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The Putnam Nature Trail’s wildlife habitat is about to be replaced with a “planted strip” and a paved bike speedway. more
Thank you for publishing your story highlighting the important work P.S. 95 does in teaching mental and emotional health. more
New York’s schools for deaf, blind and physically disabled children need more teachers willing to help young students achieve independence in New York State. more
You quoted me in a recent editorial saying that there was no vote for housing chair at the November Community Board 8 meeting because “we haven’t found the right person yet.” You then write, “We? Who is this we?” more
(re: “Parks officials poised to pave Putnam Trail,” Nov. 22) Thank you for keeping the public informed on the current status of the Putnam Trail. We have several considerations … more
The nation says good-bye to its 41st president this week, George H.W. Bush, and political leaders from around the world are paying their respects. more
The leaders behind Welcoming Neighbors Northwest Bronx will tell you that doing something special for those looking to get back on their feet is all the thanks they need. more
It’s 94 acres of park land and water separating Kingsbridge from Norwood. But if anyone wants to access it, they’d need good connections and a security clearance. more
What started as a graduate school dissertation turned into a very personal project for Perry Rizopoulos. more
Without pumping stations, some Bronx streets not only would be flooded, but a bit stinky too. more
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