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Your coin collection might be worth a pretty penny, but for some thieves, there’s an easier target for change: the laundry room.  more
Design of the new Putnam Trail started in 2008, but that work wouldn’t finish for another decade. Even with that finally done, the city had another obstacle to overcome: money. The paving project, from start to finish, carried a price tag of more than $4 million.  more
Doctors and public health experts sound like a broken record every year as winter nears: Getting a flu shot is important.  more
Even before this unorthodox academic year began, it was still evident the landscape of education across the country fundamentally changed — if not forever, then at least for the foreseeable future. more
Mark Stagg is likely one of the community’s most prolific builders in recent years, adding several apartment buildings along Broadway and on Fort Independence Street. more
Typically, someone breaking into a building is looking for money and valuables. Yet that wasn’t the case during one robbery Sept. 24. more
It was just 10 days after the police-involved killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. It had been 10 days of protests nationwide, including in New York City, where crowds flooded the streets each night calling for justice for Floyd and others killed by police in cities across the country.  more
Fernando Rodríguez is struggling. His family owns Kingsbridge Donut Shop on the corner of West 231st Street and Kingsbridge Avenue, but hasn’t paid rent on the space in months. more
When RoseAnn Hermann was young, the word “gay” — or anything similar to it — was rarely uttered aloud. And when it was, it was usually to make fun of people. more
One week can make all the difference when it comes to education policy in the city — especially during a public health crisis. more
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