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Just over the past few years alone, there have been some great victories at the local level, and there have been some disappointments. more
It’s 2020, and there are so many things to look forward to. For us here at The Riverdale Press, it’s a celebration of our 70th anniversary. more
Your readers should know that the Dec. 12 headline story and editorial (re: “Check politics at the door,” Dec. 12) was prompted by a resolution ending in, “therefore be it resolved that the aging committee of Bronx Community Board 8 urges the MTA to consider the needs of seniors and people with mobility issues when determining the number and schedule of express buses serving the communities of Bronx Community Board 8.” more
I live next to the Fieldston School, but otherwise have no connection to it, so I cannot pass judgment on its firing of J.B. Brager. However, your entire story clearly adopted the narrative of Brager’s supporters, framing the controversy in their terms, and giving only token coverage to Brager’s critics. This may be because the story’s author is not familiar with the issue behind the controversy. more
I have never seen a more graphic example of the damage the as-of-right clause which governs so much of our present construction looks like. It is only a few years ago that the building at 628 W. 238th St., was built. It is a medium-sized apartment building put up on a tiny and narrow street. more
If you read this newspaper, you’ve most likely walked past the storefront on West 231st Street bearing the name “Benjamin Franklin Reform Democratic Club.” Above the metal gate, there’s a sign naming local elected officials. Perhaps during campaign season, you’ve spotted a few people gathered around a folding table under the fluorescent lights. more
President Trump has said Saudi Arabia is paying the United States billions of dollars in return for thousands of American troops stationed there, among them an additional 3,000 since late 2019. He said the money is deposited into a special bank account. more
Reading in the Jan. 11 New York Times about how elected officials in Queens stepped in to save Neir’s Tavern — a bar in the Woodhaven section of the borough that opened in 1829, making it the oldest continuous bar in New York City operating at the same location — I couldn’t help but think, why didn’t our elected officials in Riverdale step in early enough to save the Villa Rosa Bonheur, one of the most beautiful buildings in the Bronx — if not the entire City of New York — dating back to 1924? more
Alessandra Biaggi has a novel approach when it comes to elections: Just because she supports one candidate, doesn’t mean she opposes another. Except the state senator’s approach shouldn’t be so novel. more
I recently marched with tens of thousands of people in a solidarity march against hate and anti-Semitism. As someone who has seen anti-Semitic graffiti and language in my own place of work, it is uplifting to stand with friends and allies in the constant struggle against fear, bias and hate. more
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