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City Seeks Bronx Residents’ Views on Greenways

Bronx community groups may finally have city officials’ attention when it comes to improving the borough’s greenways and parks.

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For New York City Century Cyclists, the Bronx was Life in the Slow Lane

Street fairs were an obstacle for riders on this 100-miles tour through the five boroughs

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Goodbye to St. Augustine’s

Parishioners recall the old days at a church that was once the heart of Morrisania

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A Pelham Parkway Diner Defies the Odds in a Harsh Economy

The Liberty Diner expands in an economy that has been tough on small businesses.

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Cooking Eggplant and Winning Health Bucks

The city’s Stellar Farmers Markets are the only programs like them for Food Stamp recipients in the nation.

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City Limits: Crackdown on HIV drug black market

City legislators are trying to toughen sanctions for buyers and sellers of HIV medications on the black market.

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Runners race around Yancey Field with Yankee Stadium in the background

Yankees strike out on promises

The city decided the new Yankee Stadium was worth over $60 million to New Yorkers, but those who live next door believe it is not nearly as valluable.

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Subway candy seller makes $150 a day

This candy seller has been hawking M&M’s on the D train for 14 years.

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