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When it comes to cancer, early detection is key. It’s what motivates Gloria Bauman, a grad student at Manhattan College on a project she hopes will lead the way to even faster detection equipment. more
When Alfred Schwartz looked out the train window as he traveled through Japan, there was simply nothing to see. more
Only at the Riverdale-Yonkers Society for Ethical Culture could you catch a vibe of ethics and java in the same space. more
When it comes to Henry Hudson Park, Daniel Reynolds and Mark Mason — along with their bounty of volunteers — are here to help. more
The West 238th Street elevated train station along Broadway is kicking off winter with a bang of rebuilding. more
Ming Chin celebrated his 100th birthday with his friends at the Riverdale Senior Services a couple weeks ago. more
The Riverdale Y and the math-learning center Mathnasium have been helping students with their schoolwork. more
When it comes to home security, some families face daily uncertainty, especially the families of the Broadway Family Plaza. more
Legionnaires’ may be a deadly disease, but it’s just one more worry amidst a seemingly eternal mountain of plights afflicting the woebegone residents of Fort Independence Houses where words fail to describe shockingly abysmal conditions. more
It could be the bumpiest ride in the Bronx. Roads resembling Swiss cheese are the curse of Riverdale. more
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