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Union members of SEIU 32BJ are ready to strike after learning the contract they bargained for last year is being terminated by the Bronx Realty Advisory Board. more
Ruth Gottesman brought tears of joy to her audience at the Montefiore Health System’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine on Monday — and won a standing ovation — with a single sentence. more
Anyone trying to make their way along Sedgwick Avenue and some of the surrounding streets near the Jerome Park Reservoir should get ready for a mess. Con Edison has taken over large chunks of Kingsbridge Heights and Van Cortlandt Village through what the utility describes as “emergency work” that started a few weeks ago. more
The Johnson Diner & Bar will open in the middle of March replacing the Riverdale staple Blue Bay Restaurant, which had been there since the 1960s until it closed in 2022. more
In a what was once quiet corner of Spuyten Duyvil, residents have been experiencing high levels of noise pollution for well over a year. Three lots located on Arlington Avenue and Netherland Avenue between West 232nd Street have been under construction for up to eight hours a day every weekday. more
Police are searching for three male robbers who allegedly robbed a 21-year-old man last month in Kingsbridge. more
Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz has put his name on two bills that would criminalize disruptive acts of protest. One would make it a misdemeanor if protesters disrupt speakers at an event, while the other would charge protesters who block a public road or bridge with a felony for domestic terrorism. more
One Riverdale resident is one of many SNAP recipients who have reported that the cards they use to access the funds were hacked. The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program is supposed to provide food assistance to low-income city families, seniors and people with disabilities, but those benefits are instead sometimes being stolen by criminal hackers. more
Once a year, Major League Baseball broadcasters from sports radio stations WFAN, in New York City, and WEEI, in Boston, bring their expertise to RiverSpring Living listeners in person. The event, called Hot Stove Talk, is a highly anticipated one for the residents. more
RiverSpring Living COO David V. Pomeranz has been selected the new president and chief executive of RiverSpring Living, effective April 1. Daniel Reingold, the previous president and CEO, will oversee the launch of the 32-acre RiverSpring’s River’s Edge community. more
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