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Lehman’s Oldest graduate, Barry Dratel, listens during the college’s 2010 graduation ceremony. For his story and a list of local graduates, see page A8. more
By N. Clark Judd A new organization is taking over the running of Van Cortlandt Park. Instead of direct city control, Vannie will be operated by a joint public-private partnership called … more
By Kate Pastor Stella D’oro Biscuit Co. has entered into an agreement with Lance Inc., a North Carolina –based company, to sell the brand as well as some manufacturing equipment and … more
Justin Pando does a celebratory dance after receiving his David A. Stein Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy diploma on stage at the College of Mount Saint Vincent on June 25. more
Many of the calls Officers George Ramirez, left, and Joe Diaz receive involve sorting out arguments, and Officer Ramirez said the job has made him a more patient person as a result. Here the officers … more
2008 Great Recession When the nation's economy crumbled, Riverdale wasn't immune. The last bookstore in the area, PaperbacksPlus on Riverdale Avenue, closed. Other stores also shut their … more
A series of photos submitted by reader Leslie Hogan with a unique perspective on an age-old tradition. more
One out of five persons in the United States suffer from a mental health problem. Most of us know someone who has struggled with depression, anxiety, alcoholism or similar emotional problems. … more
We, at Riverdale Dental Arts are a comprehensive dental team of highly trained dental professionals offering a full range of cosmetic and general dental care. We provide dental treatment in a … more
Eyesore no more Grade: A+ The eyesore that never was : An eyesore slated for the Oct. 29 issue never made it to print. The Parks Department beat ‘The Press’ to deadline, combating … more
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