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Cheryl Warfield moves her arms in time with the music, cuing the 25 singers in front of her, all of them standing with their hands placed firmly over their hearts. more
Last week, two subway riders fell asleep while taking the 1 train to Riverdale. Unfortunately, they didn’t get a fairytale ending. Instead, they woke up to discover their belongings stolen. more
It’s a tale as old as time. At least that’s how it feels for some Riverdale residents when it comes to noisy neighbors in the area. And a new state audit proves they aren’t alone. more
“It’s our crime.” That’s how New York Police Department deputy inspector Terence O’Toole described grand larceny in the 50th Precinct. more
Jack Hart hasn’t seen it all, but he’s seen a lot — all from behind a cluttered counter at St. Stephen’s Thrift Shop. more
It has been roughly 53 years since I last set foot in Seton Park’s dog run. Well, 53 dog years anyway. more
When Ruth Hurd started creating art, a friend and former co-worker gave her advice on how to stay consistent with her work: “What gets measured gets done." ... more
Not long after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, a memorial plaque honoring the fallen New York police officers and firefighters was erected in a small wooded area known as the Endor Community Garden near West 253rd Street and Fieldston Road. more
It was the day before the earth science Regents exam, and Michael Halpern gives his students some final tips before taking the test. more
Bronx County and other parts of the greater New York City area are under a flash flood warning. more
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