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Ever since it opened in 2017, The Hill Bistro struggled to find a dedicated customer base at its 3541 Riverdale Ave., restaurant. But just like so many other small businesses, the coronavirus pandemic delivered a fatal blow to The Hill, forcing it to finally close its doors early last month. more
It’s always been a family affair, but the coronavirus pandemic has taken Stella Borukhova’s pharmacy on an especially rocky “rollercoaster” of a ride. more
It wasn’t that long ago this corner of the Bronx was shaken when a vandal broke windows of four local synagogues and was ultimately charged with a series of hate crimes. more
It was supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year. But for some people like Jose Santillan, these holidays are expected to be anything but joyful. more
It’s the end of yet another year, and while most of New York City is back in business, there is still a lot of reading going on. more
The ever-growing number of empty storefronts is an issue New York City has struggled with for years. And the months-long shutdowns that came with the coronavirus pandemic last year certainly didn’t help. more
The stakes are high. Too high, in fact, when it comes to a proposed men’s homeless shelter at 6661 Broadway for those who live and work close to it. more
There are a lot of voices making it clear how much they oppose a proposed men’s homeless shelter at 6661 Broadway. But it doesn’t mean that position is absolute. more
It’s clear where many stand on the proposed cuts to express bus service proposed by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority here in the Bronx. Those changes are delayed — for now. more
Shoelaces usually have one use: tying your shoes. But some thieves found another job for them — tying up a victim as they robbed their apartment. more
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