Harlem River

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a channel separating Manhattan from the Bronx

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major subway fire that erupted Monday under a bridge above the Harlem River,
The line will then run under the Harlem River before making landfall in Queens, NY It will deliver clean power to meet growing demand in that area, increase the security of the electric grid and reduce energy costs for consumers.
FreshDirect, an online grocer, needs to expand its operations and is eyeing the Bronx in New York as its "primary consideration" because CSX serves the Harlem River Yards Ventures there -- which could make it easier to expand to such cities as Atlanta, Boston, Chicago and Washington, D.
Overlooking the Harlem River, it contains two of White's masterpieces, the Gould Memorial Library (completed in 1899) with its splendid dome, and the open-air colonnade of his Hall of Fame for Great Americans, from 1912.
Summary: A fire underneath New York City's Harlem River bridge cut off commuter train services into and out of Grand Central Terminal Monday.
CCA has applied the technology to two roll-off trucks in Brooklyn as well as on trash compactors and loaders at Waste Management transfer stations in Greenpoint and at the Harlem River Yard in the Bronx.
Or worse, if you are silly enough to tool along the FDR or Harlem River Drive here with the top down on a V-6 Mustang convertible on a hot August afternoon in the middle of rush hour, with cars and trucks madly whizzing about you, with particulate matter of seemingly all sorts flying into your face and hair, savvy New York motorists will tailgate you, shake their heads, laugh and shout insults, including a nastily hurled AoVisitor
I am saying that this country is diseased and spreading itself all over the world in the form of globalization, which is just a fancy term for gentrification, be it in the South Bronx, where a young black man can eat 41 bullets in a single bound, or in Harlem, where whitey is pushing black people into the Harlem River belly up with the dead fish and condoms.
The year also saw the fourth Eddystone lighthouse at Plymouth, the new bridge at Kew and, in the colonies, the Free Bridge across the Harlem river.
The crack addict's murder went undiscovered until her body was pulled from the Harlem River in New York last week.
In spring, in the early morning, I may see the Columbia University crew team on the Harlem River.
Harlem River rail yards, on a site bounded by East 132nd Street, the New York Connecting Railroad and the Triborough Bridge in the Bronx, two units.
Due to an editing error, "A Breath of Air in Harlem" (In Brief, September/October 2000) mistakenly referred to the highway blocking Harlem's access to the waterfront as the Harlem River Drive.
All with zoom lenses, capable of capturing a Paul O'Neill hissy fit from a floating tower built on the Harlem River if necessary.
The green team will work to beautify the neighborhood and then spread into adjacent Highbridge Park, which stretches for two miles along the Harlem River.