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New York is a tenant-friendly state — depending on who you ask. For tenants who deal with the high rising cost of rent in the outer boroughs — it’s not as friendly as many would have you believe. more
For three RiverWalk residents who are Holocaust survivors and a Riverdale rabbi, there are four words that sum up their reaction to Russia’s recent invasion of Ukraine: “v’nahafoch hu” — upside down — and “not again.” more
There has been a lot of construction taking place on Greystone Avenue near West 242nd Street. But the  sudden change of scenery Greystone Manor residents discovered one day in front of their six-section complex was quite unexpected. more
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi stood side by side with U.S. Rep. Jamaal Bowman at Riverdale’s College of Mount Saint Vincent Monday for a half-hour “town hall” to discuss topics ranging from the Russian invasion of Ukraine to the speaker’s working relationship with the congressman. more
The driver whose bus struck and killed political activist Ruth Mullen in Spuyten Duyvil last September did not come to a full stop at a stop sign prior to the accident. more
When Gloria Nixon-Crouch saw the news reports of Russian troops amassing at the Ukrainian border, she feared the worst for the people living there. more
Living on a waterfront property is usually an unlikely dream for many living in New York City – especially if you live in the Bronx. But for those who hope to call Marble Hill home that may soon change. more
At a virtual forum Sunday of all three Democratic candidates for the 81st state Assembly seat, housing, health care, parole reform and climate change were the topics du jour. There was even some discussion about their favorite place to grab a bite to eat in the district. more
Elected officials across the state are joining Gov. Kathy Hochul in calling on the U.S. Treasury Department to dole out $1.6 billion in additional funding to stave off the eviction of 174,000 families in New York. more
Eric Adams wants to spend so much time focused on parks, some might mistake him for Robert Moses — at least the good qualities of that New York City icon. And the mayor will do that through a new leadership team pulled from the outer boroughs. more
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