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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
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
Louise and Ben Warren are enjoying their retirement in Van Cortlandt Village, depending on supplementary insurance from Medicare and Medicaid. more
The recent decision by President Donald Trump to phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program — or DACA, as it’s commonly called — have left schools like Lehman College taking a proactive stance as it works to support students. more
It’s likely impossible to forget the contributions Andrew Sandler made to the north Bronx. But just in case, Councilman Andrew Cohen is proposing a simple solution — naming a corner near one of his favorite pubs in Sandler’s memory. more
Community Board 8 has had its chance to speak about a proposed transitional housing facility at 5731 Broadway, but now it’s the homeless services department’s turn. more
Community Board 8’s poor attendance at various committee meetings this past year hasn’t gone unnoticed, especially when it comes to the man who put them there: Bronx borough president Ruben Diaz Jr. more
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Skyview-on-the-Hudson is not putting out the welcome mat for the Hebrew Home of Riverdale. more
Students, faculty and staff at the College of Mount Saint Vincent are taking a stand against Donald Trump. more
Councilman Fernando Cabrera is in the driver’s seat to serve a third and final term in city council after beating challengers Randy Abreu and Felix Perdomo in Tuesday’s primary. more
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