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This was supposed to be the year the Bronx Science girls volleyball program would come crashing back to Earth. After three straight Bronx A Division titles and deep runs in the Public School Athletic League postseason — not to mention three consecutive perfect regular-season records — this year’s version of the Wolverines was supposed to be a shell of its former self. more
For the past five years, Sandra Molinas has journeyed to Jerusalem — not to sightsee, but instead to see patients. more
Alessandra Biaggi knew the chips were stacked against her when she began her campaign for Jeff Klein’s seat in Senate District 34 earlier this year. more
Monofilament fishing line is not good for the health of aquatic animals — and not just because fishermen use it to yank them out of the water, or because they’re made of plastic. more
The Bronx Community Green Fair is set to kick off its third year Sunday, Oct. 14 from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m., at the Episcopal Church of the Mediator, 260 W. 231st. St., in Kingsbridge. more
Jeffrey Dinowitz eyed the people lined up outside a catering venue in Williamsbridge with a smile. more
Is there such a thing as being too good? more
When Alfred Schwartz looked out the train window as he traveled through Japan, there was simply nothing to see. more
When it comes to Henry Hudson Park, Daniel Reynolds and Mark Mason — along with their bounty of volunteers — are here to help. more
It’s not always easy to find important information — especially information about getting into some of the city’s top schools — in Spanish. more
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