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The furor continues, and it’s been a long time coming. And yet, when the city’s transportation department was called to task, the agency was nowhere to be found. more
The ever-growing number of empty storefronts is an issue New York City has struggled with for years. And the months-long shutdowns that came with the coronavirus pandemic last year certainly didn’t help. more
Mary Serri is frustrated. Like many at 2727 Palisade Ave., she is not happy with two sidewalks the city’s transportation department constructed back in 2019. Not that she doesn’t want space for the community to walk, but because she blames those very sidewalks for flood after flood in recent months. more
Elon Musk may have never heard of Riverdale, but it’s clear the influence of the electric car pioneer has finally reached this corner of the Bronx. more
More than a foot of snow fell on New York City since late Sunday night, shutting down a number of services. But as a new day dawns Tuesday, it seems some normalcy is returning. more
It was about mid-day on Aug. 4 when lights started to flicker out across New York City. Tropical Storm Isaias, the ninth named storm of the 2020 hurricane season, flooded streets and sidewalks, and downed trees and power lines with winds upward of 50 mph. more
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is not happy with how some of the utility companies like Con Edison performed in response to Tropical Storm Isaias. So he’s proposing new legislation he says will hurt utilities where it counts if they don’t perform as expected. more
It was a bug that no one could see, unless you were looking for it. And even then, the only place you would find it was in computer software. more
Costs of living in New York City are high, and that’s no secret. Rent is expensive. Groceries are expensive. Taxes are expensive. more
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