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I live in the Bronx, and have subscribed to the Altice cable service for years. Recently, we were having problems with cable and they scheduled a repair technician. I told them I wanted the tech to have proof of both vaccine doses, must wear a mask, and sanitize his hands when entering. more
The death of writer and activist Ruth Mullen due to a “pedestrian” accident was tragic and senseless. more
A recent issue of The Riverdale Press described the noise from parties held at Van Cortlandt and Seton parks. more
Gov. Andrew Cuomo came into office promising the most transparent administration in history. Without question, Cuomo failed miserably in achieving his transparency goal. Cuomo ruled by fear and intimidation behind closed doors. more
In chess, you can’t control the game unless you control the board. The same can be said about politics, and since virtually the birth of this republic, the state legislature has had arguably complete control of the congressional and legislative redistricting process. more
I would like to ask for your help in publicizing a wrong inflicted on our neighborhood — and specifically at 2727 Palisade Ave. — by the city’s transportation department. more
While I admire people who have the courage to express strong conviction, the pedantic approach used by Richard Warren in his recent letter to the editor does not leave room for much discussion, and leads me to feel he is a follower of conventional wisdom. more
I am a mother. I have two daughters. I had three pregnancies. I was in an abusive relationship with a partner who despised me. He cheated on me repeatedly with friends, and was verbally and physically abusive. Our relationship was in its final, terrible stages when I became aware I was pregnant. more
I write this letter to urge the community of Riverdale to consider using less single-use plastics. more
This coming week — beginning Oct. 3 — has been designated Mental Health Awareness Week, a time set aside for further reflection on mental illness and the stigma that still persists against addressing it openly. more
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