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The Democratic race for the 14th council seat has officially begun in the northwest Bronx, where incumbent Fernando Cabrera already has gained an important lead.  Cabrera and three … more
CSX Corp., one of the nation’s largest freight and rail companies, has been asking $10 million for a defunct section of the Putnam Line.  But some residents have a different number in … more
The election of Donald Trump to the White House has brought with it a series of new debates at the state level in Albany, including a new wave of criticism for state Sen. Jeffrey Klein and his … more
More than 60 residents and activists filled up a normally sleepy … more
The search for a district manager in Community Board 8 will come to close April 19, and it really looks like it’s Michael Heller’s job to lose.  Heller, the chair of both the … more
Everybody likes Andrew Cohen.  At least that’s what Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz told a meeting of the Benjamin Franklin Reform Democratic Club last week as he spoke in support of the … more
Rep. Adriano Espaillat, D-Manhattan, along with three other congressional members, have introduced legislation they say protect immigrants from being targeted by authorities in various … more
Patricia Manning’s 30 years with Community Board 8 came to an end last month. Who will replace her as district manager has been shrouded in mystery, though it may already have been … more
Since January, Sedgwick Avenue residents in Van Cortlandt Village have had a lot to complain about.    Con Edison, the company that provides gas and electric services to New York City … more
The mornings of many in the northwest Bronx might sound eerily similar: People wake up, brush their teeth, maybe take a shower, get dressed, have breakfast if they aren’t too late, and rush out … more
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