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Getting off the Henry Hudson Parkway at Exit 22 was not an option last Friday morning. more
It has been roughly 53 years since I last set foot in Seton Park’s dog run. Well, 53 dog years anyway. more
A lot has been said in recent weeks about state Sen. Jeffrey Klein’s Independent Democratic Conference, but now even Mayor Bill de Blasio is chiming in. more
Brian Benjamin is not exactly a household name. At least not in this part of the Bronx. more
State Sen. Jeffrey Klein is calling out members of his old party to join him in supporting progressive causes in the senate like Planned Parenthood and single-payer health care. But Democrats have responded with a “you first.” more
A Dallas businessman who once told his local newspaper he’s interested in “liberty-loving and conservative legislation, no matter who gets it done” may have finally found a Democrat he can support: Fernando Cabrera. more
Some of the northwest Bronx’s older residents might remember days when all that kept people away from the Jerome Park Reservoir was a three-foot fence around its outer edge.  more
With a clipboard and checklist in hand, Laura Spalter inspects a step street at West 229th Street between Kingsbridge Terrace and Sedgwick Avenue, … more
With New York City threatened with wind gusts of up to 35 mph, city building officials are warning builders, contractors and crane operators to be ready for this weekend's nor'easter. more
Traffic delays lasting more than three lights. Extended waits to make a left turn. Cars double-parked. Near-traffic accidents. For drivers and pedestrians who use the intersection at West 256th … more
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