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Morrisania »

Congress Names Bronx Post Office After Pioneering Latino Pol Herman Badillo

The legislation will now go to President Barack Obama for approval.

Greenwich Village »

Meet Benji, a 'One-of-a-Kind Dog' Who's Up for Adoption

Benji was rescued in Puerto Rico and is looking for a home in New York.

Claremont »

Little League Power Struggle Causes Hostile Split Among Group's Leaders

Board members of Caribe baseball filed lawsuits against each other over money and control issues.

Morrisania »

Herman Badillo Post Office One Step Closer to Reality

The House of Representatives has passed legislation to rename the Morrisania Post Office after Badillo.

Greenwich Village »

Meet Winnie, Who's 'Sweet as Honey' and Looking for a Home

Winnie was rescued from the streets of Puerto Rico and is being fostered in downtown Manhattan.

Civic Center »

INTERACTIVE: Where in the World is Mayor Bill de Blasio?

During his 16 months in office, de Blasio has traveled frequently outside of New York state.

Concourse »

Mother of Bronx Murder Suspect Says Daughter Acted in Self-Defense

Kristal Delvalle declined to testify before a grand jury at a court appearance on Thursday.

Concourse »

Relatives Had Urged Man to Dump Girlfriend Before She Stabbed Him: Stepdad

Kristal Delvalle, 23, was ordered held without bail on Tuesday night.

Belle Harbor »

Street Renamed 'Dylan Smith Way' to Honor Hurricane Sandy Hero

Smith saved more than a dozen people on Oct. 29, 2012, and died two months later in Puerto Rico. 

Rockaway Beach »

Women Surfers From Around the Globe Take the Screen at Rockaway Film Fest

Women of the Seven Seas will show a slate of movies on Saturday, Aug. 16.

Norwood »

Bronx Puerto Rican Day Parade to be Held Sunday

The parade will start at 1 p.m. at Grand Concourse and 192nd Street.

Bushwick »

Bushwick Sidewalk Domino Club Memorializes Treasurer as Games Resume

The honored group of senior citizens returned to their summer game spot, having lost a key member.

Bushwick »

Transgender Star Lorena Escalera's Murder Still Unsolved a Year After Death

Family and friends of Lorena Escalera are desperate for closure in the case of the 25-year-old's death.

Williamsburg »

La Borinquena Closes After 40 Years in South Williamsburg

The Puerto Rican hub hosted barbecues, movie nights and parties until its closure last week.