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Times are tough upstate. But wait — miracles can happen. Just remember to watch out. Success isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. more
In their tiny aprons, the toddlers moved through their work as though they had been baking for decades. more
The New York City St. Patrick’s Day Parade Foundation is taking its community outreach a step further with three partial scholarships to three different students who demonstrate educational distinction. more
Manhattan College’s student-run newspaper The Quadrangle recently elected Taylor Brethauer as its new editor-in-chief. more
Lehman College junior Sharon Lee received the “Best Essay” award and a prize of $1,000 in the K.Y. & Noelle Chynn 2017 CUNY Ethics and Morality Essay Contest. more
When Novelty Nachos closed its doors near the corner of West 231st Street and Riverdale Avenue, neighbors mourned the loss of a nearby eatery. But that mourning is now over. more
Body cameras for city patrol officers are coming by the end of 2018 — one year earlier than expected. But officers in the New York Police Department’s 50th Precinct could be seeing such technology as early as April and May. more
Dmitriy Berezovskiy says his landlord and the local rabbinical council are trying to drive his North Riverdale restaurant, K Grill House, out of business — simply because his wife isn’t Jewish. more
Living in 3045 Godwin Terrace has been an ongoing nightmare for Ileana Mercado. more
Political activist, comedian, actor … and cab driver? John McDonagh is the true embodiment of the New York hustle. And his one-man show, “Off the Meter, On the Record” is a comedic testament to his 40-year career as a cab driver. more
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