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Capt. Ryan Pierce was named as the new commanding officer of the 50th Precinct in December. more
U.S. Rep. Ritchie Torres refuses to be intimidated after pro-Palestine activists vandalized his Belmont office Christmas Day. That vandalism was in the form of a Nativity scene of a doll covered in red paint and “rubble” meant to symbolize baby Jesus. more
A handful of Kingsbridge merchants are forced to start anew this holiday season, after a fire broke out in the early morning of Dec. 13, engulfing a handful of businesses and leaving those nearby with flooded basements. more
Nearly three months after a 1-year-old Kingsbridge Heights boy tragically died from fentanyl exposure at a Fordham day care, elected officials introduced legislation that would require inspectors to thoroughly inspect the full premises of childcare facilities. more
Charges were announced for the two Westchester men arrested for assaulting a police officer at a Kingsbridge subway station last month. more
Property managers for the five Kingsbridge businesses that were destroyed in an early-morning fire on Dec. 13 say they are awaiting news from the fire department on the cause. That will determine how they will proceed. more
Eva Bental, 99, may have died in her Israeli home on Nov. 20, 2023, but her family in both the United States and their homeland don’t want her Holocaust experiences to die with her. more
A 17-year-old boy was arrested in the 41st Precinct and charged with robbery in connection to a theft that occurred near Van Cortlandt Park in the 50th Precinct on Nov. 11. The unnamed teen allegedly robbed a 24-year-old man at gunpoint in the vicinity of West 242 Street and Broadway. more
The Riverdale Neighborhood House will be location for a unique town hall Saturday, Dec. 3, that will focus on the intersection of the legal system and mental health. more
Marble Hill Houses is among 23 NYCHA apartment buildings that are part of $24.1 million in safety and security upgrades, the New York City Housing Authority announced Monday. more
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