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Another weekend without the 1 train in the Bronx

Maintaining tracks and drains take a long time, apparently. So long that for yet another weekend, getting on and off of the Bronx section of Broadway by subway will be impossible.

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Small gas station explosion closes Broadway on 9/11

Work to remove contaminated soil from the site of a former gas station ended up being more dangerous than workers expected, causing a small explosion and fire that closed Broadway for more than an hour Sept. 11.

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Deliveryman jumped by four on Sedgwick Avenue

Police are trying to locate two males they say jumped a deliveryman on Sedgwick Avenue last month.

311 is always here for you (and your complaints)

The streetlight on Riverdale Avenue near West 231st Street has been out for six months. That’s how long Harold Been has waited for someone to fix it.

Mastin wants nursery school to inspire kids, parents

It’s a quiet rainy Friday just two weeks before school is set to start. Tucked behind the Riverdale Presbyterian Church on Henry Hudson Parkway is a nursery school occupying a cozy, second-floor space with green walls and white-painted cubbies for backpacks and lunchboxes.

After family hit by car, leaders call for study

Riverdale Avenue might look calm, but it can be a dangerous stretch of road. Especially between West 230th and West 236th streets. Paint lines marking out four lanes of traffic are faded, and double-parked cars on both sides render some lanes impassable. Drivers and pedestrians are both at risk.

SPORTS

Treglia excited for new challenges at Riverdale Country

Phil Treglia is something of a football lifer. From starting quarterback at Iona Prep in the early 1990s to coaching stints at Hackley and Stepinac in Westchester, and — most recently — Staples High School in Connecticut, football has coursed through Treglia’s veins for quite some time.

If you build it, Manhattan College will come (back) ... maybe

To Rob Walsh, there’s something magical about the baseball field in Van Cortlandt Park. Standing on the pitcher’s mound, he looks around at the meager stands and the holey backstop, the grass encroaching on the infield and the graffiti-scarred scoreboard.

Senior center challenges aging stereotypes

All it took was a tagline to pique Julie Dalton’s attention in RSS-Riverdale Senior Services. As someone with a background working in aging services, Dalton was casually subscribed to the emails of RSS-Riverdale Senior Services and saw the Netherland Avenue facility’s tagline: “The Center for Ageless Living.”

Lawmakers earn perfect enviro rating

The nation might be in a tailspin when it comes to saving the environment, but New York looks to be a silver lining in those deep, dark clouds.

GREEN SCENE

Summer isn't over until those beautiful fireflies pay a visit

June 21 is astronomically the official beginning of summer. For many people, however, it begins simply with longer daylight hours.

Once eyed for medical facility, lonely lot has no clear future

“Work in progress: Demolition,” the sign reads. “Anticipated completion: December 2013.” It’s been a long time since the notice was posted on the green fence concealing the empty lot that is 3735 Riverdale Ave. And it’s been a long time since there was even a whisper of what the space might become.

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