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It had to be the matching corduroy blazers. At least that’s what Jacob Klawans and Jonathan Sudo are crediting for winning the Open Championship with the New York City Urban Debate … more
Despite promises to the contrary, lights on a pedestrian footbridge on West 235th Street and Henry Hudson Parkway are still out. Even worse, there’s no timetable for when they might come back on … more
A dumpster will be available in Riverdale Monday for those looking for a way to complete the traditional chomezt disposal that precedes Passover. more
Amber Charter School is moving from its Washington Heights location to 3120 Corlear Ave. in Kingsbridge this fall. It will take over the middle school space of the Tech International Charter School, … more
Joanne Santos has done the same thing every Sunday morning for nearly 20 years.  She wakes up at 4 a.m. in her Throggs Neck home, gets dressed, and hails a cab to take her to the other side … more
Parents give task force earful about programs for gifted childrenParents seem to have a lot of problems with the gifted and talented programs at area schools: information not easily available, no … more
In a recent medieval history class at the College of Mount Saint Vincent, Professor David Gallo, 59, discussed fealty pledging and the ceremony of homage between a vassal and a lord. He called on his … more
A president-elect traveled to Washington, D.C. for his inauguration against the backdrop of a nation deeply divided and a civil war just a few months away. As Abraham Lincoln traveled from his … more
A few hours before a blizzard hit in the small hours of March 14, The Press asked passersby and food shoppers along W. 259th Street and Riverdale Avenue how they would be spending their snow day and … more
Con Edison will repair the lights on the pedestrian bridge on 235th Street and Henry Hudson Parkway — news that residents like Steve Reich and … more
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