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In the Bronx, most anyone hearing about a constitutional convention in the news might be tempted to think of that one that happened in Philadelphia 250 or so years ago — you know, the one that kicked off with “We the people.” more
The so-called “summer of hell” in New York City mass transit could come to end. That is, if lawmakers can come to a consensus on the best way to fund and fix serious issues with the Metropolitan Transit Authority. more
This fall, thousands of school-aged children living in city shelters will return to school without backpacks, notebooks or pencils. Almost half are in the Bronx. more
Waiting for the bus can feel like forever, especially not knowing how far away it is. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has tried to cure that with four new bus countdown clocks installed in the Bronx earlier this summer — but not in this part of the borough. And it doesn’t look like they’re heading to Riverdale and Kingsbridge anytime soon. more
Bulldozers, jackhammers and cranes are officially in full effect underneath the Major Deegan Expressway on the Old Putnam Line as contractors work to clean up a hotly negotiated-for strip of land. more
Running a transitional homeless facility for more than 80 families is not a cheap proposition. more
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Andrew Cuomo is accusing the President’s Election Commission — tasked with investigating potential voter fraud in the 2016 national ballot — of misleading the public. more
It seems like “it’s always something” slowing the subway trains down, Kingsbridge resident Louis Bailey said. more
It’s the case of the disappearing Bx20 bus schedules. Until last month, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority posted schedules of the arrival times at bus stops along the route, which … more
Two petitions. Two points of view. All over one location — 5731 Broadway. more
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