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The Good Dine, a primarily take out spot on bustling Westchester Avenue in Williamsbridge, is probably the Bronx's best Jamaican restaurant.
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Manhattan is home to 66 of the organizations, and Brooklyn has 14. The Bronx, Staten Island and Queens each have fewer than five.
Officials now say that they have seen 19 cases of measles in an outbreak that took place across parts of Manhattan and the Bronx.
Police are investigating after a body was found inside a car that was discovered burning in an alley on Allerton Avenue in the Bronx.
About 100 NYPD commanders are expected to be transferred in a massive overhaul that continues Police Commissioner Bratton's shakeup of the NYPD, DNAinfo New York has learned.
An NYPD officer was arrested this past weekend, on allegations that he punched a man during a pickup football game in the Bronx.
Housing costs for renters and homeowners in New York soared compared to incomes over a 12-year period, a report Monday said.
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The Bronx's own Konrad Adderley will join forces with Puerto Rican artist Danny Rivera for a special concert this weekend.
When you're in the mood for a slice of pizza, the first thing that comes to mind probably isn't the price of a whole plain pie - it's where to get the best one.
A measles outbreak in Northern Manhattan and The Bronx has infected at least nine children and seven adults, the Health Department said Friday.
A top Republican county official from New York City's northern suburbs has launched his campaign for governor by appealing for votes in the Bronx.
A movie written more than two decades ago by a Sundance Film Festival-honored artist who has since died was recently completed by a Jackson Heights filmmaker and will make its Queens debut Friday as part of the Queens World Film Festival .
The Bronx is up, the Battery's down, and this fall, On the Town - the musical comedy that is considered a "love letter" to New York - will be returning to Broadway in a brand-new production, just in time to coincide with the show's 70th anniversary.
A charter school in Baychester is working to build a second campus, and says it will do it with or without the mayor's help.