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The suspect in the recent brazen sidewalk killing of a man in Marble Hill has turned himself in to the authorities, according to the commanding officer of the 50th Precinct. Capt. Terence … more
As Mayor Bill de Blasio plans to crack down on the ride-hailing service Uber, local councilmen are voicing opposite views on the move.Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez, the chairman of the transportation … more
On a recent morning, a group of teenagers were hard at work in Van Cortlandt Park. Some were raking dirt off trails to make them easier to pass through, while others were pruning invasive vines. … more
Penny Prince does not compartmentalize her careers as music teacher and as composer. When making a new piece, she collaborates with her own students. Two such compositions, “Cuando” and “In … more
Broadway Plaza, the mall housing several big box stores near the intersection with West 230th Street, is expanding, but the building’s owner is not saying when the construction will be … more
It has been 20 years since the Ethical Culture Fieldston School’s dance program got off the ground. Seeing graduates of the Young Dancemakers Company (YDC) celebrate with some fancy steps on … more
On a Wednesday afternoon, two good friends boarded a small private air-conditioned bus at West 231st Street and Broadway bound for the nearby Empire City Casino in Yonkers. Elsa and Jean, who asked … more
In a warm classroom on a Monday morning, about 20 English Language Learners (ELL) sat in desk clusters. They were bent over note cards, writing one or two words on each side. At the front of the … more
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