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To the Editor: I write this on the 110th day of Israel’s barbaric siege and genocide in Gaza. As the days and nights of unspeakable horror and suffering in Gaza crawl by, I and millions around the world say: “’Never Again’ is happening again. How could ‘Never Again’ happen again? Apparently it was nothing but a hollow cliche.” more
To the Editor: I am 91 years old and have lived in Riverdale since 1957, in the same house. I would like to share this story with your readers: more
Taking a stroll on some of Van Cortlandt Park’s many trails in the middle of the day is a respite from the stress of the day for many living in and around Riverdale. It allows them to relax and be at peace. And it’s even great exercise. more
(The following is a letter sent to residents of the 81st Assembly District, encompassing the neighborhoods of Riverdale, Norwood, Wakefield, Fieldston, Woodlawn, Kingsbridge, North Riverdale, and Spuyten Duyvil.) Here is some positive news from Nov. 15’s New York State Democratic Committee meeting:  more
To the Editor: We are deeply disappointed and dismayed that the Van Cortlandt Jewish Center is preparing to sell its prominent Sedgwick Avenue building and adjacent private house on Stevenson Place to a developer who could transform a central part of this crossroads of our community.  more
(Re: “Just who is Benjamin Jackson,” Jan. 4) To the Editor: Civility in politics is at an all-time low and vitriol at an all-time high. An example is the recent spate of letters from members of the Unity Democratic Club in the Press.  more
For high school seniors and their families, choosing a college has become a lot like shopping for a new car — except that haggling isn’t allowed, and financing is more specifically “financial aid,” in the form of subsidized, unsubsidized or private student loans. more
As U.S. election officials gear up for the 2024 Presidential election, judges in over a dozen states could decide whether the 14th Amendment’s Section 3 disqualifies former President Donald Trump from future office. Recently, the Colorado Supreme Court removed candidate Trump from the state’s 2024 ballot, finding that the safeguard covers the office of U.S. President and that Trump personally engaged in insurrection. Trump has already appealed to the Supreme Court. more
To the Editor: I am new to Riverdale, one year in. When I arrived, I was told to be sure to subscribe to The Riverdale Press, which I did. How fortunate the area is to have a hometown newspaper, weekly at that!  more
To the Editor: By all appearances, our country is in a crisis.  The origin of the crisis is a lie. The lie coming from former President Donald Trump.  more
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