Engel hopes to at least get some momentum toward a different punishment — censure. more
A 22-year-old man is recovering from multiple stab wounds from what police described as a brutal attack while walking home last week on Broadway. more
When Felix Perdomo first decided he wanted to run for city council, his best experience was working in adult education programs in the Bronx, meeting with folks who he said were clearly being underserved. more
Sometimes, too much traffic can be a good thing. In this case, it was a massive traffic jam on a typical Saturday afternoon on the Major Deegan Expressway that enabled Yonkers police officers — with the aid of the New York Police Department’s 50th Precinct — to catch two men who they say robbed a smartphone store in Riverdale’s northern neighbor. more
Cops believed they had resolved a string of robberies involving Chinese food delivery drivers in Van Cortlandt Village after arresting someone they believed was connected to the crimes, but now it looks like someone might be at it again. more
Each year when the New York public advocate’s office releases a list of the city’s “100 Worst Landlords,” it sparks a brief albeit fervent debate about how that list makes tenants’ lives any better. more
With more than 650,000 potential members and growing in the Bronx alone, Netflix might have a big competitor for its online streaming service. And it’s coming from the most unlikely place — the library. more
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