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With the start of the school year just around the corner, Riverdalian Nina Velazquez will be heading to the West 225th Street Target and other Kingsbridge stores to do her children’s shopping. … more
Robert Harry Silverstein passed away on June 22 after battling cancer. He was 55. Born on February 26, 1959, at Columbia-Presbyterian Hospital to Joseph and Millie Silverstein, Mr. Silverstein … more
A Kingsbridge man accused of killing a man after a dispute on University Avenue is due back in court next week. Jason Delgado, 29, is scheduled to appear back in the Bronx Supreme Court on Sept. … more
After citing the East Bronx law office of state Sen. Co-majority Leader Jeff Klein as an illegal commercial use in a residential zone in 2006, the city’s Department of Buildings (DOB) has now referred the site to its padlock unit — the first step in a long process that could end with the office’s eviction. more
When Petland manager Orlando Marrero heard the news that a Petco was set to arrive at the new mall at 230th and Broadway, not far from his store at 5550 Broadway, he was unfazed.  “It … more
Kathy Soba remembers her classmates’ disbelieving reactions when they heard she had never met anyone who was not black or Hispanic before coming to the High School of American Studies at Lehman … more
Students in the Bronx and the rest of New York City saw slight improvements on state testing this year, according to data released by the state Education Department this month. On Aug. 14, Mayor … more
When Will Sanchez invited one of the co-founders of the Save the Putnam Trail campaign onto his television talk show, he did not expect the appearance would inspire him to make a second show and an … more
Readers of The New York Times were moved by a 2008 piece following a New Jersey man whose wife and children supported his decision to become a woman. Denise Brunner and her wife planned to stay … more
As stores at two new malls on Broadway begin to open for business, residents fear they will bring major traffic problems.   “It’ll be a mess. Nobody is going to be at work on … more
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