Keyword: Jim Bradley
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Jim Bradley remembered his late wife on the first anniversary of her tragic death at the corner of Kappock Street and Johnson Avenue the only way he knew Ruth Mullen would have wanted. more
People still fear the intersection of Kappock Street and Johnson Avenue despite the recently installed traffic light. more
Outside of family, friends and some colleagues, Ruth Mullen wasn’t that well-known in her Spuyten Duyvil neighborhood. Sure, some might walk by her and get a warm smile — but Ruth was someone who generally kept to herself. more
The driver whose bus struck and killed political activist Ruth Mullen in Spuyten Duyvil last September did not come to a full stop at a stop sign prior to the accident. more
A hard-fought battle has finally produced results. An intersection that claimed the life of a prominent resident last year will now get a traffic light. At least that’s the word from the city’s transportation department, paving the way for such a signal at Kappock Street and Johnson Avenue. more
Every hour, four people are killed in traffic crashes across America. Traffic injuries affect even more, creating a grim topic during a recent gathering of faith leaders. “We are Christian, Muslim, Jewish and Buddhist,” according to the opening words of a presentation at that forum. “But we all ache the same way.” more
Ruth Mullen's life was tragically cut short Sept. 7 while simply trying to cross the street in front of her Johnson Avenue home. She's remembered by friends as an activist, and by her husband Jim as the love of his life. more
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