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Marble Hill threw a block party Saturday to celebrate the 60th anniversary of its oldest Black-owned business and honor its venerable proprietor, Rosey Spivey. more
Harry Wilson doesn’t have the most recognizable name among those running for governor — in either party. But then again, as the self-proclaimed turnaround expert might say, maybe he should. more
There aren’t many people who can say they’ve come close to beating Andrew Cuomo — especially at the height of the former governor’s popularity. But Rob Astorino can. more
When he first ran for president in 2008, Barack Obama took a lot of flak from opponents over his college days as a “community organizer” — work that has never been easy to define. more
The 7,000-square-foot baronial home of the late Gerard Bloomfield in the Fieldston Historic District has sold for $4 million to an anonymous buyer through a limited liability corporation registered in New York. more
Following months of lawsuits and court challenges, the redistricting dust has finally settled and the newly drawn Congressional district lines are in place.  more
It seems like everywhere you go in greater Riverdale, you can’t avoid a construction site. more
In May, average rent in the Bronx increased 2.24 percent from $2,187 to $2,236, according to New York real estate platform MNS’s latest Rental Market Report. more
An individual broke into Jerusalem Cafe & Grill located at 5983-B Broadway on the morning of June 12 around 3 by entering the rear window of the establishment, according to the owner of the … more
Tom Suozzi’s path to the governor’s mansion won’t be an easy one — especially since he’ll have to win a June 28 Democratic primary that includes a popular incumbent, fellow Democrat Kathy Hochul. more
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