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South Bronx housing projects help struggling residents
The Bronx Parent Housing Network, a non-profit organization, runs four housing facilities in the South Bronx community, each one designed to meet the needs of the homeless population.
Luxury condos take over Fort Greene neighborhood
During the last two years, Vincent Fonseca has watched the condos erupt from the ground and dwarf the housing project where he was born and has lived for decades.
Latina teen pregnancy troubling in Bronx
At Rosanna Herrara’s high school in the Bronx, the sex talk came too late for some girls in her health-education class.
Nigerian cadet excels at West Point
There’s one question no cadet escapes, according to Michael Njokuobi, a senior at West Point Military Academy: “Unless you come from a military family, everyone here gets asked why they joined the military.”
NYC Marathon: ‘The real winners’
Long after the elite runners had finished, the floodlights had been dimmed and the crowds had thinned to nothing, the […]
NYC Marathon: A first-time runner
Thousands of veteran and first-time marathon runners rode the ferry from the Staten Island Station in Manhattan to Staten Island, where shuttle buses took them to the start at Verrazano Bridge.
NYC Marathon: Ethiopian pride
While most fans standing at the finish line of the New York City Marathon kept their eyes fixed on the runners, Terguame Haddis and Selome Argaw couldn’t keep their eyes off each other.
NYC Marathon: Embracing community
Droves of residents and local business owners gathered on both sides of Bay Ridge’s Fourth Avenue to cheer on the athletes.
NYC Marathon: ‘Team for Kids’
Andrew Wint stood on Lafayette Avenue in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, on Sunday as the New York City marathon runners rushed by. He scoured the crowd searching for those wearing neon-yellow jerseys matching the one he wore.
NYC Marathon: What’s left behind
Marathoners know how to run, but they also know how to leave behind a mess. Fortunately, cleanup teams know how to get rid of it.