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Mark Stagg wants to be part of the solution. On his way to building properties throughout the Bronx — including his two latest projects along the North Riverdale portion of Broadway — the White Plains native aims to make inclusion a part of his life’s work in real estate. more
Tucked just behind the tennis courts at Seton Park, a small cave sits vandalized and covered in litter. But this little rock structure is more than just a cave — it’s a grotto. And it’s been there longer than the Spuyten Duyvil park itself. more
Summer is the season for kids to have fun. At least that’s something everyone could probably agree on in a world where finding common ground isn’t that easy. more
If you’re going to rob a store where you were employed, it’s probably best to do whatever you can to hide your identity. more
State lawmakers are feverishly trying to extend the state’s eviction moratorium as the Aug. 31 expiration date protecting renters financially during the coronavirus pandemic looms. more
It’s been a little more than two years since the Metropolitan Transportation Authority stopped taking coins on its express buses, relegating riders to MetroCards or using the MTA’s touchless OMNY payment system. more
After the Jan. 6 insurrection attempt against the U.S. Capitol, the House of Representatives wasted no time filing articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump for a second time, even though they knew the U.S. Senate wouldn’t start the trial until after the Republican executive returned home to Florida. more
Tropical Storm Henri made landfall just after noon near Westerly, Rhode Island. At the same time, the National Weather Service has canceled the tropical storm warning for much of the rest of the Northeast, including the Bronx. But forecasters are now looking at how a tropical depression version of the storm stalling over the New York-Connecticut border could wreak its own havoc, creating significantly more rain than expected. more
Low-income families aren’t seeing the economic help from the government they once did, according to the city’s Independent Budget Office. And that can be bad, because this is when many of them may need it most. more
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority says it’s committed to speeding up buses as New York works to find itself on the other side of the coronavirus pandemic. And it’s unveiling a multi-pronged approach state officials say will make it happen. more
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