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To the editor: There is no politician more helpful or more answerable to constituents than that of Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz. more
To the editor: (re: “Protesters to city: We’re getting overlooked,” May 26) Funny that headline, that story. I was under the impression that one of the many jobs of a representative — such as that of our city councilman, pictured on the front page of this paper — was working to represent constituents in their home districts. more
To the editor: Another day, another shooting! Welcome to America, where we can agree on nothing. more
It’s likely the eve of the destruction of Roe v. Wade — an act likely to be met with cheers or outrage, depending on which side of the landmark 1973 U.S. Supreme Court abortion case people land on. more
Nuclear reactors are decommissioned. The rest of the cleanup is a massive deconstruction job, a lot of which involves low-level or non-radioactive material. Items like laundry and workers’ gear are considered low-level. Some of the buildings on the property fall into the non-radioactive category. more
What a difference a half century makes. In February 1972, the People’s Republic of China hosted a history-making American delegation headed by President Richard Nixon, the Middle Kingdom’s most important Western visitor since Marco Polo. more
To the editor: (re: “Ex-Gillibrand staff Hofflich launches senate campaign,” March 31) The Riverdale Press story on Lisa Hofflich expertly detailed why she is the most qualified person to represent the new state senate district currently represented by Aliessandra Biaggi. more
To the editor: With the anticipated re-criminalization of abortion, the United States of America — as a country — is like a disembarking airplane passenger who realizes that it left a garment onboard the airplane. more
Celestine Chaney, 65. Roberta Drury, 32. Andre Mackneil, 53. Katherine Massey, 72. Margus Morrison, 52. Heyward Patterson, 67. Geraldine Talley, 62. Ruth Whitfield, 86. Pearl Young, 77. And then there was Aaron Salter, a 55-year-old retired police officer. He spent his days after his time on the force greeting customers as they walked into the Tops supermarket in the Masten Park neighborhood of Buffalo. His job was security, and everyone knew him. And he knew everyone. more
My mother was the victim of medical malpractice 18 years ago after an elective, routine surgical procedure. She was 67 years old, in perfect health, and ready to embrace a new chapter in her life. more
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