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It’s a world of electronic communication the post office is forced to adjust to. And at times that struggle to adapt to progress? It shows. more
On an overcast, rainy afternoon, several dozen health care professionals in red ponchos gathered with signs written in red ink outside Allen Hospital just south of Marble Hill. more
It’s considered a rite of passage, so to speak. Want to attend one of New York City’s coveted specialized high schools? Well, it’s easy — just pass this rather complicated entrance exam known as the SHSAT, the specialized high school admittance test. more
Plumes of smoke wafting from cigarettes lit in front of libraries could soon be a thing of the past. That is, once Gov. Andrew Cuomo approves it with a stroke of his pen. more
Mark Lipton’s business generates a fair amount of waste from cardboard boxes and empty cans. more
Ask Joyce Briscoe why she’s running for Congress and she might offer, innocuously, “I’m just a regular citizen who’s not too pleased with the way things are going in politics.” more
It’s a problem that rarely relents in an area where parking already is scarce. And some residents whose daily grind requires snagging a spot say a bridge project in Spuyten Duyvil isn’t making things any easier. more
Very soon, construction trucks could rumble up and down West 254th Street, not to expand the Hebrew Home at Riverdale, but instead to build a new early learning center for SAR Academy — just in time for its 50th birthday. more
Unrestricted by strollers, children ran ahead of their parents donning painted faces. The sounds of salsa and musical numbers like “Memory” wrapped around the river’s edge at the College of Mount Saint Vincent. more
A critic might say reimagining Vincent van Gogh’s “Sunflowers” with Cheerios is an artistic risk only a toddler would take. more
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