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Highbridge Park Ice Rink With Food Vendors Coming to Amsterdam Ave. Pool

The seasonal ice rink will be built above the Amsterdam Avenue wading pool, new documents show.

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High Bridge Safety Equipment to Shut Down Harlem River Drive Lanes All Week

One lane of the Harlem River Drive will be closed as safety equipment is installed on the High Bridge.  

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Worker Falls to His Death from High Bridge, NYPD Says

The 50-year-old victim landed on the Bronx side of the Harlem River Tuesday morning, FDNY officials said.

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City Breaks Ground on $61 Million High Bridge Renovation

The project will renovate the long-shuttered pedestrian bridge that connects Manhattan to The Bronx.

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10 Bronx Gang Members Arrested in Turf War, Officials Say

Police arrested the leaders of the Walton Townsend Gang, known as the WTG, the NYPD said.

Upper East Side »

Bronx Man Arrested for String of Robberies in Manhattan

Robert Hill, 51, was arrested for robbing four people at gunpoint last month.

High Bridge »

Man Dies After Crashing Motorcycle Into Tree in the South Bronx

The crash occurred at West 170th Street and Edward Grant Highway.

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Bronx Principal Born in Haiti Shares Life Lessons with Foreign Students

Outgoing P.S. 73 principal Jean Mirvil has worked with immigrant children for nearly 29 years.

South Bronx »

Group Seeks Community's Input on Plan to Build 9-Mile Bronx Greenway

The Harlem River Working Group will host meetings in March and April to collect ideas for the river walk.

South Bronx »

Boyfriend Charged in Anderson Avenue Stabbing Death

Ana Fernandez, 55, was allegedly stabbed to death by her boyfriend, Jose Victorio, 57.

South Bronx »

Bronx Blaze Destroys Apartments, Leaves Three Firefighters Hurt

A fire in a Bronx building left three firefighters with minor injuries.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Highbridge Baseball Field Reopens After Makeover

The Highbridge Baseball field at 174th Street reopened Thursday after receiving a $1.5 million makeover.

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