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In the 2022 elections, in one of the bluest states in the nation, one House seat after another fell to the Republicans. more
O’ happy spring — which, in old English, means Lent. more
One of the single greatest challenges confronting Bronx families is the crushing cost of child care. Studies have shown repeatedly that child care has long and lasting benefits for the socio-emotional development of children. more
For the 28 years that I have lived in the neighborhood of Van Cortlandt Park, I have seen important positive changes in the park — including the improvements to the Putnam Trail to make it more accessible, the educational markers that address the legacy of slavery associated with the owners of the land, the outreach and programming developed by the park’s partner organization the Van Cortlandt Park Alliance, and recently, the work on the daylighting of Tibbetts Brook. more
Readers of the recent edition of The Riverdale Press who own homes, condos and co-operative stock shares in Riverdale — and in all of New York City — should take note of the Point of View by Laura Spalter and Rob Spalter.  more
Here are some questions regarding the long-running defamation suit against Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz. more
There comes a time when you heed a certain call and can’t sit and be silent anymore. Maybe it’s your heart. Maybe it’s your soul. Maybe it’s your rage about some injustice — and not just yours, but it spreads widely and others feel the same way. more
As objective and independent news writers and editors, we have an imperative to cover the issues most important to you, the people of our greater Riverdale community. more
As we close out yet another Black History Month, let’s take a moment to celebrate the many contributions African-Americans have made to the country. They’ve done this despite discrimination and oppression — something even the Bronx, in the past, was not immune to. more
New York City was built on the backs of working-class New Yorkers; people like my mother, Dorothy Mae Adams, a single mother who worked multiple jobs to support my five siblings and myself. She sacrificed everything for us, and I know that there are thousands of New Yorkers doing the same today in our city for their families. more
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