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A seemingly nonconformist developer has its eye on a small piece of North Riverdale, but Andrew Cohen is having none of it. more
They held pre-printed signs calling for fairness and a new contract. They chanted. They blew whistles. They marched in a circle. And they let people wanting to get inside the Citadel Rehabilitation and Nursing Center pass through with a smile. more
More than a hundred homes and dozens of businesses were without power for much of the day Sunday in North Riverdale after a manhole fire at West 235th Street and Oxford Avenue. more
Getting from Riverdale to Grand Central Terminal could take less than 30 minutes on Metro-North (compared to a lot longer via bus and subway). But the cost isn’t that great — $6.75, off-peak. Or even worse, $9.25 at peak. more
It started with a favor. But now, more than a decade later, the Tree Army is removing trees, and then some. more
Jenna Lavin has been teaching grand-pliés and soubresauts for nearly two decades.  But this year, her role in shaping the minds of young dancers takes a new routine as the new principal of the pre-professional division of the Ballet Academy East. more
The comics world is mourning the passing of Stan Lee on Monday, and while the Marvel Entertainment legend was born in Manhattan, his growing up really took place in the Bronx. more
Home is where the heart is, even if that home is a temporary one while you get back on your feet. more
It started with what was described as a threat on social media Nov. 15, and continued just a few weeks later when two students were reportedly found to have brought a gun on campus. more
Like college students pulling an all-nighter on a group project, straphangers huddled around roundtables at Christ Church Riverdale with the hopes of reshaping the future of Bronx bussing. more
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