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On a warm Sunday, members of Congregation Tehillah gathered for their spring barbecue at the Riverdale-Yonkers Society for Ethical Culture at 4450 Fieldston Road. A group of students were outside … more
Kismy Tor graduated from Manhattan College Sunday with a degree in mathematics and a minor in computer science. That’s remarkable enough on its own, when you learn that Tor, 23, grew up in a … more
The High School for American Studies at Lehman College has been named the best public high school in the state for the second year in a row. U.S. News & World Report released the rankings May … more
Along with the traditional rites of spring — some tests, an end to winter stir-craziness and perhaps allergies — most public school students go through an annual health assessment to … more
The district manager of a community board wears many hats. He or she fields complaints from residents on issues like sinkholes and uncut grass on city property. Managers liaise with government … more
Marble Hill residents are declaring victory in the fight to keep the neighborhood’s renowned Marble Hill Unisex Salon open. “Number one, we had faith,” longtime proprietor … more
Northwest Bronx Councilman Andrew Cohen is pushing for a bill that would require the city to provide NYPD officers to any public or private school that requests them. He and fellow Bronx … more
1. At 12:05 a.m. on May 12, a 23-year-old waiting for a bus at 2897 Sedgwick Ave. was approached by three young men wearing dark clothing, police said. “Don’t fight,” one of the … more
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