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This year has been one of change and turbulence as the world fully awakened from the COVID-19 pandemic. For our team here at The Riverdale Press, that has meant a refocusing of sorts on the issues that mean the most to our readers. more
Looking to rent a studio or two-bedroom apartment in the northwest Bronx? Expect to pay a little more than $1,500 to $2,600 per month after the city’s new rent stabilized guidelines-approved increases for one-year and two-year leases of 3.25 percent and 5 percent, respectively. more
If the 2022 midterm elections will be remembered for anything, it will be the congressional and gubernatorial Republican “red wave” that wasn’t. more
Can New York City’s Pre-K for All guarantee still be a reality when a large number of the independent pre-kindergarten providers aren’t reimbursed for providing said services, and the person in charge abruptly quits? more
A city law enacted in 2017 that was supposed to guarantee counsel to apartment tenants facing eviction has failed miserably. The end of a pandemic-related two-year moratorium on evictions has shown how ill-prepared the city’s legal service right to counsel unit was to handle the explosion of such evictions over the past five months. more
Anyone watching the Oct. 13 Community Board 8 meeting might have thought they mistakenly tuned into a public access television sitcom. more
Can the greater Riverdale community have two Democratic political clubs competing for membership at a time in our country’s history where the Republican Party successfully polarizes the nation? more
One of the most positive developments to come out of the recent city council redistricting draft map fiasco is that it looks like the Kingsbridge Armory will remain in Pierina Sanchez’s city council district. And that’s a good thing for everyone living in that part of Kingsbridge Heights. more
Summers are for beaches, barbecues and outdoor concerts. But for Faye, every day of her summers during her college years was spent inside a hot factory, pushing a button many times over. more
“The pandemic is over.” With those words, President Joe Biden declared an end to the coronavirus pandemic that has claimed the lives of more than 6.5 million people, and more than 1 million here in America. more
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