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A new year is typically chock-full with the promise of change, and city libraries are not immune. more
The city’s known for its nonstop nightlife scene. But the nocturnal revelry rumbling at Barcelona Bites on West 242nd Street appears to be more than some neighbors are willing to put up with. more
Jamira Rogers is a no-nonsense senior at Advanced Math & Science, one of the New Visions Charter High Schools on the JFK campus. Marc Reyes is a soft-spoken junior at the David A. Stein … more
Scaffolding for repair work outside the Ft. Independence Houses has made the area so dark, one visually impaired resident said she waits outside at night until someone can help her enter the … more
Call it love at first bark. As Beth Marchand approached a mobile pet adoption van parked outside a Petco on Sunday, Muenster the 1-year-old shih tzu mix affectionately leapt onto her. more
The soggy solstice of this so-far freakish winter has been wet, wild and odd, with unnervingly mild temperatures, impetuous winds, buckets of rain — and for some Sedgwick Avenue residents, a massive felled tree that tore down wires and fractured utility poles, to boot. more
Saving what some claim is one of the original Bronx apartment buildings is what motivated more than 100 people to show up to Thursday's land use committee meeting at Conservative Synagogue Adath Israel of Riverdale — but what had many neighbors the most concerned was whether demolition crews at 2395 Palisade Ave., were properly disposing of the potentially lethal material, asbestos. more
It already has more than 200 locations across 26 states, but American Family Care didn’t have to look far to open its newest urgent care facility. The “one-stop shop” officially opened its doors at 5546 Broadway just after Veterans Day, providing veterans with free flu shots. more
As the children gathered around the activity table, a little boy — whose tiny hands were already covered in a mysterious glop — screamed, “Let’s do this!” more
In a year, everything had changed for Robert Wollman. It started with walking trouble. But by March, Bob discovered the problem was much deeper than old age. more
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