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Rather than move the grotto at Seton Park, the informal dirt walking path behind the tennis courts can be cleaned up, made attractive — like maybe with some interesting plantings — and maintained. more
It’s 2:30 a.m., and I hear a buzzing sound that is familiar coming from a vehicle. more
In a recent Point of View, the question was asked that if there was acknowledgement of mental illness in the early 1900s, why is there still such a stigma today? more
A more apt headline for your recent front-page story about feeding the world would be “government complicity is destroying the family.” more
Lyme disease is a bacterial infection carried by tiny ticks that live mostly in wooded, grassy and brushy areas. more
Steve Greenbaum has the absolute right to resign his union over Israel. But it’s ludicrous to do so. more
In the past, when elections were over, the losers congratulated the winners and worked together for the good of the community and the country. more
Last year, the Bronx Democratic County Committee timed its nomination of a city council member to a judgeship so that his position would be vacated before the end of his term, thus triggering a special election to fill his city council seat for the rest of the term — nine months. more
To the right-wingers and others who are decrying wearing masks and taking other precautions in light of the delta variant wreaking havoc because it impinges on their “freedom,” consider these laws: License and insurance for your vehicle. Speed limits. Marriage licenses. Various permits to run a business. Having to enroll your child in school. Not driving drunk. more
To the city’s transportation department: Stay out of our parks! more
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