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Bronx Community College students, staffers and faculty "March for Dignity." Plus, an op-ed from one of the march organizers.
Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. and the mayor's office square off again over a Bronx development space that has implications for the Kingsbridge Armory. (I'm detecting a theme between these two political entities.)
Speaking of development, Bronx pols say the city's new living wage study is rigged to favor the mayor's view on development.
High School football rivals DeWitt Clinton and John F. Kennedy are struggling through growing pains this year.
More on the great pumpkin carving king.
In a move to curb New York's rampant obesity and diabetes problems, the city looks to ban people from using food stamps to purchase soda and other sugar-heavy drinks.
And much more.
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