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Past articles by Eddie:

City clinches deal for $780M soccer stadium, affordable housing complex in Queens

The 23-acre Willets Point project will include a 25,000-seat stadium, a 250-room hotel and 2,500 units of affordable housing → Read More

Patchett to step down as EDC president

James Patchett, president and CEO of the New York City Economic Development Corporation, will leave the de Blasio administration in early March, the city announced on Wednesday. Patchett has served in his current position since February 2017. He described spending the past four years… → Read More

See Slick Rick and Doug E. Fresh Perform During Bronx Week 2017

This year's annual celebration of The Bronx will take place from May 11 to May 21 across the borough. → Read More

Bronx Robbers Throw Victim to Floor, Beat Him, Steal Gym Bag [VIDEO]

The suspects followed their victim into the lobby of 2396 Morris Ave. and attacked him, police said. → Read More

Photo of Drunk Man Accused of Stealing Cab Driver's Turban Released by NYPD

The drunk passenger stole his Sikh cab driver's turban on April 16 around 5:15 a.m., police said. → Read More

3-Year-Old Girl Dies When Garbage Truck Rear-Ends Car in Bronx, Police Say

Sophia Aguirre, 3, was killed after a crash on Saturday around 10 a.m., police said. → Read More

Leprosy Seen as Just Another Curable Disease at NYC Clinic

Doctors at the New York Hansen's Disease Clinic have been successfully treating leprosy for years. → Read More

Half of City Leprosy Sufferers Go Undiagnosed, Doctor Says

Doctors at the New York Hansen's Disease Clinic have been successfully treating leprosy for years. → Read More

'The Get Down' Ripped Off My Club, Disco Fever, Hip-Hop Pioneer Says

A May 6 concert will celebrate the 40th anniversary of the famed hip-hop club. → Read More

Fordham Shut Down Pro-Palestinian Group Over 'Polarization' Fears: Lawsuit

The university refused to recognize the group because they did not want controversy, the suit says. → Read More

11-Year-Old Boy Stabs Burglar Attacking his Mom, Police Say

Brian Febus, 22, attacked the woman in her home after asking to use the bathroom, police said. → Read More

Snot Otters, Which Are Not Otters, Arrive at Bronx Zoo [VIDEO]

The salamanders are on display at a new exhibit in the Bronx Zoo's Reptile House. → Read More

Post Office Audit Confirms That South Bronx Mail Service is Awful

The audit, which was completed on Thursday, came after a request by Councilman Rafael Salamanca. → Read More

Beached Whale in Bronx Had Chronic Pneumonia, Experts Say

The minke whale washed up on the shore of Orchard Beach Sunday and was euthanized around 6:30 p.m. → Read More

Rat Infestation, Collapsing Ceilings Prompt Tenant Suit Against Landlord

Residents of 1841-1847 University Ave. have sued landlord Robert Khomari of Universal Heights 18 LLC. → Read More

De Blasio Announces Pre-K for All 3-Year-Olds in City by 2021

The city plans to provide free pre-K for all 3-year-olds in the city by 2021. → Read More

Whale Euthanized After Washing Up on Shore of Orchard Beach

The Atlantic Marine Conservation Society is investigating how the animal washed up on the shore. → Read More

Mayor De Blasio Will Spend a Week in The Bronx in Late May

The mayor will set up shop in the borough during the last full week of May. → Read More

Selina Meyer of 'Veep' Doesn't Seem to Like the South Bronx That Much

The titular character of HBO's "Veep" has her offices in the South Bronx in the season premiere. → Read More

Hundreds of Herring From Connecticut Now Call Bronx River Home

The Parks Department released 400 fish into the river to boost the existing population. → Read More