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Scaffolding for repair work outside the Ft. Independence Houses has made the area so dark, one visually impaired resident said she waits outside at night until someone can help her enter the … more
Call it love at first bark. As Beth Marchand approached a mobile pet adoption van parked outside a Petco on Sunday, Muenster the 1-year-old shih tzu mix affectionately leapt onto her. more
The soggy solstice of this so-far freakish winter has been wet, wild and odd, with unnervingly mild temperatures, impetuous winds, buckets of rain — and for some Sedgwick Avenue residents, a massive felled tree that tore down wires and fractured utility poles, to boot. more
Following a year that saw slayings spike in the otherwise relatively serene 50th Precinct, not a month has gone by this year and already Kingsbridge has notched its first homicide. more
There was some Bronx representation at last week’s Oscar ceremony. And by Bronx, we mean DeWitt Clinton High School. more
Plastic foam is quickly becoming a thing of the past, if not already nearly extinct — at least at some law-abiding local eateries. more
When someone suffers a heart attack or a child chokes, the ambulance is literally the difference between life and death. more
It was almost a "purr-fect" crime. An alleged catnapper in a Cookie Monster hoodie scooped up a 2-month-old kitten named Luna in the middle of the day Feb. 23, just weeks into her new life as Ismael’s Gourmet Deli’s inaugural cat. more
Jé Hooper is covering the history of the Ethical Culture Society, and in the process, is making some history himself. more
Stan Lee had a habit of creating superheroes in the characters you’d least expect. more
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