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Combating Noise Pollution in NYC

Combating Noise Pollution in NYC

As the city continues to grow, so does the impact of clamor of traffic, construction and annoying neighbors.

Pouring Rain Fails to Deter Garner Protests

Pouring Rain Fails to Deter Garner Protests

For the third consecutive night, activists hit the street to protest a grand jury’s decision not to indict a Staten Island police officer in the…

Diva Day for Domestic Violence Victims

Diva Day for Domestic Violence Victims

The spa day is held to raise awareness about domestic violence and to boost the self-esteem of battered women. …

Hunger Remains Pervasive in the City

Hunger Remains Pervasive in the City

The city and charitable organizations have struggled over the past year to adjust to increasing numbers of the needy.…

Castle Hill Nixes “Hot Sheet” Motel

Castle Hill Nixes “Hot Sheet” Motel

Residents and local politicians gathered in the Bronx to protest the construction of a new Days Inn on Bruckner Blvd.…

Bronx Parks Get Cash Infusion

Bronx Parks Get Cash Infusion

NYC Parks plans to spend $130 million to upgrade parks located in low-income communities. …

Community Leaders Try to Soothe Ebola Anxieties

Community Leaders Try to Soothe Ebola Anxieties

An Ebola town hall meeting at the Bronx Museum on October 29 seemed to do little to ease…

The Brides’ March

The Brides’ March

This annual day-long event rallied New Yorkers against domestic violence in Washington Heights, Harlem and the Bronx.…

South Bronx Unite Marches for Clean Air

South Bronx Unite Marches for Clean Air

Bronxites on the People's Climate March called for a boycott of Fresh Direct. …

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