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Every Tuesday, Alexander Thompson, director of tournaments at Chess At Three, meets with students at the Spuyten Duyvil Preschool in Kingsbridge. He tells … more
This is the second in a series of articles about roads, sidewalks and step streets in the northwest Bronx and the debris, potholes and decay that plague them. The first in the series, “Wait for … more
On a cold, rainy Thursday night last November, a half dozen commuters huddled inside a bus stop shelter, waiting for the Bx7 to arrive—and the wait stretched into an hour, even as other buses … more
A pedestrian was struck by a car and killed as she was walking against traffic along the Major Deegan Expressway at around 5 a.m. on Tuesday, police said.  Victoria Hamann, 28, was … more
They had known each other for just a few hours—Mason, a 13-year-old member of the Be You Stay True program, and Andrew Curiel, a junior on the College of Mount Saint Vincent’s men’s … more
As Tech International is slated to close its doors at the end of the school year, community leaders are urging the Education Department to look into leasing or buying the space for a public school in … more
When Marisa Gonzales Silverstein read that an average of 92 Americans are killed as a result of gun violence each day, she decided to ... more
The Bronx Tourism Council is trying to drive more tourism—and technology—to the Bronx by launching a new promotion ... more
Van Cortlandt Park may see some big changes coming—$4.2 million worth of landscaping and design changes, to be precise.   The New York City Department of Parks and Recreation is forging … more
1. Burglarized while in the bathroom Thieves broke into a woman’s home on Jan. 26 while she was in the bathroom, according to police.  The victim said she was in the bathroom for … more
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