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The building that houses the Van Cortlandt Jewish Center, a modern Orthodox synagogue in Van Cortlandt Village, is on the market, according to its board chair Jack Kleinfeld. more
Mark your calendar in September. That’s when its residents and electeds expect to get some answers about Overlook Manor. more
The teen charged with gunning down Angellyh Yambo, formerly of Riverdale, in a random shooting in April 2022 has changed his plea to guilty in her murder. He now faces 15 years to life. more
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
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
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
As asylum seekers seek shelter, they might have imagined what a safe haven might look like in the United States. New York City was not one of them; it was probably their worst nightmare. They sleep on the street under the beating heat or take shelter in buses capable of holding 15 people. more
Tolls are increasing throughout the city later this month. But it is about to get a lot cheaper for Bronx residents. And this time, the long-promised toll rebate seems it will really happen. more
There is nobody to take the books from the now closed Catholic school once known as Saint Gabriel. more
Mayor Eric Adams’ idea of bringing World Cup cricket to Van Cortlandt Park next year has met with some resistance following an emergency Community Board 8 meeting July 20. more
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