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Shoe lovers may have to pay a little more or travel a little further for Payless. more
As New Yorkers mourned the loss of New York City Police Department officer Miosotis Familia, her neighbors mourned the loss and shared some of their stories about her. more
Cortlandt “Cort” Shurtleff was the only student in his kindergarten class who could not spell his first name. more
It wasn’t speed that derailed the A train last week, just a few miles away in Harlem, but instead a loose unused track, according to the initial investigation. While MTA didn’t have to deal with fatalities this time, the accident put the entire New York City transit system under a massive microscope. more
Bronx Prep Charter High School graduated 50 seniors at the Lehman Center for the Performing Arts last week. more
There won’t be any new places to anchor along the Hudson River. At least not for the foreseeable future. more
Ever wanted a Big Mac delivered to your house? The drive-through has now become a “drive-to.” more
One of the biggest milestones in someone’s life is high school graduation. In a single moment, everyone surrounding you is focused only on you as your name fills the room, and you walk across the stage to collect that coveted diploma, ready to embark on a new chapter. more
Monday afternoon, a day before their high school graduation, a group of friends enjoy a sunny, 75-degree day in Van Cortlandt Park. They grill hot dogs and sit in the shade, all just steps from the massive swimming pool. more
Senators and Assemblymen wearily left the Albany capitol building just before midnight June 21 in what was the official ending of the 2017-18 legislative session. Their respite was cut short, however, as Gov. Andrew Cuomo called the lawmakers back upstate June 28 for a special session. more
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