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Purdue's Grant Weatherford out to prove doubters wrong

WEST LAFAYETTE — Grant Weatherford hears the doubts.

The Hamilton Heights grad and incoming Purdue freshman can’t count how many times he has heard he’s too small, or not skilled enough offensively, or just not ready for the Big Ten Conference. 480 more words

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Yorktown rallies to win sectional opener

YORKTOWN – In the early going Wednesday afternoon at Yorktown’s Tiger Field, one couldn’t be surprised if a few collars felt a bit tight in the home stands. 851 more words

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Reverse Migration: 20-somethings Head Uptown, Seeking Early Retirement

“I moved here originally when I was in college,” Rosalie Alario said recently, sounding just a touch wistful about her Murray Hill neighborhood. “I went to Pace University,” which stands just south and east of City Hall Park, in the Financial District. 1,864 more words

Boy, 12, Dead After Being Hit By Livery Cab In Hamilton Heights

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A 12-year-old boy is dead after being struck by a livery cab near a school in Hamilton Heights Wednesday afternoon.

As CBS2’s Joe Biermann reported, the boy was struck around 3:30 p.m. 428 more words

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How to buy a HDFC Apartment: Are you qualified?

Yeah, maybe.

People who read the New York Times while also being interested in buying an apartment in Harlem, probably read their recent article on how Sugar Hill is still sweet and affordable, bla, bla, bla. 368 more words

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FDNY Needs 6 Hours To Lower 700-Pound Man From Hamilton Heights Apartment

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — We all know life is difficult for the extremely obese, and an example of that was seen in Hamilton Heights on Friday. 315 more words

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NEW YORK FRUIT TREES (a photo essay)

Hamilton Heights has a lot of trees, and they bear a fruit unique to the city. This is a man-made fruit, of a few varieties. 613 more words