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In all his 92 years, Jerry Schneider had never done much volunteering. The retired accountant never considered himself much of an outgoing person. Plus, he was quite devoted to his wife of 50 years, Francine. more
Janet Rothholz might make masks in her spare time, but she’s not hiding behind one. more
Walkers and wheelchairs should not stop anyone from having a good time. more
From his many years as a finance and economics professor at Columbia Business School, to his role in ensuring the long-time future of Wave Hill — it’s hard to look anywhere in the community and not see something positive David Beim played a role in creating or preserving. more
It was a chance encounter on the street that led Joanne Lehman to become an artist. more
Racquetball at The Riverdale Y is on its last serve. A dozen or so dedicated players learned in April that the Arlington Avenue facility will repurpose the spacious court into what administrators believe will be a more lucrative use. more
Growing up, Deborah Kahan Kolb knew the stories of what her grandparents endured during the Holocaust. more
Bernice King may have been clearly one of the oldest people living in this part of the Bronx, but she also was one of the feistiest. more
A developer overseeing what some critics describe as a rather disruptive construction project has one state lawmaker living nearby quite peeved. more
Call it love at first bark. As Beth Marchand approached a mobile pet adoption van parked outside a Petco on Sunday, Muenster the 1-year-old shih tzu mix affectionately leapt onto her. more
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