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The New York City performance assessment reviews the values and attitudes fostered in our school programs. It evaluates the effectiveness of the student government, peer mediation, community service projects, and individual/group guidance program. more
As a man of a certain age, I may not walk as quickly as I used to. My voice might not be as boisterous, and I may ask you to repeat what you say from time to time. more
Right below my letter in which I criticize Adam Stoler for doing to Alvin Gordon what he falsely accused Gordon of doing to Hillary Clinton, writing nothing but a personal attack, is a letter from Stoler doing the same thing to state Sen. Jeffrey Klein. more
We congratulate the Pelham Democratic Committee for holding a fair meeting on May 10 in which state senate candidate Alessandra Biaggi received its endorsement. more
Several years ago, I began a quest to place a commemorative plaque in Van Cortlandt Park’s Memorial Grove to honor Roger C. Brathwaite, a local resident who served in the U.S. Army and valiantly lost his life during the Vietnam War during the horrific battle in the A Shau Valley in July 1969. more
To me, one of the most disturbing statements Michelle Wolf uttered at the White House Correspondents Dinner was the one she closed with: “Flint still doesn’t have clean water!” — four years after the water crisis in that Michigan city went public. more
The Bronx chapter of the American Institute of Architects is strongly opposed to the granting of a special permit for the construction of high-rise apartment houses in the Bronx’s only Special Natural Area District on adjacent R1-1 and R4 zoning lots in the Riverdale section of the borough. more
Jan. 12, 1946, was a glorious day in New York City. The 13,000 soldiers that made up the 82nd Airborne Division marched their way up Fifth Avenue from Washington Avenue, cheered by thousands of people and endless streams of ticker tape along the way. more
Over the next couple weeks, the venerable Loeser’s Kosher Deli is looking to make one final mark on the community — it wants to ceremonially rename the northern part of West 231st Street in Kingsbridge after the business. more
Trade wars are never good for anyone, and particularly not for consumers. more
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