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Parents and alumni of the Visitation School, which has operated for more than three quarters of a century, expressed shock and disbelief at the announcement by the New York Archdiocese it will be … more
A man was severely injured when a car struck him on Johnson Avenue near W. 238th Street on Feb. 15, police have confirmed. The man was lying on the street as police and ambulances rushed to the … more
When a man built a rickety shack in a wooded strip of land near where Johnson Avenue meets Kappock Street and settled there, neighbors began complaining about a homeless man living in their Spuyten … more
Bubbly laughter rang through the backstage of Lehman College’s Lovinger Theatre during a production of Lion King Jr. by a troupe from ... more
Buses plowed through the snow-covered streets on the northwest Bronx with “not in service” signs, a few pedestrians struggled against the stinging wind, and schools were closed for the … more
The first major snowstorm of 2017 hit New York City today. By mid-afternoon, winter storm Niko had brought up to 14 inches of snow, According to a statement … more
A plume of smoke and the smell of burning rubber filled the air on W. 238th Street as the a white Mercedes-Benz careened onto the sidewalk and hit a power pole after its driver suffered an apparent … more
On a cold, rainy Thursday night last November, a half dozen commuters huddled inside a bus stop shelter, waiting for the Bx7 to arrive—and the wait stretched into an hour, even as other buses … more
A pedestrian was struck by a car and killed as she was walking against traffic along the Major Deegan Expressway at around 5 a.m. on Tuesday, police said.  Victoria Hamann, 28, was … more
As Tech International is slated to close its doors at the end of the school year, community leaders are urging the Education Department to look into leasing or buying the space for a public school in … more
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