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Residents living near a new Latin restaurant off of Broadway are trying to take a bite out of noise. During a Nov. 12 meeting of the 50th Precinct Community Council, several residents complained … more
1.Larceny at construction site Police said an unknown number of suspects stole two light towers from a construction site on East 233rd Street and the Major Deegan Expressway sometime between Nov. … more
By Will Speros   A blaze was ripping through the third floor of 711 E. 183rd St. during the afternoon of May 28, 1982. Led by Capt. Timothy Gallagher, the … more
Congressmen representing the Bronx are pushing for the U.S. to provide asylum for refugees fleeing the conflict in Syria as the Senate prepares to take up legislation that would halt the process and … more
The cold weather on Tuesday morning didn’t stop Destiny Lucien, a fourth-grade student at the Spuyten Duyvil School (P.S. 24) from getting outside to do some gardening with her class. “We just … more
Parents at the Spuyten Duyvil School (P.S. 24) are furious over the Department of Education’s failure to renew a lease for an annex for fifth-grade students at the Whitehall co-op. As they wait for … more
Three fires broke out in Riverdale during the weekend of Nov. 6. On Saturday, Nov. 7, a fire was reported at 5240 Henry Hudson Parkway, the building’s second serious fire within the past 12 … more
On a crisp November morning, Riverdale resident Tony Hillery stood outside Harlem Grown’s main urban farm on West 134th Street. The farm was winding down for the winter months, but the garden was … more
Residents from across the Bronx stormed the borough president’s office on the evening of Nov. 12 to air their grievances with Mayor Bill de Blasio’s proposed rezoning initiatives. … more
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