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I want to make some corrections and follow-up on the story about my candidacy for New York State Assembly in a previous edition. more
I read with great interest Heather J. Smith’s reporting on the potholes throughout Riverdale. As described in the story, the city’s maintenance and service for our interior roads is an abomination. more
All people should be saddened by the burning of the Cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris. Not just Christians, but also Jews, Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus, atheists, agnostics, etc. more
Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz wants to mandate that all children receive the required vaccines — which today means 53 injections — and wants to eliminate the religious exemption that allows parents to opt out. more
On May 6, the City Planning Commission certified as ready for ULURP review (successively by the community board, the borough president and the city council) a proposed zoning text change that could, from the standpoint of residents of the Riverdale community, drastically and permanently change the Special Natural Area District regulations, and with it, the character of the community. more
What is happening in New York City parks is microscopic of what is happening globally. more
When it comes to finally passing the New York Health Act, senate Democrats are really taking it on the chin. more
In August 1940, a young bespectacled American took a room in the Hotel Suisse in Marseilles. Later he changed to the more stately Hotel Splendide, and his name became famous among the refugees who were swarming the streets of Marseilles. more
To the editor: (re: “Collegian confronts congressman over Israel, Ilhan Omar,” April 25) Thank you to The Riverdale Press and reporter Heather J. Smith for the front-page story … more
“Am I tone deaf?” asks Larry Kudlow. Wilbur Ross, telling furloughed federal workers to get a loan (based on what income collateral, sir?) and their boss who cares not one whit about those workers struggling to keep a roof over their head, so he can positively grandstand. more
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