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If you watch Bronx Science’s softball team enough, you know it’s just a matter of time. more
Manhattan had to like its chances of moving on in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference softball tournament. There were the Jaspers, sitting with a two-run lead against defending champion Marist … more
Some of the northwest Bronx’s older residents might remember days when all that kept people away from the Jerome Park Reservoir was a three-foot fence around its outer edge.  more
With a paint-splattered reflective vest and a pair of gloves that look like Jackson Pollock designed them, John Provetto walks up the pedestrian bridge near West 235th Street to reverse engineer a … more
With 8.6 million people living in New York City, and 1.5 million in the Bronx alone, it’s easy sometimes to get lost in the shuffle. more
If God really exists, he/she (sorry, don’t know the pronoun) must have been a very nice person since he created this paradise called Earth for us puny little humans. more
Will there come another as Franklin Delano Roosevelt? This country has never before or after him be so united, so together. During World War II, he had the country working three shifts producing … more
It was with some head scratching that we read Sen. Jeff Klein’s absurdly titled “The real facts about the IDC” in the April 28 issue of The Riverdale Press. Klein asserts that if it were not for his IDC, there would be no progressive outcomes in the legislative and budget process. more
I want to thank all the people in my Congressional district who made the effort to join me and the over 200,000 individuals who came to put our planet first at the Washington Climate March on April 29. more
I want to inform you of an incident which happened to me. On Wednesday, I went online to check my account balance and discovered my account had been cleaned out. Six different ATM withdrawals from Citibank branches in Queens! more
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