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Salanter Akiba Riverdale Academy said it fired an associate principal arrested Sept. 14 on criminal charges he tricked a 14-year-old boy into sending him sexually explicit images. more
Four masked burglars and one sledgehammer had a big night. The owners of three businesses had a miserable morning. more
Everybody should know the foundations of a good education — reading, writing, arithmetic and bees. At least that’s the case at the Kingsbridge Heights Community Center. more
Ever feel like there’s no money left over after paying bills? Ever wonder where your checks go after you stick them in the mail? A Kappock Street resident wondered that, too, until a few … more
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has signed a bill into law aimed to make law enforcement and first responders safer when responding to emergency calls. more
When trying to land that first job of a successful career, anything putting that recent college grad ahead of the pack can be invaluable. more
School started again Sept. 5 for New York City’s more than 1 million students — and that’s just in the public schools — bringing life back to some 2,000 campuses. more
Michelle Frick was the only one in the hospital who could see the bird. It was just a decade ago Frick was on one of her regular trips to the hospital for various surgeries needed by both her son and husband. more
The city’s transportation department is moving forward quickly with a plan to add a bus lane on the southbound side of Broadway between West 225th and West 230th streets, prompting mixed reactions from neighbors who already believe traffic is a serious issue. more
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