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What started off as an exhibition exploring the impact of the film noir genre has developed into ... more
Councilmember Andrew Cohen joined Assemblywoman Amy Paulin last week in Albany to push for legislation that would ban teenagers less than 18 years of age from getting married.  Under current … more
Eleven young people, ages 14 to 20, stood at full attention in the muster room in the back of the 50th precinct house, as their drill sergeant asked them a simple … more
Most college basketball players have some sort of pregame ritual they go through before the ball tips off on game day. Some toss on the headphones and get lost in their music, while others may spend … more
Students at the College of Mount Saint Vincent are concerned that a plan to offer free tuition at city and state colleges would come at the expense of small independent schools such as theirs. A … more
How would you rate the streets in Riverdale and Fieldston? According to the city’s Independent Budget Office, the area is the second-worst for road quality in the Bronx and comes in 185th among … more
On the evening of Feb. 20 at a bus stop on 259th Street and Riverdale Avenue, riders waited more than 40 minutes for a Manhattan-bound Bx7 bus. When one finally arrived, the bus with a Bx7 sign … more
Parents and alumni of the Visitation School, which has operated for more than three quarters of a century, expressed shock and disbelief at the announcement by the New York Archdiocese it will be … more
Instead of heading to their first-period class right after breakfast, students at the AmPark Neighborhood School (P.S. 344) in Van Cortlandt Village … more
A man was severely injured when a car struck him on Johnson Avenue near W. 238th Street on Feb. 15, police have confirmed. The man was lying on the street as police and ambulances rushed to the … more
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