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Six years ago, the Hebrew Institute of Riverdale found itself caught up in a scandal involving a former part-time youth director. more
The wounds from the Horace Mann School sexual abuse scandal still seem fresh, nearly five years after the school formally apologized to more than three-dozen victims. more
The Bronx is enjoying a groundbreaking resurgence on many fronts, but there’s still a lot that can be improved. more
Lewis Kaminski is committed to pushing state Sen. Jeffrey Klein out of office, but he now concedes it might not be him doing the pushing. more
The federal government remains open despite little movement by lawmakers to help tens of thousands of young people here illegally. But until Republicans start doing something for those facing a Trump-imposed deadline sunsetting the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program — or DACA — don’t expect yes votes from our local congressmen, Eliot Engel and Adriano Espaillat. more
Some say good fences make good neighbors. But in certain cases, they cause problems. more
Maria Jose Guzman dreams of traveling all over the world, diving into other cultures while working for an international brand such as Coca-Cola or Gucci. more
As state and local lawmakers convened in Albany for joint budget hearings, Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Fix NYC traffic advisory panel has recommended one way to pay for much-needed repairs on New York City’s subway system: congestion pricing. more
Charles Moerdler was disgusted by what he read on the front page of The Riverdale Press on Jan. 25. more
A lot of money — hundreds of millions of dollars — has been earmarked for fixing problems at Marble Hill, Fort Independence and other city public housing developments. But those problems aren’t getting resolved, and no one’s quite sure what those millions are actually being used for. more
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