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Not a single hand rose in opposition or abstention to hiring Farrah Kule Rubin as the new district manager for Community Board 8 on Tuesday, May 9. Following a discussion in executive session, her hiring was approved. more
Two back-to-back protests are indicative of the growing tensions at the site of a proposed charter middle school. more
Half a dozen guards from A&H Security have been standing sentry at the Van Cortlandt Motel as workers buzz around them, piling mattresses in the driveway in recent weeks and stretching yellow caution tape across the entrance. A sign taped to the window last Wednesday read, “Sorry no rooms available,” and another sheet of paper next to it said, “DHS Office,” directing guests to the side door around the corner. more
Consumers reported losing nearly $8.8 billion to scams in 2022, according to the Federal Trade Commission. In first quarter of this year alone there have been nearly 22,688 fraud reports in New York state with 8,083 of them coming from imposter scams. more
The historic Van Cortlandt Golf Course may have beautiful greens and holes but its infrastructure is showing its age. more
Riverdale Press photography editor Hiram Alejandro Durán is heading to the West Coast next month as a CatchLight Local California fellow and Report For America photo corps member. His last day at The Press is May 31. more
A man reported to police on April 24 his home inside 3460 Bailey Ave., was broken into and robbed. more
Gracious, curious, and thoughtful, Gloria Fiorentino Hejduk was a true intellectual and marvelous interlocutor who valued her family and friends with fierce loyalty and devotion. more
In what was meant as a Black history lesson on Ruby Bridges for both kindergarten students of color and their white classmates at P.S. 24 Spuyten Duyvil turned into a teachable moment for the teacher who has worked at the school for more than two decades. more
Van Cortlandt Park spreads over 1,000 acres of land. North of the New York City park reaches parts of Yonkers. A proposed state-of-the-art, 16-story affordable housing building named The Parker may soon become part of a border war between the two municipalities. All in the name of birds. more
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