News features
234 results total, viewing 31 - 40
Northwestern Bronx business matters when entrepreneurs and college students come together more
The last few years have been hard on families across the city. It’s more than likely that many New Yorkers have fallen on hard times and are still affected by the pandemic, inflation, and now economic challenges the rest of the world is facing as a result of the Ukrainian-Russian War. more
Ruth Gotian spends her days as the “chief learning officer” and an assistant professor teaching anesthesiology at Weill Cornell Medicine. But on this particular evening, she was Ruth Gotian, author of “The Success Factor,” exploring how to reach “peak performance” through the eyes of those who actually achieved it. more
Hasnie Ahmetaj has responded to emergency medical calls in this part of Bronx for the past three years. She’s shocked hearts back to life in Kingsbridge. She’s revived patients who couldn’t breathe in Spuyten Duyvil. She’s treated dozens and dozens of COVID-19 victims in the back of an ambulance as it sped along Riverdale Avenue.  more
New York is a tenant-friendly state — depending on who you ask. For tenants who deal with the high rising cost of rent in the outer boroughs — it’s not as friendly as many would have you believe. more
For three RiverWalk residents who are Holocaust survivors and a Riverdale rabbi, there are four words that sum up their reaction to Russia’s recent invasion of Ukraine: “v’nahafoch hu” — upside down — and “not again.” more
When Gloria Nixon-Crouch saw the news reports of Russian troops amassing at the Ukrainian border, she feared the worst for the people living there. more
Gary Larkin is the new editor of The Riverdale Press, bringing more than 30 years of journalistic experience to the Pulitzer Prize-winning Bronx community newspaper. more
Eric Adams wants to spend so much time focused on parks, some might mistake him for Robert Moses — at least the good qualities of that New York City icon. And the mayor will do that through a new leadership team pulled from the outer boroughs. more
Usually it’s the first half of winter commonly known as the season of giving. But that hasn’t stopped the Association of Riverdale Cooperatives & Condominiums from creating its own season of giving, with several of its member buildings the beneficiaries. more
« Prev | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 24 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.