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The moment Russian President Vladimir Putin marched his forces across the border into neighboring Ukraine on Feb. 24, 2022, the world was shocked. Not that Putin was going to do it — it was an open secret that an invasion was imminent. No, the world was shocked because it couldn’t believe he actually did it. more
To the editor: (re: “A $2 gel pen can thwart would-be ‘washers,’” March 2) It was very disheartening to read your story in the recent edition of The Riverdale Press. It outlined the rash of stolen/fished mail that contained hand-written checks, that were then washed and fraudulently rewritten with new recipient’s names, and new amounts were put in that, in some cases, drained the account’s balance. more
To the editor: Last year, home care advocates won a hard-fought battle to gain a $3 an hour increase above minimum wage. more
To the editor: I am disturbed to see the increasing graffiti around Riverdale. more
To the editor: Come one, come all and check out the newest addition to our neighborhood. more
To the editor: I have read with interest the ongoing dialogue in the Letters to the Editor from different elements of the Jewish community. I would like to introduce your readership to Jews For Racial & Economic Justice, a political and social activist organization whose work is informed by Jewish ethical values. more
Internal emails, recently unearthed by the U.S. House Committee on Oversight and Reform, show none other than a media lead for Shell, wishing “bedbugs” upon us, youth climate activists from the Sunrise Movement. And we’re not surprised. more
We have just exited Phase 2 of the balloon incident. In Phase 1, “Discovery,” the Biden administration went into action mode on finding that a Chinese “spy” balloon had crossed over half the United States. A U.S. Air Force jet shot the balloon down, displaying Cold War-style toughness with China. more
Over the years, The Riverdale Press has reported on a litany of crime rings — from stolen Honda CR-Vs and Kias, to catalytic converters, to car wheels and tires. more
We all know and use the Deegan Expressway, our workhorse of a highway cutting north to south through the Bronx. It was built in the 1950s — 70 years ago — and was built through Van Cortlandt Park, cutting it in two with the larger section on the western side, and the smaller area to the east. more
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