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HIRAM ALEJANDRO DURÁN/photos Student veterans stand to be recognized at a luncheon in Manhattan College’s Raymond W. Student Commons building on Nov. 14. One of the students, Chris Norberto, is president of the college’s Student Veterans Organization. more
Lehman College welcomed royalty on Oct. 25. The late queen’s cousin, Prince Richard, a member of the British royal family — known by his title, the Duke of Gloucester — visited the school to reaffirm the commonwealth of students. more
Renters in Albany — they’re just like us. And the New York City Right to Counsel Coalition says they need access to lawyers in housing court, too. more
The Bronx Children’s Museum unveiled its new 13,000-square-foot, sun-drenched home with sweeping views of the Harlem River last week. For the better part of a decade, the Bronx facility has been a “museum without walls,” operating out of a purple bus that roved the borough bringing exhibits to 15,000 Bronx residents annually. It’s been a favorite at Riverdale’s annual RiverFest. more
With antisemitism on the rise in the United States, U.S. Rep. Ritchie Torres returned from a trip to Israel with a new appreciation of the relationship with the Jewish community in the northwest Bronx. more
A Fordham Manor man was shot and later died while driving a car along the Major Deegan Expressway North late Monday afternoon on a stretch that cuts through Van Cortlandt Park, police said. more
Two Bronx political activist organizations, Bend the Arc: Jewish Action Riverdale and The Unity Democratic Club, helped lock in a victory for Democratic Congressman Pat Ryan in the Hudson Valley. more
There were more than 18 million service requests to 311 in fiscal year 2022, according to New York city government data. They ranged from unsanitary conditions, plumbing issues and broken elevators in housing to illegal parking, broken street lamps and abandoned vehicle. There were even a few noise complaints about roosters “cockadoodledooing” too early in the morning. more
Riverdale will be represented during this year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Navy Snell, a third-grader at P.S. 81 Robert J. Christen School, and her mother, Lavasia Minus, of North Riverdale will be on two separate floats Thursday. more
It was persistence on Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz’s part to ensure the pathway near Manhattan College, Kelly Commons building was safe. But even though there is a sign there now warning against the usage of mopeds, it seems like it will take some time to get the word out to drivers. more
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