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You can make Riverdale cleaner and greener — right from your kitchen counter. more
Bulldozers, jackhammers and cranes are officially in full effect underneath the Major Deegan Expressway on the Old Putnam Line as contractors work to clean up a hotly negotiated-for strip of land. more
Compared to the rest of the city and even its own borough, the Riverdale-Kingsbridge area doesn’t find itself mentioned in pop culture very much. more
One of the most salient issues affecting New York politics over the past several years has been the formation and existence of the Independent Democratic Conference in the state senate and how it affects the balance of Democrats and Republicans in Albany. more
All it took for Laurie Walton to become the director of The Riverdale Y’s performing arts department was a knock on the door and an offer to direct a teen show. All on a budget of $500. more
Under the comfort of a big tree and a summer breeze, jazz group Ginetta’s Vendetta perform for an intimate crowd at the Amalgamated Train Park seeking only one thing: audience enjoyment. more
Police in the 50th Precinct needs help identifying and tracking down a man who tried to steal a necklace from a senior citizen. more
Nine New York City parents filed a petition with the state’s commissioner of education MaryEllen Elia, charging the city’s education department failed to reduce class sizes as required by Contract for Excellence Law. more
Monday afternoon, a day before their high school graduation, a group of friends enjoy a sunny, 75-degree day in Van Cortlandt Park. They grill hot dogs and sit in the shade, all just steps from the massive swimming pool. more
Getting off the Henry Hudson Parkway at Exit 22 was not an option last Friday morning. more
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