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A Tale of Two Cities as Upper West Side ‘Resolves’ a Crisis Bronx Residents Have Battled for Decades

The Bronx Has been an unfortunate dumping ground for the city’s troubles for decades. Whether industries that heavily rely on intensive truck traffic which spews deadly pollution into our communities to medical waste incinerators the city has allowed to operate in the most vulnerable communities of The Bronx, we have been a veritable dumping ground…

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Discount Retailer 5 Below is Coming to the South Bronx

MELROSE—Discount retailer 5 Below, which sells products for, you guessed it, under $ bucks, is opening its first South Bronx store. The giant retailer will join Burlington and Marshall’s at the old Alexander Department store building on Third Avenue in The Hub, The Bronx’s oldest shopping district and work is already underway at the ground-floor…

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White Supremacist and Antisemitic Graffiti in the South Bronx Cleaned Up by Locals

MELROSE—A law firm on 161st was vandalized yesterday with a swastika and the words “white power”. But several local residents were not having it and got together and painted over it and drew a flower over the racist garbage. “We didn’t want that in our community,” said a local resident who wishes to remain anonymous…

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