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To the editor: The unmitigated gall of Donald Trump to call anyone “crooked.” The man is being sued left and right for allegedly ripping off workers and suppliers. And let’s not … more
To the editor:  I am offended and disgusted at what I see on the picnic grounds in Van Cortlandt Park adjacent to Broadway and 242nd Street after every summer weekend. Garbage, more garbage … more
To the editor:  Prior to the 1962 newspaper strike of 114 days, New Yorkers had numerous newspapers. These included the New York Post, New York Daily News, New York Journal American, New York … more
Hello, my name is Anthony Capote; you may remember my name from some of the bylines here in The Press. This week, instead of just reporting this weeks political and crime news, I wanted to ask … more
Public libraries offer many wonderful things. There are computers and free wi-fi hotspots that allow people to surf the web and read about all kinds of stuff on the Internet. There are tech classes … more
To the editor: There are quite a few housing co-ops in the The Riverdale Press community, and occasionally they make the news.  An analysis (Thursday, July 14, 2016) covered, among other … more
To the editor: I am extremely concerned with the Riverdale, Bronx NYC Smart Growth Plan prepared by VHB P.C. for the North Riverdale Merchant and Business Association through a grant from the New … more
To the editor: Thank you for your recent analysis on the Park Reservoir management controversy.  For sixty years Park Reservoir has been a beacon of stability.  Its grounds and … more
John Nreca, a lifelong Riverdale resident, tragically took his own life at the age of 29. To know John was to love him. John worked to put himself through Baruch College, where he received a … more
Regarding Anthony Capote’s July 7th news article on the passing of Dr. Roscoe C. Brown, there are a number of clarifications in order.  First, Dr. Brown told me that … more
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