A ceremony was held Thursday at Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx to give the rare distinction of National Historic Landmark status to a grave site.
New York City has a long and fascinating history. Some of the oldest sites are open to the public for little or no charge – an opportunity for you to discover our city’s past.
Lily Badger, 10, and 7-year-old twins Grace and Sarah Badger died along with their grandparents Lomer and Pauline Johnson in a fire in Stamford on Christmas.
Elizabeth Delfini was 88 when she was passed away in February. Her ashes were to be interred at Woodlawn Cemetery next to her husband with a stone tablet inscribed with both their names.
Memorial Day is a week away, but the observances for fallen soldiers have already begun. This weekend, hundreds of people took time out to remember those who gave their lives.
There’s unrest at a Bronx cemetery, as dozens picketed outside Woodlawn Cemetery on Saturday, carrying signs and asking to bury racism.
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