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The Press has received many responses to the Dec. 8 article and editorial about towing.  more
The Bronx and West Virginia don’t exactly have a lot in common, but one thing they do share similarities in is population. There are 1.5 million people in our borough, while West Virginia has just under 1.8 million. more
In her Sept. 27 letter, Phoebe O’Connor claims that closing the Indian Point nuclear power plant would change our ability to provide reliable, clean power to downstate New York. But this claim is full of holes. more
The killing of a black man, Botham Jean, by a white police officer in his home in Texas is beyond outrageous! There have been so many killings of unarmed black men by white police it is heartbreaking. more
I seem to find myself in the minority in today’s Democratic Party. more
The Democratic political establishment — both in the Bronx, and statewide — took a considerable hit last week when many of their candidates, including state Sen. Jeffrey Klein, lost bids to keep their jobs in Albany. more
One thing Judge Brett Kavanaugh said in his now famous Senate Judiciary Committee rant was that his Democratic opponents were spending cast sums of money to promote his defeat. more
I am making a strong call to our elected officials to act on this paper’s Sept. 6 article that reported on the possible closure of both Subway — which would be unfortunate — and Key Food, which would be a local disaster. more
After decades of animal advocates’ efforts for a Bronx animal shelter and veterinary clinic, everything finally lined up perfectly — the city has the funding, the location, and a passed local law that mandates full-scaled shelters in all five boroughs. more
I’m curious as to why Ms. Jennifer Scarlott has so much faith in the Southern Poverty Law Center, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. more
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