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There are many well-known side effects to COVID-19, but the coronavirus pandemic itself isn’t free from some of its own — one that is particularly dangerous. more
For some, birthdays are important. But for Amber Rose Isaac and partner Bruce McIntyre, Aug. 11, 2019, was just as special of a day for them. That’s the day the couple decided to have a baby. more
The College of Mount Saint Vincent is mourning the loss of longtime journalism professor and communications department chair Sister Patricia McGowan, who died April 19 from complications related to COVID-19. She was 80. more
New York has ramped up coronavirus diagnostic testing so much that testing sites, including drive-thru ones like the site at Lehman College, now have more tests available than people seeking … more
Seeing coronavirus infection rates and hospitalizations level off over the past several days has been encouraging for New York in the midst of a pandemic, but that doesn’t mean hospitals and other health care facilities are out of the woods just yet. more
More details have emerged about a 200-bed field hospital under construction at Van Cortlandt Park, including the company behind it — one with what one news outlet described as a checkered past in building field medical units in the past.  more
Van Cortlandt Park is one of the largest parks in New York City, a center for sports and recreation in the Bronx. But now, in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, the park is about to become something entirely new: A field hospital. more
It was a shocking wakeup call for some residents of an apartment building at 215 W. 242nd Street, after a fire broke out on the first floor just after 9 a.m., on March 6. more
A quiet Thursday morning in North Riverdale turned a little more unusual for Harriet Fritz and her neighbors when a car crashed through her fence and finally came to rest in her front yard. more
Summertime created some of the biggest controversies our community had seen in a while, especially when it comes to protecting the greenbelt that helps define parts of the community we live and work in. But there also was a push to make mass transit faster — more often than not, earning the ire of those who ride, and even those who don’t. more
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