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People shop along Riverdale Avenue during the May 15 North Riverdale Block Party. The Riverdale Main Streets Alliance spearheaded the event as a way of honoring and supporting the businesses, restaurants and stores that have remained open after the coronavirus pandemic. more
Rose Rodriguez has been named vice president and director of government affairs, for the Kingsbridge branch of Ponce Bank. more
U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez endorsed a slate of candidates running for Assembly, including Jessica Altagracia Woolford, who hopes to defeat Jeffrey Dinowitz for his long-held seat representing Riverdale, Kingsbridge, and parts of Norwood and Wakefield. more
Ardina Seward first saw the assembly of shopping carts belonging to homeless occupants late last month on West 236th Street and Broadway in Kingsbridge. more
Travelers who ride on Metro-North’s Hudson Rail Link bus line might have a longer commute if the city’s transportation department goes forward with the proposed Riverdale Avenue Road redesign this summer. more
A former New York City Housing Authority employee was sentenced to 12 years in prison for shooting a building superintendent who had written him up for a job infraction, according to the Bronx District Attorney’s office. more
Angel Hernandez rounds up the ‘troops’ May 14 with his megaphone in hand to ‘storm’ Marble Hill and claim it for the Bronx, an annual rite residents do to rile up their Manhattan neighbors. This year’s march from Keenan’s Bar & Grill was the first live event since the pandemic hit in 2020. more
Like many residents of Kingsbridge Heights, Margaret Groarke noticed an overwhelming amount of cracked or long planks supporting utility poles in her neighborhood. Con Edison tells Groarke and her neighbors not to worry. more
Sister Norma Pimentel, executive director for Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley, delivered congratulatory remarks and received honorary degrees at Manhattan College’s 2022 commencement exercises Wednesday. more
While under the stress of completing their Regents, final exams and mentally preparing for college, high school seniors can now attend prom without a worry. more
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