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Stagg Group is filling its neighbors’ stockings with coal this holiday season as pounding and drilling at a Kingsbridge construction site is expected to continue into the new year. more
The long nightmare has ended — at least as far as Democrats in the state senate are concerned. more
Susan Wolfe wants to be your matchmatcher. But it’s not quite for the reason you might think. more
Pet owners who have demanding jobs but see their dogs as essential members of the family have long felt guilty about leaving their four-legged companions home alone, traditionally turning to neighbors or kennels to look after them. more
Make black count.Support black liberation — Free Assata Shakur, Free Sundiata Acoli. African Liberation Day. With posters like these, the mood of the black power movement comes to life in the “Power in Print” exhibition at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem. more
It all started because Haley Coopersmith wanted to get out of the city. more
Think Riverdale Avenue needs to go on a “road diet”? Community Board 8’s traffic and transportation committee doesn’t think so. more
As Rabbi Levi Shemtov looked over the crowd of nearly 500 people last December, he was “amazed” by the diversity of the group. more
The Skyview-on-the-Hudson community welcomed its newest residents, the children of slain police officer Miosotis Familia, after the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation, a Staten Island nonprofit, along with The New York Daily News and Skyview Apartments LLC, raised nearly $900,000 to buy the Familia children a new co-op just in time for Christmas. more
When Alycya Miller moved into 1 Marble Hill Ave., a dozen years ago, she never thought she’d have to battle the building’s management company over piles of garbage, roaches in hallways and washing machines, and feral cats. more
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