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Like the late Betty Campbell-Adams, the namesake of the Community Board 8 annual most valuable merchant award, this year’s honorees have followed with the same work ethic. more
It was a little after 4 p.m. on July 1, 1971, when Bill Schleicher walked into the 43rd Street office of The New York Times, carrying a camera and extra rolls of film. more
A Lehman College professor has devised a method to generate truly random numbers. Many lay people may think why is that so important. Consider the use of lasers in our every day life. They are based on the use of random numbers. more
Several families seeking asylum in the city-operated shelter at Van Cortlandt Motel have spoken out against poor living conditions there. These alleged conditions include bed bugs, mice, nauseous smells, moldy ceilings, an abundance of food being unnecessarily thrown out, and abusive management. more
A judge has ordered a stop to the plan to kick a quarter-million retirees off their current Medicare plan and on to the Aetna Medicare Advantage Plan. more
A 16-year-old boy has been arrested and charged with attempted murder following a stabbing of a 32-year-old man that occurred earlier this month, police said.  more
Gov. Kathy Hochul, Mayor Eric Adams and other local elected and economic development officials opened a new chapter for the Kingsbridge Armory Tuesday. And it comes with $200 million in city and state funding. more
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
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