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One neighbor with a lot of determination is standing between the city’s School Construction Authority and a bulldozer at the site of the demolished Visitation Church where it wants to build a school. more
Mayor Eric Adams blamed the migrant crisis for the announced budget cuts that left the city reeling and its residents grumbling back in November. Budget cuts were heavily anticipated to affect parks and libraries locally. more
City Public School Chancellor David Banks announced a plan Monday to combat antisemitism, Islamophobia, and all hate. Banks said he met with community members, school staff, families, and students to draw up the plan. more
IN-Tech Academy seniors went back in time last Friday as Principal David Weissberg guided them on the school’s first college and career march. more
Through its Bronx Rise Leadership initiative, the Oyate Group has helped out impoverished people throughout New York City, including greater Riverdale. This Thanksgiving they distributed more than 2,000 frozen turkeys to combat food insecurity. more
This ‘wolf’ on Mosholu Avenue scared many a trick-or-treater on Halloween. It was one of many oversized autumnal decorations on greater Riverdale streets. more
The Bronx Basketball Hall of Fame ’s second annual induction dinner and ceremony on Nov. 2 at Villa Barone Manor in Throggs Neck drew around 450 people to honor the 16 newest members. more
If it’s Halloween, then it’s time for Manhattan College students to provide a safe and happy event on the Riverdale college’s campus. more
Three students from greater Riverdale were marked with outstanding academic achievements from Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts, as first and second honors. more
Green houses and arthropods played a significant role in three Wave Hill intern teens’ lives this past year. more
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