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Councilman Eric Dinowitz discussed education, housing, mental health, and literacy funding with residents at a budget forum last Thursday at Mosholu Montefiore Community Center. more
Several local cricket leagues and clubs have sent out a letter to Mayor Eric Adams and Bronx Borough President Vanessa Gibson regarding the proposal of a 34,000-seat cricket stadium in Van Cortlandt Park as part of a plan for hosting the 2024 T20 Cricket World Cup. more
The 50th Precinct’s new commanding officer said she was proud to see the turnout of community members joining with officers to stand against crime last week in the annual National Night Out. more
Mayor Eric Adams’ proposed budget cuts for older adult centers and home-delivered meals has left many in Riverdale upset. It was previously announced that $12 million would be cut from the New York City department for the aging budget causing some older adult centers to fear that they would have to close or limit services. more
Three of the men sentenced to 25 years for plotting to blow up two Riverdale synagogues in 2009 and shoot down military planes at a Newburgh airport as part of an FBI sting are being released by the same judge who issued the original sentence in 2011. more
A pair of robots from the Bronx High School of Science that weigh about 125 pounds and are controlled by a simple X-Box remote control showed off their abilities earlier this year during a New York city competition. And came away with some awards. more
Two men are being sought by the New York Police Department in connection to nine separate robberies between June and July. Of the nine incidents, one took place in the 52nd Precinct, two took place in the 47th Precinct, another two in the 49th Precinct, and four in the 50th Precinct. more
A party was held last Sunday at the plaza on Kappock Street and Knolls Crescent in celebration of a 14-year-old community garden started by Rita Freed. It was a celebration of the volunteers and all the hard work they’ve done to cultivate and clean the garden. more
Shelley Johnson promises to bring the highest quality education to the School of Health and Professions as the new dean of health and professions at Manhattan College. She started that job July 15. more
Joan McKiernan’s plastic compost box was bursting at the seams in her Liebig Avenue backyard last year. She wasn’t sure what to do. So, she asked her gardener for some advice. more
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