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It was a chilly evening last week for some 200 protesters in front of a Mount Eden community center on a somewhat somber strip of Jerome Avenue reiterating a collective cry: Rent is “too damn high,” and “it ain’t right.” more
Providing legal services to those who may need it the most (but can’t afford it) is important — but a plan by Gov. Andrew Cuomo to shoulder higher costs on attorney registration fees has earned the ire of one important lawyer group. more
Before he was a sergeant in the Israeli army, Ari Fuld was a student at Salanter Akiba Riverdale Academy, where his father — Rabbi Yonah Fuld — was the principal. more
Trekking to the eastern part of the borough could soon be a whole lot easier, and riders have a couple of Riverdale powerbrokers to thank for it. more
A pernicious loophole plaguing struggling renters has the Bronx borough president quite worried. more
If the Assembly has its way, gun laws will be just a little tougher in New York. more
For some residents of Marble Hill Houses, it’s too hot. For others, too cold. more
With Democrats controlling all levels of state government, the legislature finally passed a bill that has been sitting on the Albany shelf for well over a decade. more
Some cars can’t compete with the gargantuan crater in the ground on Old Albany Post Road. It’s just too deep. And when it rains, too slippery, too treacherous, a puddle of epic proportion, it’s ultimate depths seemingly unknown. more
Aside from the occasional shooting, some ongoing drug activity, and a seemingly unending saga of car break-ins, at least some people who reside within the jurisdiction of the 50th Precinct probably count themselves fortunate they live in what’s generally considered one of the safer parts of the borough. more
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