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For an area that is fewer than three square miles, greater Riverdale certainly has an outsized number of road construction sites and related safety issues. more
Like many residents of Kingsbridge Heights, Margaret Groarke noticed an overwhelming amount of cracked or long planks supporting utility poles in her neighborhood. Con Edison tells Groarke and her neighbors not to worry. more
There has been a lot of construction taking place on Greystone Avenue near West 242nd Street. But the  sudden change of scenery Greystone Manor residents discovered one day in front of their six-section complex was quite unexpected. more
Gov. Kathy Hochul is trying to do her part in addressing what has suddenly become skyrocketing energy bills by directing the state’s utility regulatory agency to push better transparency among some of New York’s biggest electrical and gas companies. more
Christmas. Hanukkah. The holiday season is gone, but some are still feeling the pinch well into January. Not because they spent too much on gifts, but instead because Con Edison dropped a lump of coal into their monthly utility bill. Rachel Garcia had felt pretty good about her utility bills. That was until last December. more
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
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