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Orsid Realty has taken over as managing agent of The Whitehall as of Feb. 1. The gleaming 23-story luxury rental and co-op building has been managed by Allied Partners since 2018. more
In the depths of Truman High School’s concrete basement, DeWitt Clinton’s boys basketball team was looking to extend its 10-game winning streak. They were up against William C. Bryant’s Owls, who put together a spirited effort to try and meet Clinton’s physical style of pressure basketball. Ultimately, the Governors dominated the Owls, 73-35. more
Everyone who knows Emmanuel “Emmy” Andújar has one tragic day in April of 2012 forever etched in their minds. It was the day Andújar, a former Manhattan College basketball star, lost his brother, Jose, to an unthinkable tragedy, leaving him speechless. more
An eight-foot construction fence has gone up around 160 Van Cortlandt. S., concealing the dilapidated former Catholic Church of the Visitation, rectory, and parochial school from view. Real estate investment firm Tishman Speyer is aiming to start construction on a 340-unit affordable housing development on the property sometime this year, but the project is falling behind schedule. more
Representatives from the state cannabis management office visited Community Board 8’s public safety committee last Tuesday to deliver a crash course on the state’s tiered system for issuing recreational adult use cannabis licenses. more
Nurses at Montefiore Medical Center and Mount Sinai last week ratified three-year contracts with the hospitals after a three-day strike ended Jan. 12. Mount Sinai nurses represented by the New York State Nurses Association voted on Jan. 18 and Montefiore nurses voted on Friday. more
Maureen “Whitey” Kelly (nee Carey) passed away surrounded by her family on Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2023. She was 58. more
An early morning sunrise at the intersection of West 240th Street and Greystone Avenue ushered in the first day of winter. Although this season has been cold, there has been nearly any snow in Riverdale or New York City. more
The Bronx has only four neighborhood loading zones in three neighborhoods. That number would nearly double if the city’s transportation department proposal to add two such zones in Marble Hill is approved. They would be the first in the northwest Bronx. more
At least one local elected, a union and a community organization applauded a state committee’s rejection of Democratic Gov. Kathy Hochul’s chief judge nominee in a narrow vote last week. more
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