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Abdullah Abid spends his classroom time not at a school in the Bronx, but instead at an elite specialized institution, Stuyvesant High School, off Chambers Street in lower Manhattan. more
Come next spring, there might not be any students graduating from P.S. 207 in Kingsbridge — and parents are happy about it. more
Only a river stood between certain death and the promise of safety. Over the course of a month, a half million men, women and children crossed the Naf River from Myanmar into Bangladesh. more
A new tenant is about to move into the 5740 Broadway shopping center. more
Soon, there’ll be a new and improved way to enter Van Cortlandt Park. While news like that might typically be good, some residents — especially those who neighbor the area near West 261st Street and Broadway — would be perfectly fine leaving it just the way it is. more
Dustin Jones can’t take trains the same way most other people can. more
There was no warning, no hint anything was amiss when the school year at St. John’s School started in September. more
If it felt more like a political rally than an informational forum at times, it’s probably because the more than 225 people gathered at Lehman College’s music building last weekend have become focused on a single goal: Get rid of the Independent Democratic Conference. more
On a chilly night last week, a small but quietly spirited group of parents, students and other community members gathered at the Ethical Culture Fieldston School for an anti-hate forum hosted by state Sen. Jeffrey Klein. more
In the mornings after Hurricane Maria, Sylvia Estrada-Cruz drank nothing but salty coffee. more
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