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A fourth person was charged Thursday with federal crimes in connection to the Sept. 15 death of a 1-year-old from the effect of fentanyl at a Kingsbridge Heights day care center. more
A “bi-partisan community rally” led by Curtis Sliwa in front of former Manhattan College dorm Overlook Manor over it potentially turning into a shelter for asylum seekers, was perhaps anything but non-partisan as two sides stood opposite each other in the rain last Sunday in a war of words. more
The 50th Precinct is searching for a man who is allegedly connected to five different robberies in the 47th, 50th, and 52nd precincts. All five incidents involve a man on a motorcycle/moped stealing from women 24 to 52. more
A 44-year-old man died after being stabbed multiple times throughout his body Sept. 12 in front of 130 W. 228th St. in Marble Hill, police have reported. more
In 2006, Yaneley Henriquez stared at her newborn baby, a beautiful girl with chubby cheeks, little toes, and the perfect vision of life. She was the princess Henriquez always wanted. Her name, Angellyh, meant “an angel.” And she was destined to do great things. But those dreams were shattered on April 8, 2022. more
Two arrests have been made following the death of a 1-year-old boy and two unconscious children found at a Fordham day care center last Friday. more
With grand larceny autos up about 19 percent this year, Mayor Eric Adams last week announced a plan to combat such thefts. Most of that spike is partially credited to the social media “Tik-Tok Auto Theft Challenge.” more
The community can now stop worrying about the development of a homeless shelter by Stagg Group at 435 W. 238th St. near Waldo Avenue. Now, it might become permanent housing for migrant families. more
Usually when you’re at a Starbucks, a visit from a furry creature with a bushy tail and black fur around its eyes is not on the menu, but for customers at a Riverdale Starbucks it apparently was. This one was a raccoon. more
“Somebody once said the rain represents the tears,” Riverdale resident and accomplished poet and author Beth SK Morris told a crowd of soaked people Monday at the Endor Community Garden and 9/11 Memorial. The more than 30 people who showed up in the thunder storm at 5 p.m. for the annual Sept. 11 memorial services led by Laura and Rob Spalter certainly could attest to the fact there were many tears shed Monday. They honored the lives of the 24 people from greater Riverdale, including first responders, who died on 9/11 with Laura Spalter reading off their names followed by a moment of silence. more
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