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It was an event fit for the cameras. Bronx borough president Ruben Diaz Jr., and transportation commissioner Polly Trottenberg rolled up to a press conference using bicycles from Citi Bikes as a way to announce the popular bike rental program was expanding to the Bronx. more
It’s been a tradition for more than three decades. On the second Tuesday of August, neighborhoods across the country gather in some common area to share a meal and some warm fellowship. Among them will be the men and women in uniform who protect and serve their communities daily as law enforcement officers. more
It was a big problem when the air conditioning broke at Hudson Towers early last month. more
Social justice. Resistance. Resilience. That’s how Jennifer Sanchez describes the historical origins of an art form she and husband Marcelo Fagundes are keeping alive in the Bronx. Some think of it as a fight, others as a dance. Really, it’s both. It’s capoeira. more
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has formed a new task force, assigning them the job of ending what the MTA describes as “unnecessary” train slowdowns across the city. more
U.S. Rep. Eliot Engel has joined two of his congressional colleagues to introduce the Smoke-Free Schools Act of 2019. more
State Sen. Alessandra Biaggi is now married to Nathaniel Koloc after the two exchanged vows during a wedding ceremony July 22 in Tarrytown. more
Police are trying to figure out who shot at a man early Sunday morning not far from the Jerome Park Library. more
Bronx borough president Ruben Diaz Jr., has now weighed in on sweeping changes to the zoning laws protecting Riverdale's greenbelt — and it's a solid no. more
For state Sen. Alessandra Biaggi, it was her first completed session. For Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz, well, he’s probably lost count. Yet both lawmakers returned home from Albany last month triumphant in the bills they introduced and sponsored in the senate and Assembly, but would only share that jubilation with those who showed up for a town hall at The Riverdale Y last week, and who could prove they lived within their districts. more
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