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Police are looking for two men they say were involved in a series of burglaries in the heart of the Kingsbridge business district last month. more
This Key Food has a new owner — one who refuses to share her name with The Riverdale Press, and refused to comment for this story. And it no longer employs 21 people who just happened to also be members of Local 338 of the Retail Wholesale, Department Store Union. more
When John Lewis was beaten by the police during what had started as a peaceful protest in Alabama on March 7, 1965 — a day later known as “Bloody Sunday” — he was essentially a second-class citizen in his own country. And he probably didn’t think that same country would one day fly its flags at half-mast in his honor. more
The coronavirus pandemic has a way of making people feel disconnected from others. But the Episcopal Church of the Mediator has actively worked to turn that around, led by new pastor, the Rev. Este Gardner. more
North Riverdale is usually pretty quiet, just blocks from the end of New York City, and the beginning of Yonkers. Yet, there’s not much going on. more
Anyone who thinks presidential campaign season is long obviously hasn’t checked out the political landscape in the Bronx. more
Manhattan College will depend on Aramark Corp., for its dining needs beginning this fall. The company maintains a large roster of clients employing more than 200,000 people and earning billions each year. But Aramark is probably more commonly known for its contracts providing similar services to prisons. more
As more restaurants and stores pull up their shutters and open to a community that’s desperately missed them, there’s one establishment neighbors are still getting to know. That is, the ones who haven’t already discovered it in grocery stores like Union Market. more
The Riverdale Y’s Sunday Market wants to give back to those who might be hungry with a food drive set for Aug. 2. Give Back NY is a statewide effort at various farmer’s markets to help stock some of the shelves of food pantries for those who might be going hungry during the coronavirus pandemic. more
They say not to leave anything in your car when it’s parked on the street — and that’s for good reason. more
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