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The 2024 Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup will not take place at Van Cortlandt Park after all. Instead it is now destined to be at another park in New York state: Eisenhower Park in East Meadow, Long Island. more
People talked about several things last Thursday. The first heat wave of September hit, Hurricane Lee intensified to Category 5 in the Atlantic, Donald Trump’s indictments, Jimmy Fallon’s toxic workspace and it was the first day of school. more
The community can now stop worrying about the development of a homeless shelter by Stagg Group at 435 W. 238th St. near Waldo Avenue. Now, it might become permanent housing for migrant families. more
Members of the Bronx Council for Environmental Quality and the Harlem River Working Group are learning about the politics of what it will take to get the Tibbetts Brook daylighting/Putnam greenway extension completed. more
Usually when you’re at a Starbucks, a visit from a furry creature with a bushy tail and black fur around its eyes is not on the menu, but for customers at a Riverdale Starbucks it apparently was. This one was a raccoon. more
“Somebody once said the rain represents the tears,” Riverdale resident and accomplished poet and author Beth SK Morris told a crowd of soaked people Monday at the Endor Community Garden and 9/11 Memorial. The more than 30 people who showed up in the thunder storm at 5 p.m. for the annual Sept. 11 memorial services led by Laura and Rob Spalter certainly could attest to the fact there were many tears shed Monday. They honored the lives of the 24 people from greater Riverdale, including first responders, who died on 9/11 with Laura Spalter reading off their names followed by a moment of silence. more
Following the failure of Signature Bank last March, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. has announced has begun the process of selling its $33 billion commercial real estate loan portfolio. more
Walking down the Putnam Greenway, which now connects with the Empire State Trail deep in Van Cortlandt Park, was part of the New York Central Railroad before it was a greenway. more
When the New York Central Railroad began to build its railway through the northwest Bronx in the 1870s, it did so by receiving an easement to use the property to carry its trains. more
Usually when you see blood it is a cause for alarm and apprehension. That was not the case last Sunday at the Hebrew Institute of Riverdale where people donated more than 100 pints of blood by the end of the day. more
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