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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
The parks department broke ground in April on improvements to Van Cortlandt Park that will add a skate park and refurbished basketball court.  The project between West 242nd and West 240th … more
Nearly 40 demonstrators lined up in front state Sen. Marisol Alcantara’s office Friday, demanding the freshman lawmaker sever ties with the Independent Democratic Conference.  The IDC, … more
The city’s transportation department threw out a lot of facts and figures last week, in its plan to restructure traffic on Broadway, but one figure seemed to stick … more
Facts matter. more
Animal welfare has always been one of my passions. I believe humane treatment of animals should be non-partisan, and no matter whom you voted for, compassionate people don’t want to see animals abused, tortured or cruelly killed. more
When the new owners take the keys to Schervier Nursing Care Center later this year, they will do so with an all-new executive team. more
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