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A war of words has broken out in the pages of The Riverdale Press between Councilman Andrew Cohen and Charles Moerdler, the chair of Community Board 8’s land use committee. more
She has tallied just under six months in office, and state Sen. Alessandra Biaggi has already made some significant changes to her team with the departure of her chief of staff, Andrew Mutnick, and the apparent firing of his deputy, Christian Amato. more
The two newest homes in the Bronx are designed for those who once put their lives on the line in defense of our country. And they come with a Riverdale touch. more
Summer camp season is just weeks away, but some away-from-home daytime affairs — like those at Kingsbridge Heights Community Center — might have limited options for young teens this year. more
Next March, every household in the country is expected to receive a notice in the mail, encouraging them to fill out the 2020 U.S. Census Bureau survey. more
It was the beginning of a new year — 1975, that is. The ongoing energy crisis had cars lined up for gas from Riverdale Avenue to Broadway. The former Palisade Avenue home of longtime U.N. Secretary-General U Thant had just burned to the ground. And a McDonald’s restaurant opened its doors on Broadway for the first time, with a Burger King under construction up the road. more
Could there be a day when registering to vote takes no effort at all? The state senate has scheduled a hearing on automatic voter registration May 30 in Albany, led by state Sen. Zellnor Myrie of Brooklyn. more
Bronx borough president James Lyons hopped into his limousine outside the Bronx County Courthouse and directed his chauffeur to make haste for Marble Hill. The time for invasion had come. more
Every morning around 8:30, Eileen Remor steps onto the Bx7 bus at West 256th Street for a commute that takes her through Riverdale, down the hill, and finally to West 231st Street. There she hops off, making the quick walk toward Broadway to climb the steep stairs to the 1 train, which will finally get her to the Upper West Side. more
Alessandra Biaggi lives with an eating disorder, and she has since high school. more
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