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The Press has received many responses to the Dec. 8 article and editorial about towing.  more
As a follow-up to the letter from Stephen Budihas, I would like to point out that U.S. Rep. Adriano Espaillat, who also represents part of our community, has been important in efforts to secure the Paycheck Protection Program for housing co-operatives. more
While we deal with the challenges of a pandemic that is unique in the lifetime of anyone not older than 102, certain things do not change. Just look at the May 17 edition of the Daily News, which shows the concerns of poor working people are still ignored. more
There are a lot of things I miss with the coronavirus — big things. Like seeing my parents in Philly face-to-face. And small things, like going to the gym, or getting my hair done. more
Our city is changing, and one fact remains the same: Tobacco use is the leading cause of preventable death and disease for New Yorkers. more
All polls show that the vast majority of Americans are not in favor of precipitously dropping social restrictions taken to diminish the threat of the pandemic. more
With a master’s degree in public health and as a retired health care professional, I’ve become extremely concerned during my Palisade Avenue walks regarding the increase in numbers of soiled disposable gloves and masks being thrown along Palisade. more
I live on Sedgwick Avenue and I’m expressing my concern about the sale of 3377 Sedgwick Ave. — a house that occupies three lots. more
This year marks the 75th anniversary of the American invasion of Okinawa on Easter Sunday, April 1, 1945 — the final and bloodiest battle of the Pacific War. more
There is a great danger in times of widespread social distress that people may turn to bigotry and hatred of “the other.” more
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