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Stephen Budihas has retired from the Association of Riverdale Cooperatives & Condominiums. more
Up until she died in 2020, Betty Campbell-Adams has envisioned passing a street sign displaying the words of her husband’s life-long business achievement, “Lloyd’s Carrot Cake Way.” more
A crew of urban foresters paid a visit to Marble Hill last spring. They were on a mission to breathe new life into a pair of barren tree pits on Broadway and West 230th Street. more
New York City residents pay a billion dollars in tax subsidies every year to 17 institutions, according to the Free Admission campaign, with $701.1 million apparently going to free rent. more
Two years ago, Chris Ballerini was heading up to the second floor gym at DeWitt Clinton High School during one of his breaks. New York City was still on tentative lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but Clinton was beginning to bring in some of its students to learn in-person before, eventually, the city would reopen all of its schools. more
About 160 people convened in Vladeck Hall at 74 Van Cortlandt Park South Monday, the historic gathering place for residents of the Amalgamated Houses, to learn about the sub-standard state of their exposed gas pipelines and look for solutions. more
The pride of the British White Star Line left England on Wednesday, April 10, 1912 with 2,228 passengers and crew intent on finding her way to New York City five days later. However, on April 14  she struck an iceberg and found her final destination in the middle of the Atlantic leaving more than 1,500 dead. more
Before automobiles, Van Cortlandt Park was a bucolic place where the only sounds were those of nature in the third-largest park in New York City. more
A cardiac rehabilitation center in Texas has helped a man from Riverdale build up his physical strength. more
Edgehill Church in Spuyten Duyvil opened its doors last Sunday for the first time since it became the new headquarters of the Kingsbridge Historical Society. It is a windfall and an enormous responsibility for a small group of local history buffs who plan to restore and make it into a hive of activity in northwest Bronx. more
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