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This week was a solemn one in the Surfside community just outside of Miami. Estelle Hedaya was the 98th and final victim of a condominium building collapse last month that still has building officials there puzzled on how it happened. more
City officials aren’t afraid to pass the buck, but could they go as far as passing the wall? It seems so, at least according to a Fieldston doctor who says the city’s buildings department has harassed him about a crumbling wall along the Henry Hudson Parkway East service road. The problem? Alan Rosenthal says the wall is not his. more
The debate over the existence of man-made climate change is all but settled — 97 percent of climate scientists agree on this, according to NASA. And for the past few years, many policymakers — especially of the Democratic persuasion — have called it an existential threat. more
This part of the Bronx has been without representation on the city council since Andrew Cohen resigned at the end of last year so he could become a Bronx Supreme Court judge. more
In the days leading up to his swearing in as one of Washington’s newest congressmen, Jamaal Bowman knew there would be a lot of fight ahead of him advancing his progressive ideals. He just didn’t expect it to actually be a physical fight. more
Five-year-old Rachel Deadman could not bring herself to draw a picture of a scene after the bombing in Oklahoma City. Instead, she chose the moment just before it happened. “The bomb didn’t blow up the building yet. The timer is running,” said the kindergartner at Kinneret Day School as she pointed to her crayon drawing of a colorful office building. more
Learning in the days of the coronavirus pandemic requires not only an electronic device to connect remotely, but internet access as well. more
A house that has towered over Sedgwick Avenue for more than a century is coming down. Permits were filed Wednesday to fully demolish the 3,700-square-foot home at 3377 Sedgwick. more
July has been a pretty dangerous time for people living and working in New York City — and the presumptive Democratic nominee for Congressional District 16 has taken notice. more
From the street, it didn't look too bad. A lot of emergency vehicles, a little bit of smoke. But inside the apartment building at 215 W. 242nd St., the firefighters those vehicles belonged to were busy bringing a one-alarm fire under control they say was deliberately set. more
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