Wednesday, September 17, 2014
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On his way to vote in Tuesday’s Democratic primary, Riverdalian Robert Zolf encountered former Councilman Oliver Koppell, the challenger to state Sen. Co-majority Leader Jeff Klein. A few paces … more
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On Sept. 4, the first step of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plan for universal pre-kindergarten went into effect, with about 50,400 families enrolled in pre-k spots around the city, according to … more
The incumbent declared victory after receiving a phone call from Mr. Koppell, who conceded defeat around 10:50 p.m. “This was a campaign that meant a lot to me, and it should mean a lot to … more
After Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Mayor Bill de Blasio, nearly every incumbent in the Bronx and a phalanx of large unions endorsed state Sen. Co-majority Leader Jeff Klein for reelection, it will be a major … more
State Sen. Co-majority Leader Jeff Klein has allocated nearly $14 million to his district so far this year, with $1.25 million of those funds benefitting Riverdale. Mr. Klein announced most of the … more
Inside Artie’s Barber Shop on Manhattan College’s campus, two chairs, one with a washbasin for shampoos, one for haircuts, are unoccupied. Shampoo and conditioner bottles perch on … more
Lori Gill futzes around with an app on her tablet as she stands on the sideline during football practice at Riverdale Country School (RCS).  But Gill, the school’s athletic trainer, is … more
After citing the East Bronx law office of state Sen. Co-majority Leader Jeff Klein as an illegal commercial use in a residential zone in 2006, the city’s Department of Buildings (DOB) has now referred the site to its padlock unit — the first step in a long process that could end with the office’s eviction. more
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