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If you haven’t registered to vote you still have until Saturday to do so before the upcoming general election on Nov. 7. more
Lehman College’s Speech and Hearing Center’s latest additions are meant to make patients feel like they are at home. The six suites the center unveiled Monday are designed to help children and adults with feeding disorders. more
Gov. Kathy Hochul was not the only New York resident in Israel during her visit last week. Hundreds of Americans and New York residents visiting Israel and Palestine have been struggling to evacuate with airlines like American Airlines and Delta Airlines canceling flights in the region indefinitely. more
Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz and Councilman Eric Dinowitz joined Jewish leaders and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer from Brooklyn last Thursday to support families with loved ones held hostage by Hamas attackers following the Oct. 7 attack on Israel. They joined thousands of people in Times Square to demand the release of all hostages being held in the Gaza strip immediately. There are 212 people held hostage in Gaza, said Israel’s military spokespersons on Sunday. At right, Pro-Israeli leaders spoke in front of an electronic ad in Times Square that showed the faces of the hostages. more
Following the Hamas attack on Israel, many feared last week whether they should send their children to school or not. At SAR Academy, however, more than 900 students, faculty, and staff joined in a Tefilot “On The Steps” prayer service for the people of Israel. more
The W Assisted Living at Riverdale Home for Adults is interfering with the rights of its roughly 250 residents to communicate confidentially with outside community groups that are trying to help them, according to a complaint filed with the New York State Department of Health. more
If it’s Halloween, then it’s time for Manhattan College students to provide a safe and happy event on the Riverdale college’s campus. more
The New York City Police Department reports four people assaulted three male teens on Tuesday, Sept. 26 at about 3 p.m. at 3720 Independence Ave. more
At least two prominent residents of greater Riverdale who were directly affected by the Oct. 7 terrorist attack on Israel have shared their stories with neighbors back home. more
Artificial intelligence has been quickly taking the world by storm, so it was only a matter of time before the New York City government started to make use of it. For the first time in the country, there is an AI tool specifically for business owners to use to obtain resources and links, and get immediate answers to all of their business-related questions, according to Mayor Eric Adams. more
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