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It’s not just about doing well at P.S. 95 Sheila Mencher, it’s feeling well, too. This state weaved stronger mental health approaches into its health class curriculum this past fall. more
Out of the mist they come. They come to remind us, and they come to warn us. Pay heed, these voices say. more
It could be a smoother ride for cyclists, but more jarring on joggers’ joints. Yet, that’s not on the mind of city parks department officials who believe their plan to pave more than a mile of the Putnam Trail will make it more accessible to all. more
A group of deeply troubled Riverdale homeowners has mounted a reputedly unprecedented challenge against their embattled board of managers — calling on every single one of them to resign. more
It started with a favor. But now, more than a decade later, the Tree Army is removing trees, and then some. more
Booze and bud under the same roof? more
As another frigid winter nears, threatening to deepen the saga of suffering for public housing residents, a slate of local political leaders has called on their landlord to address a lengthy list of longstanding ills afflicting tenants. more
What appeared to be a matter of oversight on the part of the city’s Campaign Finance Board actually could have reverberating negative consequences for thousands of potential voters. more
The casual observer probably wouldn’t guess David Obelcz is homeless. A series of misfortunes largely beyond his control plagued Obelcz over the past two years  — including a roommate he claims surreptitiously squandered his rent money on alcohol, leading to an eviction. more
A gunman opened fire in a Pittsburgh synagogue last Saturday, leaving 11 people dead, six others injured and Jews across the nation stunned and on edge over one of the worst attacks against the American Jewish community in decades. more
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