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City council is considering enacting new local laws they say will help with traffic congestion in Manhattan, and maybe give the taxi industry the boost they need. more
What does it mean to be transparent? more
May I suggest that this circumscribed topic of specialized high school assessment tests discussion be expanded? Let’s take a look at yet another admissions test, the SAT, often required for college admissions. more
While teen cigarette smoking rates have been on the decline in New York City and New York State, there is a new trend on the rise: e-cigarettes. more
This letter is in reference to the July 19 letter published in your paper from Wendy Steinberg, a Hebrew Home employee. more
A recent story that appeared in the July 8 edition of The New York Times about New York developers building condos in flood zone areas is almost unbelievable. more
I disagree with the premise that the specialized high school admissions test should be relegated to a small part of the information used to select students for the specialized high schools like Bronx Science. more
As expected, on June 18, Bronx Community Board 10 voted against the city’s proposal to construct a state-of-the-art full-scale animal shelter at 2050 Bartow Ave. more
I have been an early childhood educator for three years, teaching children between 12 and 36 months old. more
I was disappointed to read that Community Board 8’s Dan Padernacht will run for city council. more
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