Letters to the Editor
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We see each other, speak or wave hello most weekdays, and we don’t even know each other’s names. more
I am furious. I am afraid. more
I read about Roosevelt Spivey’s barbershop, which is facing a doubling of its rent. more
We write as members of the Riverdale and surrounding communities who are very concerned about the dangers the novel coronavirus — SARS-CoV-2 — crisis creates for our neighbors and ourselves. more
Like many Riverdale residents, I’ve been following the story of the Westchester lawyer and his daughter who attends SAR High School. As we know, both tested positive for the virus that causes COVID-19. On March 11, I wanted to see if any other students, faculty or staff had tested positive, and I discovered that 29 had. more
I don’t always agree with Gov. Cuomo. However, he is doing one heck of a job during this coronavirus pandemic. With the drive-thru testing facility just opened in New Rochelle, the engagement of the National Guard in the hot zone of that area, etc., he shows the kind of leadership we need at a time like this. more
Every neighborhood has construction crews building or repairing infrastructure at some time. A constant of this condition is backup alarms on construction vehicles. We all hate them, but they are not just a quality of life annoyance — they are dangerous to our health. more
When I was working and getting private health insurance through my employer, I still had to pay half of the monthly premium ($450-odd for myself and my children), while my employer paid half. more
The entire list of Democratic candidates for president is discouraging, if not outright depressing. more
Watching the Oscars during the annual ceremony last month reminded me of how few stars from Hollywood’s golden ages are left. more
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