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Community Board 8 celebrates its annual awards, honoring local volunteers like James Lapin for their dedication to improving Bronx CB8 residents' lives through initiatives like the Hebrew Institute's Shabbat dinners. more
Discover Dunkin's deep-rooted presence in the Bronx community, celebrated with giveaways and charitable donations, following a recent store redesign. more
Discover the Inwood Butterfly Sanctuary, a vibrant community garden fostering monarch butterfly conservation amid urban challenges. more
Learn about the relocation of the Jewish Association Serving the Aging (JASA) from Van Cortlandt Jewish Center to 185 W. 231st St., impacting seniors' access and community services. more
Mayor Eric Adams unveils New York City's new trash-bin designs to combat rat problem and keep streets clean. Businesses face new regulations for trash disposal. more
Riverdale artist Ian Sullivan creates a mural to commemorate the Friendly Fridge Foundation's fourth anniversary, celebrating community impact and combating food insecurity. more
Librado “Lee” Romero, an accidental photographer turned artist, showcases his life-inspired paintings at Gallery 505. His work reflects his global experiences and personal history. more
The Spuyten Duyvil Library's citizen preparedness workshop, aimed at educating residents on disaster readiness, saw no attendees despite being organized with the state's Citizen Preparedness Corps. more
Summer brings crowds and garbage to parks. Budget cuts leave NYC parks understaffed, struggling with maintenance. Officials urge visitors to help keep parks clean. more
Scott Tarter, co-manager of Riverdale Stables, shares his lifelong passion for horses, highlighting the stables' community-focused programs and therapeutic benefits. more
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