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What started off as an exhibition exploring the impact of the film noir genre has developed into ... 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
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
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
When a man built a rickety shack in a wooded strip of land near where Johnson Avenue meets Kappock Street and settled there, neighbors began complaining about a homeless man living in their Spuyten … more
Bubbly laughter rang through the backstage of Lehman College’s Lovinger Theatre during a production of Lion King Jr. by a troupe from ... more
Buses plowed through the snow-covered streets on the northwest Bronx with “not in service” signs, a few pedestrians struggled against the stinging wind, and schools were closed for the … more
The first major snowstorm of 2017 hit New York City today. By mid-afternoon, winter storm Niko had brought up to 14 inches of snow, According to a statement … more
A plume of smoke and the smell of burning rubber filled the air on W. 238th Street as the a white Mercedes-Benz careened onto the sidewalk and hit a power pole after its driver suffered an apparent … more
On a cold, rainy Thursday night last November, a half dozen commuters huddled inside a bus stop shelter, waiting for the Bx7 to arrive—and the wait stretched into an hour, even as other buses … more
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