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Kingsbridge residents will welcome new neighbors sooner rather than later as the highly touted — and hotly contested — contract between developer Stagg Group, Praxis Housing Initiatives, and the city to open a transitional homeless facility at 5731 Broadway was finally signed last week. more
It’s only been two weeks since the nation’s deputy postmaster general, Ron Stroman, admitted to lawmakers there were systemic issues when it came to mail delivery in the Bronx. But another elected official already has taken up arms against the U.S. Postal Service. more
There wasn’t much agreement at last week’s meeting of the Benjamin Franklin Reform Democratic Club. more
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After hurricanes like Harvey, Irma and Maria wreaked havoc on the south, and some of the country’s Caribbean territories, U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer is pushing a new bill though Congress that would require all cell phone carriers to carry all signals during emergencies when cell towers fall. more
More than 2,500 miles separates Las Vegas from New York City, but that hasn’t stopped New Yorkers from mourning the nearly 60 lives lost there over the weekend. more
Hurricanes Maria and Irma caused massive damage and destruction to Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands last month. It’s displaced countless families as both U.S. territories start the slow rebuilding process, forcing many to relocate. more
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Summer might be over, but swimming lives on at The Riverdale Y’s newly renovated pool. more
There’s a new traffic light near the intersection at Fort Independence and Heath avenues near P.S. 360, where one lawmaker has identified as a dangerous intersection. more
Each year when the New York public advocate’s office releases a list of the city’s “100 Worst Landlords,” it sparks a brief albeit fervent debate about how that list makes tenants’ lives any better. more
In the Bronx, most anyone hearing about a constitutional convention in the news might be tempted to think of that one that happened in Philadelphia 250 or so years ago — you know, the one that kicked off with “We the people.” more
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