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In McKinley Square, an Unlikely Grocer

Local students run an outdoor farmers’ market in the South Bronx.

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Day Care Cuts Create Overcrowded Kindergartens

Record numbers of 5-year-olds crowd public school classrooms after day care kindergarten cuts.

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For Morrisania, the Public Library is a Refuge

“We are a beacon in this community,” said branch librarian Colbert Nembhard, about the library, which has loaned 86,547 books since 2008, a circulation increase of about 20,000 for the year.

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