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Just when you thought the election season was over, there is something else voters have to focus on in the general election other than the gubernatorial election and some competitive congressional races. There are four ballot initiatives to ponder. more
Imagine a place where bicyclists, walkers, and runners can feel safe walking down a recreational path — for a safe commute in Riverdale. more
Community Board 8 members have known since last October the School Construction Authority wanted to build a school on a shady block across from Van Cortlandt Park where the former Church of the Visitation sits consumed by weeds. But, now they want to know the details — and they are prepared to leverage their influence. more
Returning home from military service can be challenging for service members, especially those returning to school. more
State Sen. Alessandra Biaggi has had a busy election season. more
While listening to a game on the radio at 5:30 a.m. on the corner of West 235th Street and Independence Avenue, a man was pulled out of his car and thrown to the ground by two perps. more
Greater Riverdale will see two traveling lanes for the next year or so on Riverdale Avenue. more
A native Riverdale resident has published a novel that is about a young man fighting back against a corrupt clergy that has molested his friends while attending church and Catholic school. more
The last of a row of boarded-up Queen Anne style homes disappeared last summer to make way for two mixed-used buildings at 215 and 229 West Kingsbridge Road — the brainchild of developer Paul Durgaj. more
Lehman College and some of its CUNY brethren have come out on top in recent college rankings. more
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