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For little more than a century, ne cede malis — a brief Latin phrase, “yield not to evil,” from Virgil’s epic “The Aeneid” — has, unbeknownst to many Bronx residents, served as the borough’s official motto. more
Over the next couple weeks, the venerable Loeser’s Kosher Deli is looking to make one final mark on the community — it wants to ceremonially rename the northern part of West 231st Street in Kingsbridge after the business. more
Trade wars are never good for anyone, and particularly not for consumers. more
The Ben Franklin Reform Democratic Club meeting ran close to three hours. A part of the story not covered was the pushback from club members in the audience who felt their points of view needed to be heard. more
It’s now been several months of construction down at the Spuyten Duyvil Metro-North station. more
I am 85 years old, and a resident of the Hebrew Home at Riverdale. more
It was 13 years ago in 2005 when New York City completed the purchase of seven remaining private bus operator franchises. This included Liberty Lines Bronx Express, New York Bus Service along with the Green Bus Lines, Jamaica Buses, Triboro Coach Corp., along with Queens Surface, plus Command Bus, providing service in Brooklyn. more
Primary season is soon upon us, and in anticipation of this event, registered Democrats have received two letters from U.S. Rep. Eliot Engel’s challenger, Jonathan Lewis. more
In response to Dennis Donofrio’s positive comments about President Trump, it’s wonderful that Trump is meeting with Kim Jong Un, and wish him luck for the sake of our country. But let us not forget the “character traits” of this president before and after his election. more
I am a Riverdale resident, and attended the May 7 land use committee meeting to voice my support for the River’s Edge continuing care retirement community. more
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