Tenants argue the court system is not helping them fight an abusive landlord, but instead is helping the owner to punish them for complaining.
It was standing room only on a Saturday afternoon in March at a Melrose church known for its social activism streak, where residents came, hoping to hear the city’s mayoral candidates explain their positions on the issues. There was only one problem: The three candidates considered frontrunners in next November’s [...]
Early recommendations include ramps to industrial area The city is weighing plans “to make transformative change” in the vicinity of the Sheridan Expressway, while maintaining the highway’s connections to the Cross Bronx and Bruckner expressways, a representative of the Department of City Planning told residents, business owners, elected officials and [...]
Program at the Rec turns out young filmmakers Chelsey Rodriguez, 11, took a deep breath, put her shyness aside and stepped into The Candy Box, a bodega on Spofford Avenue. She held an iPad and walked up to the owner, Gilbert Valle. She started recording a video, asking him questions [...]