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Several elected officials and environmental groups have a message for so-called Big Oil. They want those petroleum-producing companies to pay for the costs related to climate change in New York state. more
Members of longtime Benjamin Franklin Reform Democratic Club leader Bruce Feld celebrated his life last week. Feld, who was serving as a vice president of the club at the time of his death, was remembered as a “great political mind” and “irreplaceable.” He was 84 when he died on Nov. 5. more
Kingsbridge businesses are demanding long-term leases from their landlord Marcus & Millichap and their agent Henri Kissler before the property where they do business is sold off for Kingsbridge Armory redevelopment. more
In the same week her twin 8-year-old daughters decided to run for student government at P.S. 81, Abigail Martin announced the relaunch of her campaign for district leader in the 81st Assembly District. more
The future of Manhattan College’s former Overlook Manor may be as an asylum seeker migrant housing facility based on a letter provided to The Riverdale Press and a building permit posted on the city buildings department website. 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
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
Gov. Kathy Hochul signed a legislative package, consisting of four pieces of legislation, intended to ensure tenants’ safety during certain emergencies. Among those four bills packaged together and signed on Nov. 17, was one sponsored by Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz and state Sen. Shelley Mayer. more
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