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Two separate cases and one plaintiff who refuses to give up. Manuele Verdi, the assistant principal of P.S. 24 Spuyten Duyvil, is pressing forward with his federal and state court cases against … more
After more than seven months, gas once again is piping through 500 W. 235th St. more
Growing up, Rob Maar would visit Yankee Stadium with his grandfather — times he always treasures. more
Victor Mastro was doing exactly what Chubby Checker was telling him to: He was doing the twist. more
“Who’s ready for storytelling?” Nicole Figueroa asked the room of more than 20 students from Riverdale Neighborhood House’s pre-Kindergarten classes. Figueroa, a children’s librarian at … more
“Everybody knows that the current laws are so bad, so, so bad,” said Rabbi Ari Hart, who has led the Hebrew Institute of Riverdale since 2012. “Five years to come forward is an insult to survivors of sexual abuse, and it’s really a joke.” more
It may be time for Bronxites to start lacing up their skates as the world’s largest ice sports complex could finally be making its way to the borough. more
Two years ago, Joe Dzikas had a thought: World War II and Vietnam War veterans were passing away, and Dzikas believed they were not getting the recognition they deserved. So Dzikas, the … more
Lehman College has opened its new Virtual Reality and Training and Development Lab, offering students the chance to study the burgeoning technology inexpensively. It is the only such programming … more
In 1963, a high school student named William Jefferson Clinton was photographed shaking hands with President John F. Kennedy. The White House visit was part of the Boys Nation senator program, and … more
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