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City lawmakers want to curb the proliferation of a deadly disease, which means taking aim at cooling towers — and some landlords who reportedly aren’t keeping up with inspections — in an effort to snuff out Legionnaires’ disease at the root. more
Everything is full circle for Laurie Walton. more
Jeffrey Dinowitz scooped a little strawberry ice cream to join the vanilla already sitting in his bowl. And of course he topped it with rainbow sprinkles, a nod to his “Rainbow Revolution” of a decade before that upended the political machine managing the Bronx. more
There aren't many people from the Bronx on the U.S. Supreme Court. In fact, there's only one. And she's coming to Manhattan College. more
The last remaining Big Mac haven in this part of the borough is getting an extensive facelift. more
Despite repeated warnings from the 50th Precinct, some drivers still forget to lock their car doors — and thieves keep capitalizing on it. more
Malakai Hart never really felt like he fit in at Ethical Culture Fieldston School. more
For Monique Hamilton, planting and harvesting in her urban garden verges on the sublime — from seeding to weeding to reaping vegetables, followed by winter’s lull, until frozen ground thaws and the cycle starts anew in spring. more
For years, Andrew Cohen has batted a thousand when it comes to tackling key environmental issues — at least in the eyes of the New York League of Conservation Voters. more
Ursula Chanse describes 1988 as a “time of upheaval” in the Bronx. Between those moving out of the borough and people committed to staying, change was happening at a rapid pace. more
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