Solutions intended to curb drag racing progressing slowly

Nothing worth having comes easy. And that’s the case for eliminating reckless driving and street racing within the confines of Bronx Community Board 8.

In time of crisis, one restaurant decides to give back

One Kingsbridge eatery that usually serves up Latin and Greek fare is serving something a little extra to its community in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic — free food.

A dozen artists, a massive river, a new kind of gallery

For anyone who has a chance to look across the Hudson River from the Bronx side, it’s a lot of views of the Palisades. But when people from the New Jersey side look back toward us, what do they see? A dozen Cuban-born artists who live on the other side of the Hudson have come together for “Shifting Streams: Twelve Artists by the Hudson River,” bringing a mix of watercolor, photography and more to the walls of Hostos’ Longwood Art Gallery.

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You'll never regret surrounding yourself with love

When I was very young, I remember that I had lost some special toy. Today, I can’t tell you anything about it. But back then, whatever it was, that toy was the center of my universe.

McGrath one of 10 women to earn STEM scholarship

These days, participating in online videoconferencing calls have become mundane. But when a particular Zoom call is open to just 10 people across North America, it can become exciting and new all over again.

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Compassion, awareness are key

Paulaida Rosas is a proud woman. Family and close friends know her as “Chickie,” and few if any can deny how much pride she has. In fact, when she lived at Skyview-on-the-Hudson, she’d push around a shopping cart so people didn’t know she needed a walker.

As COVID cases rise, what’s safe? What’s not?

As of Tuesday, the city’s seven-day average of positive SARS-CoV-2 tests was just above 2.7 percent, with 7,400 cases and more than 400 hospitalizations reported citywide. Cases, hospitalizations and even deaths had all increased over the weekly average from October.

Bowman introduces a new age in House

It’s almost impossible to dispute. New members of Congress don’t have as much experience or power as their veteran colleagues. And because of that, they might not be as effective.

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Webinar shares safe, healthy senior living

Winter is coming, and it’s making no secret of its arrival as the days get colder and colder. The coronavirus pandemic has made staying inside the norm for many people — especially senior citizens. But how can our older and wiser population stay healthy and happy this time of year?

Coronavirus pushes Mount online until January

It’s a practice increasing in popularity as the holiday season approaches and as coronavirus cases begin to spike again nationwide. Many schools — especially at the high school and college level — are limping across the in-person class finish line at Thanksgiving break, and are going fully remote until mid-January.

Coronavirus wipes away January's state Regents exams

A No. 2 pencil perches atop the desk, ready to go at a moment’s notice. You clutch another for dear life, as you ponder the five choices in front of you: A, B, C, D or E? Is E even an option?

Voters not too excited to choose county court judges

Even though most, if not all, the races have been called, not all the election results in New York are in yet.  State and city election officials didn’t start counting absentee ballots until Nov. 10, meaning more than 700,000 ballots remained outstanding from initial counts — including nearly 13,000 in the 81st Assembly District, currently represented by Jeffrey Dinowitz.

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More apartments slated for Broadway

Big changes are coming to the corner of Broadway and West 251st Street where a single-story corner retail lot has languished in recent years.

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Manhattan College key to Veterans Day

Stephen Kaplan is well-known not only in Manhattan College’s religious studies department, but among its sizable student veteran population as well. And it was his experience with the latter that brought him to the New Bronx Chamber of Commerce on Nov. 10.

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