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The facade of the Kingsbridge post office at West 230th Street and Broadway gives way Saturday morning. It’s not clear if it was clipped by a truck or is just falling apart due to age. more
In preparation for last Sunday’s Veterans Day ceremony, students at Manhattan College battled the falling leaves at Memorial Grove to ensure a presentable event. more
When it comes to the volatile national housing market, Riverdale forges its own path. Home sales slowed annually in the third quarter of 2022 for the first time in nearly two years, according to Douglas Elliman’s latest market report. more
An 8-year-old girl from Spuyten Duyvil made a foray into her young writing career by having a poem published in a national kids magazine. more
Mayor Eric Adams is shutting down the Randall’s Island tent shelter he built last month and opening 600 rooms at the Watson Hotel in midtown for immigrants arriving on buses from the southern border instead. more
Car-sharing may be coming to the northwest Bronx at locations near you in the spring. more
U.S. Rep Adriano Espaillat will again accept congressional applications for district high school seniors to U.S. service academies. more
Manhattan College basketball is off to a slow start to the 2022-23 season. The women’s team, ranked second in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Coaches’ Preseason poll, fell three times this week to Wagner, Stony Brook, and Duquesne. more
For the fourth season in a row the College of Mount Saint Vincent’s men’s basketball team has at least one Division One opponent on their schedule. This year’s slate brings them to crosstown Manhattan College and Long Island University. more
A Bronx-based artist typically uses shoes as his canvas of choice, but this time he used nearly 400 square feet of a garbage truck. more
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