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Explore New York City's Abandoned Places

Take an adventure in city history at these abandoned places that can be visited legally.

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Bar Patrons Watched as Harlem River Surged Into Port Morris

The Clock Bar at Bruckner Blvd. and Lincoln Ave. stayed open as floodwaters surged from the Harlem River.

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FreshDirect Encourages Bronx Residents to Apply for 200 New Jobs

The company will partner with local leaders to hire residents of The Bronx, its future home, it said.

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FreshDirect Hires Majora Carter to Round Up Local Support for Bronx Move

The online grocer hired the award-winning eco-activist as a consultant to engage local groups.

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South Bronx Groups File Lawsuit to Block FreshDirect

The suit claims the grocery deliverer did not fully analyze how its new facility would impact the area.

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CookiesKids.com Seeks $3.4M in Tax Breaks to Move Near FreshDirect Site

Cookies Kids.com wants $3.4 million in tax breaks to move from Brooklyn to the South Bronx.

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FreshDirect Will Serve Entire Bronx and Take Food Stamps

Critics had slammed Fresh Direct for taking public subsidies, but only delivering to the north Bronx.

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Police Hunt Suspects in Bronx Knifepoint Livery Cab Robbery

Cops are seeking two men who hailed a livery cab in Harlem and robbed its driver in Port Morris.

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South Bronx Group Calls For FreshDirect Boycott

The group, South Bronx Unite, travelled to the Upper West Side Wednesday to recruit supporters.

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Fresh Direct Deal Blasted by South Bronx Residents and Activists

Critics denounced a nearly $130 million public benefits package offered to the online grocer.

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Fresh Direct to Build New 500,000-Sq.-Ft. Headquarters in the South Bronx

Online grocer Fresh Direct was enticed to the Bronx by a $100 million-plus deal from the city and state.

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Group Hopes to Transform Port Morris Gantries Into Riverfront Park

An influential preservation group will name the gantries as one of its 2012 “Six to Celebrate” sites.

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Mayor Vows Major Pay Raise For Top Teachers at State of the City Address

Mayor Michael Bloomberg delivered his State of the City Address in the Bronx Thursday.

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