Crime
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Police are looking for two men they say were involved in a series of burglaries in the heart of the Kingsbridge business district last month. 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
Police want to have a few words with a man they say was involved in a robbery Monday in Kingsbridge where employees were reportedly threatened by knifepoint. 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
It’s usually one of the quietest precincts in the borough, to the point that even when crime rises across the city — or even across the Bronx — the 50th Precinct stays relatively immune. more
Late last summer, thousands of people across New York state were granted something they thought would never be offered: A chance for justice. more
It’s not uncommon to get a little hangry — You haven’t eaten in a little while, and your mood turns sour. more
We all know medical supplies have been a little hard to find these last few months — masks, gloves and face shields have all been in short supply — but one thief decided to take matters into his own hands June 14. more
Is there such a thing as too many bedrooms? Of course not — especially when you’re looking to move into a beautiful century-old house at 4643 Waldo Ave. more
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