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Eva Bental, 99, may have died in her Israeli home on Nov. 20, 2023, but her family in both the United States and their homeland don’t want her Holocaust experiences to die with her. more
A 17-year-old boy was arrested in the 41st Precinct and charged with robbery in connection to a theft that occurred near Van Cortlandt Park in the 50th Precinct on Nov. 11. The unnamed teen allegedly robbed a 24-year-old man at gunpoint in the vicinity of West 242 Street and Broadway. more
The Riverdale Neighborhood House will be location for a unique town hall Saturday, Dec. 3, that will focus on the intersection of the legal system and mental health. more
Marble Hill Houses is among 23 NYCHA apartment buildings that are part of $24.1 million in safety and security upgrades, the New York City Housing Authority announced Monday. more
Police arrested three men on Nov. 25 following a spate of pellet gun shootings in the 50th and 34th precincts over a three-day period, according to Citizens’ app. more
Orlando Roper, a 35-year-old Kingsbridge man, was arrested in connection to an alleged attack of a 77-year-old woman and assault of a police officer on Oct. 22. more
An estimated 290,000 people filled up the National Mall in Washington, D.C., last Tuesday, including local electeds and SAR students, in what is being called the largest pro-Israel march in U.S. history. Those there stood in solidarity with Israel in combating antisemitism and demanding the release of more than 200 hostages in Gaza. more
While a temporary ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas war was reached Tuesday night, Democrats in New York City had been  showing a schism in support for such action. more
Only two weeks after gathering in Seton Park in support of Israel and U.S. Rep. Ritchie Torres, even more SAR students and greater Riverdale community members joined tens of thousands of people on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., Tuesday to stand against antisemitism and for freedom of hostages held in Gaza by Hamas terrorists. more
Yossi Hershkovitz, 44, was a man of extraordinary integrity and kindness. His commitment to family and community, and of course to defending his beloved Israel, formed the cornerstone of his life. He had a serious, steadfast, calm demeanor and a smile that warmed your soul. Resolute and principled, he balanced his strength with a soft-spoken, warm, and generously compassionate nature. more
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