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The Press has received many responses to the Dec. 8 article and editorial about towing.  more
It doesn’t seem that long ago we used this space to talk about the need to show some sense of decorum when it comes to public meetings. more
If all went as planned, thousands of students in schools across the country — including right here at home with Bronx Science and the High School of American Studies — walked out of class for 17 minutes Wednesday honoring the memory of the 17 students killed in the Valentine’s Day mass school shooting in Parkland, Florida. more
Two years after Warren Harding was elected president in 1920, voters went to the polls and knocked out 77 Republican members in the House and seven seats in the Senate. more
No one seems to know exactly when Charles Moerdler became the one name associated with land use in this community, not even Charles Moerdler. 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
The government’s money is actually our money. That should go without saying, yet we’re always finding ourselves reminding these government officials that because it’s our tax dollars filling those coffers, we expect our leaders — as stewards of that cash — to spend it appropriately. more
“Get out your history books, and turn to the fifth chapter,” the teacher tells her class, focusing on her own book while slowly pacing back and forth behind her desk. 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
Defending one’s honor dates back to Medieval chivalry. But its popularization in western culture was courtesy of a more contemporary influence — Leon Gautier, a 19th century French historian who developed what has become known as the “Ten Commandments of Chivalry.” more
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