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The Kingsbridge Library, 291 W. 231st St., has been closed temporarily since Jan. 24 due to emergency repairs, the library’s website states. more
The Lehman Center for Performing Arts continues its 2024 Spring season with merengue music this weekend followed by a variety of performances, including jazz and hip hop, that will last until May. more
Two high school sophomores who live in Riverdale were inspired so much by family and friends who attended the 100-day rally at Central Park marking the first 100 days since the Oct. 7 terrorist attack on Israel that they decided to start a similar effort locally. more
The Archdiocese of New York sold the former site of the Church of the Visitation on Van Cortlandt Park South for $29 million to the New York City School Construction Authority and Tishman Speyer on … more
Nearly 90 percent of the faculty of Manhattan College that took part in a plebiscite last week cast votes of no confidence in President Milo Riverso. The results of the vote, which included 70 percent of the faculty, and documentation explaining the reasoning behind it, were forwarded to the school’s board of trustees and Riverso. more
Community Board 8 members questioned last week whether the stewards at Van Cortlandt House Museum were the right fit for the community. The New York Chapter of the National Society of Colonial Dames has been critiqued for a “lack of programming” and their membership criteria, which some have argued is exclusionary to people of color. more
Merchants of the five West 231st Street businesses destroyed in a fire last December are left devastated as demolition has further erased what once stood. more
During a recent Community Board 8 Parks & Recreation Committee meeting new 50th Precinct Commanding Officer Ryan Pierce provided a window into how the precinct is tackling recent robbery patterns at Van Cortlandt Park. more
On an early October day in 1964 with the Yankees and Cardinals tied 1-1 midway through Game 3 of the World Series my mom sent me to Peter Reeves on 231st Street to get a jar of mayonnaise so she could make me a tuna fish sandwich.  more
Michael Heller announced on Jan. 10 that he is running for re-election as the male member of the New York State Democratic Committee in the 81st Assembly District. more
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