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On a gray Tuesday morning filled with intermittent rain, firefighters with Ladder 52 gathered for six moments of silence to honor the 343 New York City Fire Department members who died on Sept. 11, 2001. more
More violence erupted in both Kingsbridge and University Heights, where a pair of homicides made for a bloody Labor Day weekend that might otherwise have marked the peaceful end to a sweltering summer. more
Regardless of what happens on Thursday, Sept. 13, Alessandra Biaggi already has shattered barriers. more
Ledetu Ghebremedhin never guessed selling a simple, single cigar could deliver a deadly blow to her bodega. But it almost did. more
Sandwich guru Sammy Gonzalez has been left in the dark as to when exactly the Subway restaurant in North Riverdale could shutter. But until it does, he’ll keep making sandwiches. more
In a borough with painfully low voter turnout, many residents would probably agree — anything hindering access to the polls is bad news. more
A pair of workers cloaked in yellow hooded ponchos gazed over the mini wasteland, a filthy patch of leafy urban squalor — a space some neighbors say has suffered far too long from neglect. more
It could be what some residents see as a chilling political landscape that has them clinging to vestiges of hope — that groundbreaking change still is possible. That their movement, riding on an ethos of resistance and resurrection, can triumph. more
Stanley Rosenfeld spent years teaching and serving in the administration of three prominent private schools before finally, in 2001, he plead no contest to two counts of child molestation. more
Van Cortlandt Park is home to acres of greenery, America’s first public golf course, and the unmarked burial ground of slaves and settlers. more
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