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The New York Police Department and Van Cortlandt Park Alliance are advising park-goers to take caution after a string of muggings in December. Those muggings took place all around the afternoon, according to police. more
Mike Judge has been teaching biology at Manhattan College for going on 31 years, but his time with the school will soon come to an end. Judge is one among an unknown number of faculty who have signed the voluntary separation agreement given out by the college administration last month. more
As of Jan. 1 College of Mount Saint Vincent was renamed the University of Mount Saint Vincent. On Jan. 22, the university will announce the news to the world with a celebration. more
Police received a report of a hit and run in Riverdale on Saturday, Dec. 30. A 54-year-old man reported to police that he parked his vehicle in the vicinity of West 252nd Street and Arlington Avenue around 6 p.m. more
Robert Nilva, a former sales account executive of The Riverdale Press, of Riverdale passed away on Thursday, Jan. 4, 2024 after a long illness. He was 72. more
In Gov. Kathy Hochul’s State of the State address Tuesday she announced next steps to plan and engineer expanded transit access across New York City, introduced a new infrastructure hub, and proposed new measures to improve roadway safety and fight toll and fare evasion. more
In a bit of an ironic twist, Riverdale — the part of the Bronx that welcomes drivers coming off the Henry Hudson Bridge — was left off the MTA’s list of ZIP codes of drivers with E-ZPasses who are supposed to receive a long sought-after toll rebate. more
Johanna Brujan Edmondson, fitness instructor and founder of The Female Fight Club NYC, has announced her candidacy for female Democratic State Committee member for Assembly District 81. She is a long-time Riverdale resident, a community leader, a children’s book author and successful business owner. more
In a visit to SAR Academy on Dec. 22, U.S. Rep. Ritchie Torres announced an important next step in carrying out the Abraham Accords signed by Israel and several Arab nations three years ago. more
A program that connects diverse leaders in the city from varying religious and ethnic backgrounds with mentors completed its inaugural fellowship in December. more
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