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Joseph Bohm claims there’s no better way to zip through Kingsbridge and Riverdale than on his electric bicycle. more
The topic has simmered for some time, kicked around from one committee to another, popping up at one meeting, resurfacing sometime later elsewhere. more
The student clinicians at Lehman College’s new Parkinson’s disease clinic are on a mission to help patients find their voice. more
Gary Oliver probably had enough on his mind heading into the holidays. But things took a turn for the worse when the city took a blade to the street in front of his Greystone Avenue building. more
For months the box has laid, tattered and forlorn, next to a bus stop on a bleak strip of Riverdale Avenue, battered by the elements, covered in faded stickers, empty. more
It already has more than 200 locations across 26 states, but American Family Care didn’t have to look far to open its newest urgent care facility. The “one-stop shop” officially opened its doors at 5546 Broadway just after Veterans Day, providing veterans with free flu shots. more
In a year, everything had changed for Robert Wollman. It started with walking trouble. But by March, Bob discovered the problem was much deeper than old age. more
It’s not just about doing well at P.S. 95 Sheila Mencher, it’s feeling well, too. This state weaved stronger mental health approaches into its health class curriculum this past fall. more
Out of the mist they come. They come to remind us, and they come to warn us. Pay heed, these voices say. more
It could be a smoother ride for cyclists, but more jarring on joggers’ joints. Yet, that’s not on the mind of city parks department officials who believe their plan to pave more than a mile of the Putnam Trail will make it more accessible to all. more
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