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Some of the northwest Bronx’s older residents might remember days when all that kept people away from the Jerome Park Reservoir was a three-foot fence around its outer edge.  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
Since the inauguration of President Donald Trump, elected officials — particularly GOP members of Congress — have regularly faced off with protesters and angry questioners at town halls. The … more
Headlines covering U.S. Rep. Adriano Espaillat’s first 100 days in Congress may have focused on a questioner who was nearly dragged off by security after seemingly rushing the podium, but it turns out the rookie congressman gave a speech, too. more
Police seemed baffled about why one man assaulted another last week while the victim was shopping.  That victim, 56, was walking in front of 184 W. 237th St., outside of the Riverdale … more
Tenants at 500 W. 235th St. have been living without gas for months, and one local elected official blames the landlord.  more
Suicide, racism, feminism, justice.  Those are just a few of the topics covered by students between the ages of 11 and 20 who performed at last week’s Youth Poetry Slam at the … more
The parks department broke ground in April on improvements to Van Cortlandt Park that will add a skate park and refurbished basketball court.  The project between West 242nd and West 240th … more
Anyone who has paid attention to a tight political race, especially in a major city like New York, knows beating an incumbent can be an almost insurmountable challenge.  Justin Sanchez … more
If you live on Sedgwick Avenue and were beginning to wonder when your street would finally be clear of construction and electrical work, you finally have an answer.  It’s going to be a … more
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