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The Anti-Defamation League has pulled together 10 New York mayors — led by Bill de Blasio — who have all pledged to fight hate and extremism by signing the Mayors’ Compact to Combat Hate, Extremism and Bigotry. more
Kingsbridge could be rustling up yet another supermarket after more than 40,000 square feet of property on the corner of West 230th Street and Broadway was gobbled up for $14 million. more
Diane Gerber grew up just off the corner of West 234th Street and Tibbett Avenue. In fact, she still lives in her childhood home, where she has done everything from taking her first steps to … more
In an age where information can be sent instantly across the globe through the internet, the idea of relying on the U.S. Postal Service can feel almost comical. Words like “snail mail” are … more
With the help of surveillance cameras and other investigative tools as their disposal, police have made an arrest in connection to a case of what they’re describing as hate vandalism in … more
No story that starts with two strange men in someone’s bedroom ever ends well.  That certainly was the case last week when police say a woman caught two men rummaging through her … more
Louise and Ben Warren are enjoying their retirement in Van Cortlandt Village, depending on supplementary insurance from Medicare and Medicaid. more
With its curved street, houses dotted along the block, and traffic racing through the area, finding parking at 3101 Kingsbridge Terrace is not always easy. more
Ted Miesczanski doesn’t care if he makes money from his books. But he does care that the stories found within their pages are told. more
New York City’s Urban Park Rangers descended upon Van Cortlandt Stadium on a muggy, humid afternoon to not just educate, but showcase predatory birds like the bald eagle and the great horned owl. more
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