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In the mornings after Hurricane Maria, Sylvia Estrada-Cruz drank nothing but salty coffee. more
For many reporters who have come and gone over the 67 years, their paths to The Riverdale Press have been fascinating ones. more
When Jose Rodriguez from state Sen. Jeff Klein’s office arrived in the lobby of the Winston Churchill co-op in Spuyten Duyvil to pick up donations to help Hurricane Maria relief efforts for Puerto Rico, he found more than a dozen children waiting. more
It was supposed to be a quiet and peaceful Sunday in Riverdale, but the day didn’t turn out as planned. more
Dustin Jones can’t take trains the same way most other people can. more
With great fanfare and a parade — running from Battery Park, past the fountain at City Hall Park, to Union Square and back downtown again — New York City residents celebrated a sight they had never seen before: fountains spraying water into the air. more
What’s in a name? For those running Riverdale Mental Health Association, its name no longer best expressed the services provided or the communities served. more
If you could spend $1 million to improve your neighborhood, how would you spend it? That was the question asked by Joshua Stephenson, community liaison for Councilman Andrew Cohen, at the … more
The changes were supposed to make the area safer. Instead, some residents believe they the made the intersection of Kappock Street and Knolls Crescent more dangerous. more
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Hurricanes Maria and Irma caused massive damage and destruction to Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands last month. It’s displaced countless families as both U.S. territories start the slow rebuilding process, forcing many to relocate. more
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