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People talked about several things last Thursday. The first heat wave of September hit, Hurricane Lee intensified to Category 5 in the Atlantic, Donald Trump’s indictments, Jimmy Fallon’s toxic workspace and it was the first day of school. more
The stories are endless with a unique ring to each. They belong to family, friends, and even competitors of a man who prioritized doing good deeds like he did when winning games. There were many more of those things to be realized — hence why days like last Thursday were hard for so many. more
Students participating in the Riverdale Neighborhood House summer student program visited with Riverdale Press editor Gary Larkin earlier this summer. He took them on a tour of the newspaper’s office, answered some questions about the industry and showed them how a newspaper is published. more
Greater Riverdale’s Chloe Imhof was named to the University of Rhode Island’s dean’s list. Imhof was so honored because she completed 12 or more credits for letter grades and achieved at least a 3.3-grade point average. more
It was just another unordinary day in the hallways of Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy. Soon the yelps and screams of girls and boys broke up the peaceful parade between classes. more
If New York City school bus drivers go on strike before classes start Sept. 7, city officials say they’re ready. more
The top young running stars around the country descended on Des Moines, Iowa, for the 2023 AAU Junior Olympics July 29-Aug. 5. For 8-year-old June Henry, one of Riverdale’s own, the stars aligned for a sixth-place finish in the 800-meter Under-8 event. more
A pair of robots from the Bronx High School of Science that weigh about 125 pounds and are controlled by a simple X-Box remote control showed off their abilities earlier this year during a New York city competition. And came away with some awards. more
By STACY DRIKS sdriks@riverdalepress.com   The Regents exams did not seem to go as planned three years ago, as it was canceled for the first time in over a century because of … more
There are a number of trees scattered around Kingsbridge and Spuyten Duyvil — exactly 3,184 of them, according to the city parks department. But one in particular is special than most. more
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