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Ming Chin celebrated his 100th birthday with his friends at the Riverdale Senior Services a couple weeks ago. more
Legionnaires’ may be a deadly disease, but it’s just one more worry amidst a seemingly eternal mountain of plights afflicting the woebegone residents of Fort Independence Houses where words fail to describe shockingly abysmal conditions. more
It could be the bumpiest ride in the Bronx. Roads resembling Swiss cheese are the curse of Riverdale. more
It’s not that Bob Mahony shouldn’t be concerned about the dying tree. In fact, he did the right thing by bringing it to the attention of his local park’s staff. more
On a gray Tuesday morning filled with intermittent rain, firefighters with Ladder 52 gathered for six moments of silence to honor the 343 New York City Fire Department members who died on Sept. 11, 2001. more
More violence erupted in both Kingsbridge and University Heights, where a pair of homicides made for a bloody Labor Day weekend that might otherwise have marked the peaceful end to a sweltering summer. more
Regardless of what happens on Thursday, Sept. 13, Alessandra Biaggi already has shattered barriers. more
Ledetu Ghebremedhin never guessed selling a simple, single cigar could deliver a deadly blow to her bodega. But it almost did. more
Sandwich guru Sammy Gonzalez has been left in the dark as to when exactly the Subway restaurant in North Riverdale could shutter. But until it does, he’ll keep making sandwiches. more
In a borough with painfully low voter turnout, many residents would probably agree — anything hindering access to the polls is bad news. more
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