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Tess Cohen, a former prosecutor and now criminal defense and civil rights attorney, says if elected as district attorney she will steer in a different direction from the incumbent Darcel Clark. more
Riverdale’s newest residents are settling into their leafy surrounds at the Van Cortlandt Motel — a safe haven, for now, they hope, while they apply for asylum and seek authorization to work legally in the United States. more
After several meetings to determine who would be hired as district manager, Community Board 8’s search committee found one candidate that stood out from the rest: Farrah Kule Rubin. more
Finding recreational vehicles in the northwest Bronx parked overnight has become a game of whack-a-mole. more
Not a single hand rose in opposition or abstention to hiring Farrah Kule Rubin as the new district manager for Community Board 8 on Tuesday, May 9. Following a discussion in executive session, her hiring was approved. more
Two back-to-back protests are indicative of the growing tensions at the site of a proposed charter middle school. more
Half a dozen guards from A&H Security have been standing sentry at the Van Cortlandt Motel as workers buzz around them, piling mattresses in the driveway in recent weeks and stretching yellow caution tape across the entrance. A sign taped to the window last Wednesday read, “Sorry no rooms available,” and another sheet of paper next to it said, “DHS Office,” directing guests to the side door around the corner. more
After a long wait filled with many debates Gov. Kathy Hochul signed and approved a $229 billion state budget. But as expected there were compromises from all parties involved. more
Houses, villages, and enterprises destroyed. Families torn apart where children were abducted. More than 300,000 casualties. Ukraine still suffers, more than 420 days since the Russians first invaded their country. more
The New York Senate confirmed Rowan Wilson 40-19 last week to lead the Court of Appeals. “Today is a historic day for New York,” Speaker Adrienne Adams said in a statement, “as the Honorable Rowan D. Wilson has been confirmed to become New York’s first Black Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals. His elevation to Chief Judge will help balance our court at the highest level towards equity and progress.” more
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