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Blue Bay Restaurant served their last $12.50 burger deluxe Monday before the curtain dropped on a half century of Riverdale dining at 3533 Johnson Ave. — a neighborhood hub since 1975 when a bacon and egg special with coffee and juice cost just 68 cents. more
Not even a month out of the state’s electoral season and the first move in the city council race, at least in the northwest Bronx, has been made: On Nov. 22 the Benjamin Franklin Reform Democratic club voted unanimously to endorse Eric Dinowitz for another term as the city councilman. more
A man was arrested in connection to a recent shooting outside of a Dunkin’ by the Major Deegan Expressway that left one dead. more
Longtime Bronx Chamber of Commerce chair Joseph Patrick Kelleher of Katonah passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his wife and two children on Nov. 25, 2022. He was 70. more
Hal Dorfman says he loves Riverdale but won’t hesitate to use his feet to walk out of it if car-sharing services are allowed to take up valuable parking spaces. more
While the red wave failed to materialize throughout the country, it did manage to come ashore in New York. Democrats lost almost every competitive Congressional election this cycle, and Republican Lee Zeldin came within five points of Democratic incumbent Gov. Kathy Hochul — one of the closest gubernatorial races in decades. more
A longtime Highbridge resident has been honored by the New York state Office for the Aging for his volunteer work in the Van Cortlandt Park area, where he has been a treasurer with the Van Cortlandt Park Jewish Center. more
Nearly 40 students and three teachers from Elllis Preparatory Academy on the campus of John F. Kennedy High School gave back to nature and the community Nov. 23. The Friends of Spuyten Duyvil in partnership with the New York City parks department cleared out weeds and trails at Spuyten Duyvil Shorefront Park. Students,  shown at left and above, also cared for native trees. Below, some of the wood students cleared from the trails were placed near the Spuyten Duyvil Metro-North station.  more
New Settlement hosted a Thanksgiving giveaway outside their Jerome Avenue community center Nov. 17 in partnership with Gov. Kathy Hochul, New York Sen. Luis Sepulveda, Bronx borough president Vanessa Gibson, city council members Althea Stevens and Pierina Sanchez, and sponsors Ponce Bank and United Way. more
Lehman College participated in an international, 24-hour viral philanthropy challenge, Giving Tuesday. more
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