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Hate crimes and hate speech has seen an increase in the first three weeks of January, leading up to an educational visit to Riverdale from the New York City Commission on Human Rights. more
The “How Many Stops Act,” legislation intended to increase police transparency was vetoed by Mayor Eric Adams last Friday. And now Speaker Adrienne Adams and several council members, including Eric Dinowitz, have vowed to override that veto. more
Yanely Henriquez, the mother of Angellyh Yambo honors her daughter on what would have been her 18th birthday . more
This Monday marked 100 days since more than 1,000 people in Israel were killed by Hamas terrorist attacks Oct. 7, 2023 leading to a declaration of war and the Israel Defense Forces killing thousands more in Gaza. more
An end to the Israel-Gaza conflict is not yet in sight. As war rages on and hundreds of innocents are being killed every week, elected figures and activists have continued to propose solutions to help victims of the war and put an end to the bloodshed that began on Oct. 7. more
For Rabbi Binyamin Krauss and a group of SAR Academy and High School students, parents and teachers, a November trip to Israel following the Oct. 7 Hamas terrorist attacks was more enlightening than they could have ever imagined. more
If you have driven or walked past Bell Tower Monument within the last three years there is a pretty good chance you’ve seen a woman holding up a sign reading ‘Black Lives Matter,’ ‘Unity Matters,’ or ‘Equal Justice For All.’ Her name is Carol Spivack and over that time she’s come to the monument in Riverdale to bring awareness to various problems in the world. more
The New York City Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying an individual depicted in surveillance camera footage of a grand larceny incident that occurred at a Best Buy in Kingsbridge. more
As demolition began last week at the five Kingsbridge businesses ravaged by a fire in December, business owners were waiting for the cause of the fire to be determined so they can proceed with insurance claims. more
There were sizable reductions in such crimes as grand larceny auto, burglary and murder across the city last year, according to the New York City Police Department’s end-of-year citywide crime statistics. more
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