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Mailing checks and packages has been a hassle throughout the coronavirus pandemic. Mail delivery has been slow as funding has been reduced and employees became sick, but those aren’t the only problems when dropping a check in the mail. more
Often, cars are stolen and never seen again, or might be found a little bit battered and parked on the side of a street. Sometimes, though, you can find a stolen car and its would-be owner sitting in plain sight. more
It wasn’t even particularly late at night — and probably not even all the way dark yet — when someone walked up to a 33-year-old man walking near the Jerome Park Reservoir at University Avenue and Reservoir Avenue. more
Nearly everyone admires a motorcycle rider now and again — maybe they’re illegally riding between lanes in traffic and getting home nice and early, or they’re riding along a highway on a nice sunny day. more
The Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram dealership on Broadway has seen some tough times, and that appears to be continuing through the summer. more
It was the middle of the night on July 27 when things went sideways at Louie’s Dale Diner on West 231st Street, police said. more
It might be a good idea for drivers to check on their vehicle if they intend to leave it on the street for a few days — Even if it doesn’t go missing, they might not return to find it in mint condition. more
North Riverdale is usually pretty quiet, just blocks from the end of New York City, and the beginning of Yonkers. Yet, there’s not much going on. more
They say not to leave anything in your car when it’s parked on the street — and that’s for good reason. more
Maintaining an Uber or taxicab is hard enough in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, with many drivers around the city stapling up plastic sheet barriers to keep them safe from their passenger’s germs. more
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