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As New York City public school students have gotten acclimated to shedding the COVID masks, there has been some disappointing news in a neighboring Bronx county. The county of Westchester is experiencing a surge in COVID omicron subvariant cases. more
Hasnie Ahmetaj has responded to emergency medical calls in this part of Bronx for the past three years. She’s shocked hearts back to life in Kingsbridge. She’s revived patients who couldn’t breathe in Spuyten Duyvil. She’s treated dozens and dozens of COVID-19 victims in the back of an ambulance as it sped along Riverdale Avenue.  more
Eric Adams wants to spend so much time focused on parks, some might mistake him for Robert Moses — at least the good qualities of that New York City icon. And the mayor will do that through a new leadership team pulled from the outer boroughs. more
Usually it’s the first half of winter commonly known as the season of giving. But that hasn’t stopped the Association of Riverdale Cooperatives & Condominiums from creating its own season of giving, with several of its member buildings the beneficiaries. more
It doesn’t matter if the court is conservative or liberal — Teachers wanting to work in the classroom are going to need a vaccine shot. Maybe two. The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected yet another attempt by some educators to skip vaccine requirements on campus, citing a religious exemption. more
Face masks in New York City public schools could be history this time next week. more
With each step, with every angle, this year’s orchid show at the New York Botanical Garden is designed for visitors to envision themselves in a vibrant floral kaleidoscope. more
When believers think of a place to worship, they likely imagine a beautiful, peaceful temple visitors can pray at and enjoy. For many who attend services at St. Stephen’s United Methodist Church in Marble Hill, that’s typically what they’d get. more
Imagine breakfast without milk. As time moves on for Anthony Del Orbe, the harder it gets to manage a 13-hour shift at the Marble Hill food pantry. more
There was a lot of uncertainty when the coronavirus pandemic first erupted in the United States some two years ago. But one question, in particular, stood out to Gustavo Rivera in those early days. more
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