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Every Nov. 11 the soldiers who have fought bravely and gave their lives for this country to protect the rights we hold dearly are remembered with parades and solemn ceremonies at military grave sites. more
In this time of deep sadness and anger over the Oct. 7 Hamas attack on Israel and the ensuing war, greater Riverdale has done what is has always done: help seach other heal. more
Nearly one in every eight women will develop breast cancer in their lifetimes. This year, according to the American Cancer Society, nearly 300,000 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed in women in the United States alone, with another 56,000 cases of ductal carcinoma in situ — an affliction of milk ducts that turn malignant, which is said to be an early form of breast cancer. more
It has been nearly seven months since a fire ignited by a lithium-ion battery on an e-scooter that was charging inside a supermarket in Fordham Heights. While the store was destroyed, no one was killed, thankfully. more
Hamas’ Saturday morning assault on Israel was more than just shocking demonstration of barbarism. The toll of Israeli dead and wounded — not to mention those kidnapped and taken into the Gaza Strip by these murderers — is sickening. And it should alarm and enrage civilized people everywhere. more
It’s no secret this country — this city — has a fentanyl problem. But for many, it really didn’t hit home until the poisoning death of 1-year-old Nicholas Dominici of Kingsbridge Heights at his Jerome Park day care center. more
It’s a tale of two parks with one thing in common: they were both considered to host the Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup next year. This tale ends differently than most sports-related … more
There’s definitely a problem in the hallways of Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy. And by the inaction of the principal and the city’s education department, it’s not getting better any time soon. more
““This issue will destroy New York City. Destroy New York City. We’re getting 10,000 migrants a month.” Those were the words of Mayor Eric Adams last week during a town hall with residents and electeds regarding the asylum seeker crisis. more
Some 158 million Americans voted in the 2020 U.S. presidential election, but 63 million eligible people could not because they weren’t even registered to vote. more
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