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Beginning March 30, the intersection of West 231st Street and Godwin Terrace will have a new name — at least in the ceremonial sense. more
He’s not the biggest fan of the seven-story building set to rise from 3128 Henry Hudson Parkway, but Charles Moerdler has a much more positive take when it comes to Alan Radoncic, whose father is leading the construction. more
Some cars can’t compete with the gargantuan crater in the ground on Old Albany Post Road. It’s just too deep. And when it rains, too slippery, too treacherous, a puddle of epic proportion, it’s ultimate depths seemingly unknown. more
Some people are just about shuddering from anxiety over how overhauled Special Natural Area District regulations could irrevocably transform the essentially unchanged landscape they’ve relished for generations. more
With the federal government shutdown now the longest in history, the men and women who work for a number of federal agencies are about to miss their second paycheck. And two lawmakers want to help. more
One of the first actions I took as a newly elected council member was to meet with the Friedland Group to do a walk-through of Johnson Avenue. The main goal of this visit was twofold — to highlight the area’s store vacancy problems, and to express my disappointment with its overall dowdy appearance. more
Corey Johnson has vowed it’s high time the city and state tackle an admittedly onerous task — fix public transit. But to get it right, he first wanted to hear from riders about how life as a straphanger could be. more
A small crew from City Council Speaker Corey Johnson's office stood in the cramped quarters of the downtown 1 train’s elevated station at West 238th Street and Broadway on  Friday. They weren't waiting for a train, just  inviting riders to share how they felt about life as straphangers. more
It started with what was described as a threat on social media Nov. 15, and continued just a few weeks later when two students were reportedly found to have brought a gun on campus. more
A new year is typically chock-full with the promise of change, and city libraries are not immune. more
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