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Ever since Harvey Weinstein’s much-deserved fall from grace last October for alleged acts we don’t even want to repeat here, the “Me Too” movement has opened the eyes of so many to a way of living many women (and some men) should never have to experience. more
No matter what your opinion might be of the current administration in the White House, one thing we can’t really complain about is how economic growth started under Obama continues to expand under Trump. more
Now that Community Board 8’s land use committee is set again to take up what has been one of Riverdale’s most controversial building projects in recent years, we’re going to hear a lot about the importance of zoning. more
The Press has received many responses to the Dec. 8 article and editorial about towing.  more
Whenever we have a cold snap like the one our region experienced last week, it’s easy to scratch our heads wondering what all the fuss is about climate change anyway. more
There are many lessons to be learned from the tragic Belmont fire last week that claimed the lives of 12 people just after Christmas. more
By the time our nation mourned the horrific acts at Sandy Hook Elementary School in December 2012, we as Americans already had endured Columbine and Virginia Tech, along with a number of other mass school shootings that killed 33 people since 1999. more
There was a lot to talk about in 2017 on the national and world stage ranging from Donald Trump’s first year in the White House to finally holding those accused of sexual misconduct accountable. more
They say 2059 is going to be a great year. more
All the way back in 1812, Massachusetts governor Elbridge Gerry signed a bill into law that redistricted his state’s congressional seats so much, it would be almost impossible for a member of Gerry’s party to not win their election. more
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