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The Press has received many responses to the Dec. 8 article and editorial about towing.  more
Last fall the Hebrew Home informally presented to Community Board 8 two proposals for construction of a 385 unit Continuing Care Retirement Community development known as the “Sail … more
Gov. Andrew Cuomo last Tuesday sided with the overwhelming majority of Albany lawmakers and signed a bill to block the deeply flawed New York City disposable bag fee.  The move placed a … more
Awareness is the key. When we are complicit in a system of injustice and oppression, the least we can do is be aware of it. Otherwise we are fully, fully complicit. more
To the editor: It makes sense for the MTA to cancel its ill-conceived subway station garbage can removal program. In the 1960s, it was common to find both penny gum and soda machines dispensing … more
Two years before the U.S. Constitution was ratified, Thomas Jefferson lived in Paris as his country’s minister to France. Despite an ocean separating him from framers in Philadelphia, the future president still found ways to communicate with those formulating what would become our great nation — especially concerning the role media should play in a free and open government. more
As a 50-year-old Riverdale resident, I have been involved with many neighborhood issues. more
My father likes to say that “when diplomats do their job effectively, soldiers don’t die.” more
Recently, The Press published an article regarding a homeless individual who built structures on the JFK campus. The NYPD had responded several times to the location looking for the structures and … more
We are a group of constituents from Senate District 34 who are concerned about the Independent Democratic Conference’s role in the New York State legislative process under Sen. Jeffrey D. Klein’s leadership. more
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