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Months of stalled negotiations are back on track that could finally take a long-abandoned rail line and turn it into park land. more
How is the Trump presidency affecting the Bronx? U.S. Rep. Eliot Engel wants to know, and he’s ready to answer questions about a Trump world at the same time. more
It’s unanimous. Rosemary Ginty will succeed Daniel Padernacht as the new chair of Community Board 8. more
Rosemary Ginty was elected the next chair of Community Board 8 this week, but that wasn’t the only leadership position the community board approved more
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
A lot has been said in recent weeks about state Sen. Jeffrey Klein’s Independent Democratic Conference, but now even Mayor Bill de Blasio is chiming in. 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
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
It seems the controversies surrounding President Donald Trump are expanding and evolving each day, to the point one new Democratic congressman is calling the 45th leader of the free world to the carpet. more
Last Thursday evening, six Bronxites gathered in a dimly lit cigar bar on Arthur Avenue to make sure their political pursuits don’t go up in smoke. more
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