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The City Council unanimously approved Councilman Eric Dinowitz’s bill on Jan. 19 to develop and manage a program to assist students with disabilities who are seeking to go to college. more
To the editor: I am in my 25th year as a professor of counselor education — school and clinical mental health counseling — at CUNY’s Lehman College. It’s also the end of my first year as a 10471 resident. more
Nurses left their patients’ bedsides on Monday morning at two major hospitals in New York City and took to the streets as they made good on a promise to strike after contract negotiations fell apart. more
A state-licensed cannabis dispensary is coming to Kingsbridge near Broadway and West 231st Street, the state Office of Cannibis Management has informed Community Board 8. The retail space is in line to become one of 150 new dispensaries the state Dormitory Authority plans to complete across the state. more
Councilwoman Carmen De La Rosa, whose district covers Marble Hill and upper Manhattan, finally introduced a bill on Jan. 4 to clear the way for Mayor Eric Adams’ push to move thousands of the city’s retirees to a cost-savings privatized health care plan. more
Despite growing opposition to her Court of Appeals chief judge pick, Gov. Kathy Hochul has continued to strongly defend Justice Hector LaSalle. But her unwavering position has pitted her against some of her strongest allies in labor. Leaders of three unions rallied in the Capitol recently to let the governor know that if she doesn’t make things right, she can’t count on their support. more
In 2007, I began my career as a New York City public school special education teacher right here in the Bronx. more
Community Board 8 plans on reaching out to its neighboring community boards to press the New York city parks department for more law enforcement within Van Cortlandt Park, the third largest city park. more
The New York City Districting Commission recently published online the new city council district maps, which will be in place for the next decade. Over the course of eight months, the commission spent more than 100 hours redrawing lines after having received more than 13,000 submissions from the public and hosting 20 public meetings. more
To the editor: Illegal parking by commercial trucks: They are all over the Bronx and are cropping up more and more at every turn. more
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