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It’s a high-profile volunteer job high school students as young as 16 could have — but virtually none of them are applying. more
Black Friday might come the day after Thanksgiving, but for grocery stores like Key Food on West 235th Street, one of their busiest days is the one right before Thanksgiving. more
From a book of essays on race relations in America to one about a neurosurgeon’s perspective on cancer as a patient, the New York Public Library has a wide range of books that were popular with patrons in the past year. more
The holiday season might be over, but fishing season is in full swing as important envelopes and parcels are being plucked from street mailboxes — not by your friendly neighborhood postman, but instead by a criminal. more
It was free, but Gail Cogen wanted nothing more than to get it removed. more
There are a lot of students at P.S. 24 Spuyten Duyvil. Too many students, in fact. more
New York City schools were closed for winter storm Grayson on Thursday, but they will reopen on Friday, according to the city's education department. more
Before her recent promotion, Raolat Ajani would've found herself trudging through the nearly half-foot of snow Thursday delivering important letters and parcels house to house, where many people decided to stay as wind and snow pummeled the community. more
Riverdale, Kingsbridge and pretty much everywhere in the northeast has been pummeled with snow, high winds and frigid air. more
It's not clear how bad the weather will be Thursday, but New York City public schools are not taking any chances — schools are closed, along with all after-school programs, adult education and sport activities. more
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