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For the past 20 years, Riverdale Senior Services has offered senior citizens rides to and from its 2600 Netherland Ave. location, doctor’s appointments, the bank, the supermarket and cultural … more
State Sen. Jeffrey Klein is calling out members of his old party to join him in supporting progressive causes in the senate like Planned Parenthood and single-payer health care. But Democrats have responded with a “you first.” more
Anyone who entered Salanter Akiba Riverdale Academy on May 22 might have been greeted by an oversized harp and band playing Middle Eastern music. It set the mood for the evening as visitors … more
If you look hard enough inside Wave Hill house’s tearoom on a busy day, you’ll find ... 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 a clipboard and checklist in hand, Laura Spalter inspects a step street at West 229th Street between Kingsbridge Terrace and Sedgwick Avenue, … more
It was the day before the trial of Chris Rausch, charged with the murder, in the second degree, of Robin Jones. The shooting was self-defense, her lawyers said. The prosecution, however, claims … more
This summer, The Riverdale Press welcomes a new reporter to its staff: Alexandra Hutzler.  A native of Miller Place on Long Island, Hutzler will enter her senior year at Manhattan College in … more
Tenants at 500 W. 235th St. have been living without gas for months, and one local elected official blames the landlord.  more
Not a single person yawned Sunday morning ... more
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