Why Couldn't NYPD Keep Cyclists Off Cross Bronx Expressway?The city knew that hundreds of bicyclists who shut down the Cross Bronx Expressway this past weekend, so why wasn’t the NYPD able to stop the bikers from entering the busiest highway in the country?
Questions For NYPD After Bicyclists Shut Down Cross Bronx ExpresswayThere was bike bedlam this past Sunday on the Cross Bronx Expressway – a road where bicycles are banned.
Suicide Prevention Fence Coming To George Washington Bridge WalkwayThe Port Authority of New York and New Jersey will install a temporary fence on the George Washington Bridge to stop people from jumping to their deaths.
Relics Of St. Padre Pio On Display At St. Patrick's CathedralIn virtually any Italian neighborhood, you'll find the gentle gaze of St. Padre Pio, his image on prayer cards and statues.
Expansion Of Westchester Children's Nursing Home Puts Endangered Bats At Risk, Opponents SayCritics say it's wrong for an environmentally sensitive site, and bad for northern long-eared bats.
Brothers Of Woman Who Was Struck, Killed In Brooklyn Speak Out Before Driver's TrialThe trial begins Tuesday in the death of a Brooklyn woman who was run over while walking home.
Hamilton Heights Pedestrian Bridge Open At Last After HardshipsA troubled bridge across a major highway is finally open after being delayed by faulty concrete, and construction work caused flooding that frustrated commuters.
European Gangsters Torched Brooklyn Building To Snuff Out Rival Poker Game; Feds SaySeveral families were burned out of their homes, four firefighters were injured -- one with first-degree burns -- and now investigators say a Brooklyn fire was an act of arson over rival poker games.
Bullying Tops List Of Parents’ Concerns As Kids Return To SchoolLabor Day means 2-million elementary, and high school students in the New York area will soon be back to school.
Carjacking Suspect Shot, Wounded By Police In NewarkOne person was hospitalized in a police-involved shooting in Newark late Thursday afternoon.
Vandals Damage Statue Of Christopher Columbus In Yonkers Amid Growing ControversyFor the fourth time in ten days, a statue of Christopher Columbus has been vandalized. This time, it happened in Yonkers.
Borough Park Congregation Divided Over Synagogue's FutureA religious family feud is brewing in Brooklyn, where some say the best way to save a congregation is to tear down its historic synagogue. Others are upset and fighting back in court.

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