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For an area that is fewer than three square miles, greater Riverdale certainly has an outsized number of road construction sites and related safety issues. more
The 2022 state legislative session will be remembered for a lot of things — especially the 10-bill package to close critical gun law loopholes that Gov. Kathy Hochul signed into law following the Buffalo and Uvalde, Texas, mass shootings. more
“Man fatally shot at Kingsbridge home.” “DA indicts homeless man for rape, kidnap.” “Attempted robbery turns violent.” “Driver is carjacked at Vannie golf course.” “Man shot on Broadway.” more
We might not think about it very often, but we blink a lot — as often as 1,200 times an hour. That’s a quick shutter of our eyes about every three seconds. more
It’s likely the eve of the destruction of Roe v. Wade — an act likely to be met with cheers or outrage, depending on which side of the landmark 1973 U.S. Supreme Court abortion case people land on. more
Celestine Chaney, 65. Roberta Drury, 32. Andre Mackneil, 53. Katherine Massey, 72. Margus Morrison, 52. Heyward Patterson, 67. Geraldine Talley, 62. Ruth Whitfield, 86. Pearl Young, 77. And then there was Aaron Salter, a 55-year-old retired police officer. He spent his days after his time on the force greeting customers as they walked into the Tops supermarket in the Masten Park neighborhood of Buffalo. His job was security, and everyone knew him. And he knew everyone. more
Defacing a license plate to avoid paying a toll on bridges and tunnels has not only cost the Metropolitan Transportation Authority some $50 million over a two-year period, but it could also be a big problem for police. more
New York state’s 2022 primary season is now officially a debacle. Due to a state appeals court ruling, candidates running for state senate and congressional seats don’t know what district they could represent, and the voters don’t know what district they live in. more
The announcement that Marble Hill Houses will get much-needed heating upgrades was great news for those living at the public housing complex. more
The rites of spring on college campuses at Division I schools seem to have picked up where they left off from the pre-COVID-19 times: March Madness, spring break and house parties. more
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