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Court Square Real Estate Partners filed for permits Thursday to build a six-story men’s shelter at 6661 Broadway in North Riverdale, anticipating a green light from city homeless services on a $211 million contract with African American Planning Commission Inc., the proposed shelter operator. more
With just one meeting under its belt, the northwest Bronx’s newest political club is already getting a crash course in greater Riverdale democracy after nixing a policy that could have excluded registered Democrats in the area. more
The head of the United Federation of Teachers finally responded to growing pressure from a group of municipal retirees who fear the effects of a health care switch that would save the city and public sector unions millions of dollars a year but offer potentially inferior benefits. more
A father helps his ‘superhero’ son ‘fly’ during the Kingsbridge Heights Community Center’s annual harvest festival. more
Senior captain Dee Dee Davis earned the Coaches’ Poll preseason player-of-the-year title after an exceptional performance in the 2021-22 season. more
The Manhattan College men’s soccer team has their eyes on the prize. And that wasn’t just the No. 3 seed they earned. more
The Fieldston Eagles football season came to an abrupt end Saturday as it lost to the Long Island Lutheran Crusaders, 49-14, in the first round of the playoffs. more
Montefiore Medical Center faces union issues on two fronts in the past week. The nurses union spoke out on staffing shortage and the resident physicians and fellows seek recognition of their union amid staff shortages and Bronx clinic closures. more
Rachel Mesch was observing the Jewish holiday Sukkot on the evening of Oct. 14 on her front porch in Riverdale with family and friends when her small dog, a 12-and-half pound Morkie named Phoebe, dashed towards her neighbor’s yard. Phoebe had just been left off her leash for a moment, and now, uncharacteristically, wasn’t responding to Mesch’s calls. more
The sun streamed cheerily on Van Cortlandt Park on a Friday in late October and a lone catbird called across the parade grounds. more
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