The City Planning Commission voted on Monday in favor of a developer's plan to turn the Kingsbridge Armory building in the Bronx into a shopping mall, including a large grocery store. After the vote, opponents
On Sunday, October 18, 2009 at 9:30am, students and staff members from the Felisa Rincón de Gautier Institute for Law and Public Policy, a small Bronx public high school called GILPP, gathered together at Orchard
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Deputy Mayor for Economic Development Robert C. Lieber and Department of Small Business Services Commissioner Robert W. Walsh today announced that despite the economic downturn, the City placed New Yorkers in
Temperatures continued to drop last week, a seasonal reminder to New Yorkers that cold weather is just around the corner. Lower natural gas prices will mean lower heating bills for customers this winter; however,
One of our readers, Michelle Avila, a student at Fordham University in the Bronx, submitted the following reaction to the recent Columbus Day celebrations, as well as her thoughts on the man Christopher Columbus and
We recently discovered a great website, which provides live US National Debt Clock with a myriad of useful calculations. Below is the summary provied by the site's owners and a reference to the site itself.
White Plains law firm, Markhoff & Mittman, is offering two FREE seminars to help people learn more about obtaining Social Security Disability Benefits in New York City this month. The seminars are designed to
Stella D’Oro, owned by the vulture private equity company Brynwood Partners, closed its Bronx biscuit plant and fired 136 workers. Management refused to pay the full amount of severance and other benefits to the workers