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The Press has received many responses to the Dec. 8 article and editorial about towing.  more
The weekend of Oct. 19-20 was an absolute feast for Riverdale classical music lovers. Within 26 hours, we were treated to three concerts of the highest quality at, or very close to, home. more
A purported final proposal for bus service for the Bronx has been released by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. more
“For God’s sake, Tommy. Whatever you do, find a cure.” more
“If you like your health care plan, you can keep it,” Joe Biden declared on the day that General Motors (already holding out for higher medical co-pays and deductibles in the new contract) cut strikers’ health insurance, forcing the union to pay for COBRA. On Sept. 26, GM restored worker health benefits, but the issue of employer-based insurance remains. more
I am fairly new to Riverdale, and I enjoy reading The Riverdale Press. Thanks for the piece about the opioid crisis here. However, I was taken aback by John Saunder’s comment about Alcoholics Anonymous and people who relapse: “If they couldn’t stay sober, they’re kicked out of the program.” more
The only thing that will put a dent into mass murders is the banning of assault weapons. more
Here are some facts on the Israeli-Palestinian conflicted reported last year, but not in the mainstream media. In the March 20, 2018 CounterPunch, Jonathan Cook reported on Israel’s plans to annex the West Bank. He quotes their foreign minister, Naftali Bennett, on the issue of a Palestinian state. Bennett said, “We are done with that. They have a Palestinian state in Gaza.” more
Tens of thousands of Americans apply to U.S. medical schools each year. Only a fraction gain admission. The University of Arizona, for instance, posted a 1.9 percent acceptance rate in 2018. UCLA, Florida State University and Wake Forest accepted fewer than 3 percent of applicants. more
The loony left wants to punish motivated, hard-working, gifted and intelligent students by eliminating their special programs and forcefully integrating them with boring teachers and mediocre classmates. more
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