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Gramercy »

Open House Agenda: Three Apartments to See This Long Weekend

Three apartments, three boroughs, one budget. This holiday weekend, see what $459,000 will get you.

Riverdale »

In Bronx's Van Cortlandt Park, a Bird Watcher Haven, with History

The park is the go-to for bird watchers like John Young, who's been birding there for over 50 years.

Riverdale »

Riverdale Arts Festival Takes Place this Weekend

Bronx arts and cultural groups will display their work in Riverdale this Sunday.

Riverdale »

Donor Gives Manhattan College $10 Million for Complex Named After Ray Kelly

The money will go to construction of a student commons named after the police commissioner alum. 

Riverdale »

Hip-Hop Manager Chris Lighty Found Dead in Apparent Suicide

Chris Lighty, who once managed A Tribe Called Quest, was found dead in his Bronx apartment.

New York City »

Home Schooling on the Rise in New York City

For an increasing number of city kids, going back to school means staying at home.

Riverdale »

Cops Hunt Four Men in Riverdale Home Invasion

Cops are hunting four men in a home invasion robbery in Riverdale.

Riverdale & Kingsbridge »

Police Searching for Missing North Riverdale Woman

Candida Sosa, 25, went missing Sunday, police said..

South Bronx »

Fresh Direct Deal Blasted by South Bronx Residents and Activists

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

South Bronx »

Bronx Brewery Seeks Beer Success in Manhattan and Beyond

Already serving the Bronx and Manhattan, the Bronx Brewery plans expansion to the rest of the city.

Harlem »

Dept. of Youth Employee Arrested for Flashing Girl In Harlem, Police Say

A Dept. of Youth and Community Development employee was arrested for flashing an 11-year-old girl.

Riverdale & Kingsbridge »

Parks Employee Arrested on Hate Crime Charges For Hanging Doll From Noose

Parks worker Fariz Ahmemulic is charged with a hate crime for hanging black doll from a noose, cops said.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Advocates Call on City's Rent Guidelines Board to Prevent Rent Hike

The Rent Guidelines Board held a public session Monday to solicit feedback on its proposed yearly rent hikes.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Three Year Rehab of Henry Hudson Bridge to Start in May

The nearly $33 million three-year rehab of the 75-year-old Henry Hudson Bridge upper roadway will begin in May.

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