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A pair of developers looking for the city’s help to build a nine-story mixed-use building at 5278 Post Road might have found a new hurdle beyond the rock outcroppings on the property they believe should give their plan special consideration. more
A state lawmaker seeks to empower embattled tenants to take their landlords to task for alleged rent overcharges by giving them more time to take action — much more time. more
Judge Judy may have a little bit of Riverdale on her mind. more
U.S. Rep. Eliot Engel addressed students from all over the country last week as part of the 2019 Global Engagement Summit held at the United Nations. more
Most days, Tracy Shuler drives from Brooklyn to Spuyten Duyvil, where he pours soul and strength into his job as a doorman greeting those who come home to 2465 Palisade Ave. more
Ruben Diaz Jr., heralded a Bronx that is surging upward and onward on multiple fronts — while also stressing the need for vast improvements on a plethora of others — in his 10th state of the borough address. more
Newspapers are tasked with delivering news and holding those entrusted with our leadership — whether government or otherwise — accountable. more
A little before dawn on Feb. 28, 1989, firebomb-wielding attackers laid siege to The Riverdale Press offices on Broadway, reportedly after the newspaper defended Salman Rushdie’s controversial novel “The Satanic Verses.” more
Throughout history, the relationship between the police and those they have sworn to serve and protect has proven to be complex. And it certainly isn’t just an international issue — it’s one that comes up all too frequently here in the United States as well. more
In a city afflicted by sundry forms of parking banditry, some lawmakers want to clamp down on something that doesn’t get a lot of attention normally: placard abuse. more
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