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West Village »

'Illegal' Cadbury Chocolate Shipping Business Shuts Down

A British couple closed their subscription-based business less than two weeks after opening it.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Longtime Provider of ESL Classes to Immigrants May Shut Over Funding Cuts

The Riverside Language Program will likely close by September if it can't get emergency funding.

Upper West Side »

High Schooler Eyes Program to Boost English Language Learners' Confidence

The program would pair volunteers with struggling ELL students to boost their confidence in English.

Williamsbridge »

Ex-CUNY Professor Suspected of Mother's Murder Found Dead in Bronx Motel

John Rodriguez, the ex-CUNY professor suspected of murdering his mom, has died of an apparent suicide.

Claremont »

Bronx High School Students Go Entire Semester With No Math or English

Several juniors at Bronx HS for Medical Science pleaded for the courses but were told to wait, they said.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Principal Miriam Pedraja Teaches Uptown Children Two Languages at a Time

Principal Miriam Pedraja brings bilingual learning to uptown kids at Amistad Dual Language School.

Harlem »

Kids Jump for Joy at the Apollo for Double Dutch Classic

More than 1,500 packed into the Apollo Theater on Dec. 4, 2011 for the Double Dutch Classic.

Downtown »

City Introduces 9/11 Curriculum for Schools

The city Department of Education Thursday released a new curriculum with information about 9/11.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Kindergarten Selection Has Lower East Side Parents Doing Homework

Parents from the East Village to Chinatown attended an information session Wednesday.

Manhattan »

Number of NYC Students Held Back Five Times Higher This Year

Eight percent of all eighth graders in New York City public schools failed to advance to the ninth grade, according to a report.