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The literary world and government officials are in shock following the stabbing attack on renowned author Salman Rushdie on Friday morning outside Buffalo, New York, which has left him recovering in a Pennsylvania hospital. more
Community Board 8 says no. Local officials say no. But the city’s transportation department remains a yes. And in the end, when it comes to narrowing Riverdale Avenue, it’s only their … more
An orderly line formed at the corner of Fordham Plaza Monday morning outside the New York City Housing Authority’s Bronx office. A dozen or so families waited as the sidewalk began to bake in the sun. Then, at 8:00, a guard unlatched the door and poked out his head, allowing an icy gust of air to escape. more
The city council and Mayor Eric Adams will have to revisit the 2023 academic year budget after a New York state supreme court judge Friday returned the education portion of the city’s budget for reconsideration. To prolong matters more, the mayor is set to appeal the decision. more
Two New York Fire Department trucks from house No. 52 put out a forest fire in a wooded area on Riverdale Park Trail Sunday night. more
After finishing a food delivery on the 5500 block of Netherland Avenue, a man was robbed of his e-bike on July 21 at 11:20 pm. more
In the race for the new senate 31 seat, a pro-charter school political action committee is putting its weight behind first-time candidate Angel Vasquez in his bid to oust Sen. Robert Jackson. more
Adriano Espaillat has served as the congressman for upper Manhattan and parts of the northwestern Bronx for the past six years. In that time, he has sponsored several bills to reform the nation’s immigration laws, he’s helped extend the Second Avenue subway lines in East Harlem, and he has made quite a reputation for himself by bringing new, particularly Dominican, politicians into power. more
Anny Chen, a rising high school senior, got a taste of college and a life lesson in a three-week session last month at Columbia University. more
Pedestrians and cyclists no longer need to fear the intersection of Kappock Street and Johnson Avenue in Spuyten Duyvil. more
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