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As the calendar rolls over to June, most Americans who consider themselves patriots know it’s time to celebrate Flag Day on June 14. more
The country’s asylum seeker crisis — exacerbated by a concerted effort of politicized policies of Texas and Florida governors and the expiration of Title 42 — is a major issue for New York City. more
It was only seven months ago when the administration of the International Leadership Charter School broke ground on its middle school one block away from its West 231st Street campus. Evelyn Velez, the school curriculum and instruction director for the new school at the time boasted about how supportive the community was. more
The irony of Jordan Neely’s chokehold death at the hands of a so-called vigilante coming 16 years after his mother, Christie Neely, was fatally strangled and decapitated by her boyfriend, is not lost on anyone. more
We live in a time where a group of joyriders called the “Kia boys” can gain the notoriety of Billy the Kid or Bonnie and Clyde — all because of TikTok. more
Just over a year ago, it was the homeless shelter that may never be built. Now, the proposed living facility at 6661 Broadway in North Riverdale is the one whose costs seem to be increasing exponentially. more
(This editorial reflects changes from the print version) Restaurants in North Riverdale, Kingsbridge and Spuyten Duyvil may have survived the initial onslaught of the Covid-19 pandemic, but the battle after the lockdown has taken many casualties. The switch to more take-out has significantly cost those restaurants used to a more traditional business. more
W hat’s the best way to teach a child? The better question is, what’s the most effective way a child learns? Lagging student achievement is not new. As schools grapple with … more
Nearly two dozen residents from the greater Riverdale area penned an open letter last month asking the Riverdale Jewish community leadership to guide their congregants regarding the controversial judiciary reform proposal being floated in Israel. more
While current New York City mayor Eric Adams is content with the status quo of the marijuana marketplace throughout the five boroughs, one of his predecessors thinks something must be done. more
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