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When the new owners take the keys to Schervier Nursing Care Center later this year, they will do so with an all-new executive team. more
The Hudson River Greenway plan could finally bring people to one of Riverdale’s most scenic assets through small waterfront parks and trails. more
An additional Bx10 bus during the rush hour does not spell relief for riders. Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz announced the addition of a southbound bus for morning rush hour as a way to address … more
Mornings are typically a busy place not far from where West 236th Street and Independence Avenue meet. Here George Korfiatis and Rebecca Paul set up shop with their Park Lunch food truck, using … more
Zoned schools. Screened schools. Specialized high schools. Navigating the complex maze of the high school admission process can leave many students and families feeling overwhelmed and confused. … more
Hollywood has come to the David A. Stein Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy as the middle and high school held its first-ever student film festival, RKA Roar. Under the theme “Teen Life and … more
President Trump’s upcoming 100th day in office is something Jennifer Scarlott and Helen Krim want to ensure he will not forget. They are some of the local residents taking part in the … more
Every 98 seconds, someone in the United States is sexually assaulted. Every eight minutes, that person assaulted is a child. Those chilling numbers come from The Rape, Abuse and Incest National … more
Thieves targeted two U.S. Postal Service trucks last week by stealing their catalytic converters.  The trucks were parked in front of the post office at 5517 Broadway between April 19 and … more
The area of Riverdale just west of the Henry Hudson Parkway is known for its spectacular views of the Hudson River, massive single-family … more
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