Sidewalks just might pave way for safety

Some say good fences make good neighbors. But in certain cases, they cause problems.

Can you hear me now? West 235th plagued with outages

For the last month, pharmacist Robert Newman has grappled with major phone, internet and fax problems.

Dinowitz is still a ‘no’ on congestion pricing

As state and local lawmakers convened in Albany for joint budget hearings, Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Fix NYC traffic advisory panel has recommended one way to pay for much-needed repairs on New York City’s subway system: congestion pricing.

Artist makes unique Facebook posting

When it comes to social media, a Facebook wall is one of the most important places to display your thoughts, your photos, even your work.

OBITUARIES

Joe O'Brien: A man of wit, civil service, who rarely said no

Those who knew him well remember Joseph O’Brien for his ability to make people laugh — even in the high-stakes world of 1970s newspapering.

The Ticket

‘Cardinal’ stirs things up on the stage

Times are tough upstate. But wait — miracles can happen. Just remember to watch out. Success isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.

DPORTS

Clinton’s Nwaogwugwu lands scholarship to Temple

Clinton High School football star David Nwaogwugwu was sitting in the front of a classroom packed with fellow students, each, it seemed, armed with a question for the man of the hour.

Steaks and scandal: Kosher price war leads to lawsuit

Dmitriy Berezovskiy says his landlord and the local rabbinical council are trying to drive his North Riverdale restaurant, K Grill House, out of business — simply because his wife isn’t Jewish.

Green scene

Turning nature into art, that’s Andy Goldsworthy

I no longer remember where and when I first became aware of Andy Goldsworthy and his incredible presence and contributions to environmental art.

HIJAB HEADS UP

A simple scarf is an effective tool for campus cultural communion

The moment Rabea Ali first learned about World Hijab Day, she knew she wanted to do it.

Precinct prepares for body camera roll-out

Body cameras for city patrol officers are coming by the end of 2018 — one year earlier than expected. But officers in the New York Police Department’s 50th Precinct could be seeing such technology as early as April and May.

New eateries coming along West 231st

When Novelty Nachos closed its doors near the corner of West 231st Street and Riverdale Avenue, neighbors mourned the loss of a nearby eatery. But that mourning is now over.