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Keeping a Roof Over Our Heads

Keeping a Roof Over Our Heads

Being two months behind on rent, we were ordered to court on July 31 because our landlord wanted his money.

Strapped Tenants Head to Housing Court

Strapped Tenants Head to Housing Court

The housing crisis in the city has led to legal troubles for many Bronxites.

Conditions Still Bad at Buildings of Worst Bronx Landlords

Conditions Still Bad at Buildings of Worst Bronx Landlords

Twenty-five of New York City’s worst landlords are in the Bronx.

Gjonaj Knocks Rivera Out in the 80th AD

Gjonaj Knocks Rivera Out in the 80th AD

Residents of the 80th Assembly District voted for change in the September 13 primary.

The Race is On in the West Bronx

The Race is On in the West Bronx

It’s the peak of election season with pols campaigning for the Sept.13 primary.

Rangel Wins Primary in 13th

Rangel Wins Primary in 13th

Dominican-American Adriano Espaillat takes his best shot at unseating incumbent Charlie Rangel.

Caravan Campaign for Hipolito “Papa” Mejia

Caravan Campaign for Hipolito “Papa” Mejia

As the Dominican vote approaches, candidates are campaigning in the Western Bronx, where immigrants still play a big role in elections back home.

NYC Receives Dominican Presidential Candidate

NYC Receives Dominican Presidential Candidate

Candidates for the presidency of the Dominican Republic visited New York to court the vote of Dominican-born citizens living here.

Yudelka Tapia: Empowering Dominicans

Yudelka Tapia: Empowering Dominicans

“We need more people who look like us in power,” says this Dominican-born district leader.

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