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The Fish Market Fishmonger

The Fish Market Fishmonger

Dan Feig, at the New Fulton Fish Market Cooperative in the Bronx, buys fish for a distributor that sells to some prominent Manhattan restaurants, such as Le Bernardin and Daniel.

2 Student Murders Have Binghamton University on Edge

2 Student Murders Have Binghamton University on Edge

A Binghamton University student was fatally stabbed in his dormitory, Windham Hall, last week — the second murder of a Binghamton student in two months.

Judge Faults U.S. for Holding Immigrant Defendants Freed on Bail

Judge Faults U.S. for Holding Immigrant Defendants Freed on Bail

Some immigrants who have been granted bail were then picked up and held at an immigration detention facility at the Hudson County Correctional Facility in Kearny, N.J.

Intruder Charged in Killing of New School Professor in Brooklyn Home

Intruder Charged in Killing of New School Professor in Brooklyn Home

Jeremy Safran had severe wounds to his head and body, police said.

Things to Do in Connecticut, July 30 Through Aug. 7

Things to Do in Connecticut, July 30 Through Aug. 7

ROXBURY “Acadia,” a black-and-white photograph by Jay Kaplan, will be on view in “On the Edge: The Littoral and the Liminal,” an exhibition of his coastal photographs, Aug. 5 through Sept. 17 at the Minor Memorial Library, 23 South Street. Opening reception: Aug. 6 at 2 p.m. For more information: 860-350-2181 or minormemoriallibrary.org.

How Stanley Turkel, 90, Spends His Sundays

How Stanley Turkel, 90, Spends His Sundays

Stanley Turkel at his home office in Flushing, Queens. Mr. Turkel, 90, works as a hotel consultant.

African Immigrants Find an Open Door at a Bronx College

African Immigrants Find an Open Door at a Bronx College

Victoria McEwen, center, grew up in Sierra Leone, watching her mother help people survive during the civil war there. Now she is among a burgeoning group of African students at Bronx Community College.

Albany Strikes Budget Deal That Sidesteps Trump’s Tax Plan

Albany Strikes Budget Deal That Sidesteps Trump’s Tax Plan

Many of the elements in the $168 billion budget deal were scaled-back versions of promises Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo had laid out, as discussions on more divisive political issues were pushed back.

With Headwinds Looming, Mayor de Blasio Unveils $88.7 Billion Budget

With Headwinds Looming, Mayor de Blasio Unveils $88.7 Billion Budget

Mayor Bill de Blasio released an $88.7 billion preliminary budget Thursday, saying the city was “keeping a watchful eye on the risks that are coming our way up I-95, and down the New York State Thruway.”

New York Attorney General Sues Trump Foundation After 2-Year Investigation

New York Attorney General Sues Trump Foundation After 2-Year Investigation

Donald J. Trump at a 2016 campaign event in Iowa where he raised roughly $2.8 million for his foundation.

Teterboro Airport: Steeped in Glamour, History and Noise

Teterboro Airport: Steeped in Glamour, History and Noise

Outside a Meridian hangar at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey. “We cater to a very discerning clientele,” said Kirk Stephen, director of marketing for Meridian.

A Forgotten Religion Gets a Second Chance in Brooklyn

A Forgotten Religion Gets a Second Chance in Brooklyn

The Oahspe bible, a mystical document said to be the divine inspiration of Dr. John Newbrough, a 19th-century Manhattan dentist.

Subway Delays Hit Low-Income New Yorkers the Hardest, Report Says

Subway Delays Hit Low-Income New Yorkers the Hardest, Report Says

A report by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York said that neighborhoods with areas that have poor subway service were in the Bronx and Brooklyn.

Campaign Donor Pleaded Guilty to Trying to Bribe Mayor de Blasio

Campaign Donor Pleaded Guilty to Trying to Bribe Mayor de Blasio

Harendra Singh was trying to get favorable lease terms for his Water’s Edge restaurant on city property in Long Island City, Queens. The restaurant has since closed.

New York State, Not the City, Will Decide Congestion Pricing. Here’s Why.

New York State, Not the City, Will Decide Congestion Pricing. Here’s Why.

Although it may seem to make sense for New York City to decide whether it wants congestion pricing, the State Constitution gives the State Legislature broad powers to override the city’s wishes.

First Test for New York Chancellor: A Middle School Desegregation Plan

First Test for New York Chancellor: A Middle School Desegregation Plan

The Booker T. Washington school in Manhattan uses test scores for admissions, and its students are mostly white or Asian. Under a new plan, it would have to set aside seats for lower-scoring children.


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