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Coyote panic continues to be felt in Riverdale. Online, several animal owners have recently told tales of aggressive interactions with the canines. Most recently, on Sukkot, a small dog was killed around Fieldston by a pack and left uneaten blocks away from the incident. more
Muhlenberg College, hidden in the trees and located roughly 10 miles from New York City, congratulated greater Riverdale students on the college’s spring semesters dean’s list. Those students who were honored include: Libby Bergier Pesin, Joshua Chait, Yonbue Goodall, Sasson Lonner, Zev Lonner and Madison Rosensaft. more
Blue Bay Restaurant has vacated its home of 48 years on Johnson Avenue, leaving just a shingled awning over a darkened storefront. more
All that Tom Cosgrove asked for was a fighting chance. The odds of making the big leagues were not in his favor — only about 10 percent of the hundreds of players who sign a pro contract in the same year appear in a Major League Baseball game. But the former Manhattan College standout is making a good bid to make it there, having been added to the 40-man roster of the San Diego Padres on Nov. 15. more
Liz Guarracino, who had been a freelance photographer for 25 years, got the screen-play writing bug in 2013-14 when she was unemployed. It all started when she downloaded a script-writing app and wrote a story on her cracked iPhone. Little did she know a decade later her story would be part of a prestigious film festival. more
After what could have been an endless battle in the court room during summer break over the education department’s budget cuts, state appellate court ruled there wouldn’t be a city council revote days before Thanksgiving. more
Organist Sam Westley and vocalist Lisa Williamson will perform a Christmas program at the Church of the Mediator at 260 W. 231st St. this Sunday at 3pm. Proceeds from the concert will support the church, which has faced some financial difficulties. more
Manhattan College is marching south. Workers last week were cutting trees to make way for a new student park planned on West 240th Street between Irwin and Tibbett avenues, a school spokesperson confirmed. more
Blue Bay Restaurant served their last $12.50 burger deluxe Monday before the curtain dropped on a half century of Riverdale dining at 3533 Johnson Ave. — a neighborhood hub since 1975 when a bacon and egg special with coffee and juice cost just 68 cents. more
Not even a month out of the state’s electoral season and the first move in the city council race, at least in the northwest Bronx, has been made: On Nov. 22 the Benjamin Franklin Reform Democratic club voted unanimously to endorse Eric Dinowitz for another term as the city councilman. more
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