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Think Riverdale Avenue needs to go on a “road diet”? Community Board 8’s traffic and transportation committee doesn’t think so. more
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As Rabbi Levi Shemtov looked over the crowd of nearly 500 people last December, he was “amazed” by the diversity of the group. more
The Skyview-on-the-Hudson community welcomed its newest residents, the children of slain police officer Miosotis Familia, after the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation, a Staten Island nonprofit, along with The New York Daily News and Skyview Apartments LLC, raised nearly $900,000 to buy the Familia children a new co-op just in time for Christmas. more
When Alycya Miller moved into 1 Marble Hill Ave., a dozen years ago, she never thought she’d have to battle the building’s management company over piles of garbage, roaches in hallways and washing machines, and feral cats. more
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Herb Eysser was shocked with what he discovered recently in his Fieldston Road neighborhood. more
For months, Jacqueline Estevez has had to endure more than the construction noise. She was forced to share a single bathroom not only with her neighbors from 10 other apartments, but also with construction workers. more
Pop the bubbly. After multiple past rejections, Community Board 8 has finally received permission from the city to look for a new home base away from Riverdale Avenue — although move-in day is still a long way off. more
Magnum Comics and Cards has served fans just off West 259th Street for 27 years. But when December closes, so will Magnum. Forever. more
It’s one after-school activity not sitting well with local business. more
Access. Networking. Camaraderie. Work opportunities. Those were just some of the attractions to the Lehman College Hack-athon. more
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