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"When subways are built into neighborhoods that are sparsely populated to begin with, people start moving there, because rapid transit makes it easier for you to live and work in two separate places."
The 13 stone pillars have been sitting in what is now Van Cortlandt Park since 1905.
Police are investigating the deaths of a 26-year-old woman and 6-year-old girl after finding their bodies during a wellness check Saturday night.
For some New Yorkers, the devastating fire that erupted in a Bronx high-rise apartment building 10 days ago evoked an earlier era, when fires were endemic.
“Let everybody see 15 caskets of their fellow Bronxites being buried because of the condition in which they lived,” said Sheikh Musa Drammeh, who organized the funeral.
In total, seventeen people, ranging in age from two to 50, all died of smoke inhalation, authorities said.
One nurse described the scene as “very sad” at Jacobi hospital in the Bronx, which received 20 of the victims, nearly half of whom were children
The death toll went from 19 to 17 and from nine children to eight, but officials are still investigating.
Here are some ways to help residents and their families who live in the 120-unit building in the Tremont section of the borough.
"This is going to be one of the worst fires we have witnessed here in modern times in the city of New York," Mayor Eric Adams said.
Mott Haven gets a big winner with the all-day cafe Chocobar Cortés.
The pop-up programs, which include no touch play areas for kids, plant giveaways, and musical entertainment, are coming to Astoria, Kingsbridge, South Bronx and Mott Haven.
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