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A $10 million loan program targeted at small to medium-sized businesses in the Bronx was announced last Thursday at the Bronx Kreate Hub by the borough president, local electeds, and economic development leaders. more
Does family history matter when it comes to education? Knowing the right people is a privilege, especially in some elite schools. And it takes a spot away from someone else, which can change the trajectory of their lives. more
Apparently, local elected and cricket leagues are not the only ones opposed to Mayor Eric Adams’ proposed temporary 34,000-seat cricket stadium on the parade ground of Van Cortlandt Park to host the 2024 T20 Cricket World Cup. more
Taking a drive through Riverdale without seeing a sidewalk shed is a lot like taking a walk this time of year and not seeing a spotted lantern fly. In New York City there are almost 9,000 such sheds, with the total linear feet being more than 2 million. That’s the distance to get from Riverdale to Montréal, Canada. more
A judge has ordered a stop to the plan to kick a quarter-million retirees off their current Medicare plan and on to the Aetna Medicare Advantage Plan. more
Gov. Kathy Hochul, Mayor Eric Adams and other local elected and economic development officials opened a new chapter for the Kingsbridge Armory Tuesday. And it comes with $200 million in city and state funding. more
Councilman Eric Dinowitz discussed education, housing, mental health, and literacy funding with residents at a budget forum last Thursday at Mosholu Montefiore Community Center. more
Several local cricket leagues and clubs have sent out a letter to Mayor Eric Adams and Bronx Borough President Vanessa Gibson regarding the proposal of a 34,000-seat cricket stadium in Van Cortlandt Park as part of a plan for hosting the 2024 T20 Cricket World Cup. more
The fatal stabbing of a gay Black man outside a Mobil Gas station in Brooklyn has caused an outpouring of tributes from community members and legislators. more
The 50th Precinct’s new commanding officer said she was proud to see the turnout of community members joining with officers to stand against crime last week in the annual National Night Out. more
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