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This letter is to discuss the continuing failure of Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz. more
When I saw that Stuyvesant High School, one of the most elite schools in the country, had only admitted seven African American students out of 895, I was surprised and disappointed. more
It’s a sad day when the government takes away such a small pleasure like feeding birds/squirrels in New York parks. more
It was poignant to see ELLIS Preparatory Academy highlighted in The Riverdale Press’ otherwise sad and touching story by Simone Johnson. more
I’m a resident of Riverdale for many years. I grew up here and even went to grammar school at St. Gabriel’s. Both of my children attend school in the neighborhood. more
Some people think birds need to be fed birdseed in the winter months in New York City. What makes people think that our most lovely New Yorkers have food supply in the spring, summer and fall? more
In February, Mr. Mitch Perle and Mr. Jeff Torkin — principals of 2395 Palisade Avenue LLC and developers of the property known as Villa Rosa Bonheur — had a letter published in The Riverdale Press. This piece was a follow-up to a meeting held Feb. 7 as requested by the community, the first public meeting of the Spuyten Duyvil community directly with any of the principal developers of 2395 Palisade Ave. more
Every spring around state budget time, all the talk at the capital used to be about three men in a room. Not this year. more
Mumps is something we read about in history books, or maybe hear about in some anecdote shared by our grandparents. Measles, too. And whooping cough. more
Many of the state’s more than 200 lawmakers are getting some much-needed sleep right now after pulling an all-nighter or two over the past weekend to get New York’s massive $175 billion budget adopted. more
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