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After several meetings to determine who would be hired as district manager, Community Board 8’s search committee found one candidate that stood out from the rest: Farrah Kule Rubin. more
For “The Golden Girls” of Riverdale, May 16 started out like any of their bimonthly day trips complete with entertainment and a meal. By the time the 37 women aboard the charter bus reached their homes that night, they had a hell of a story to tell. more
Finding recreational vehicles in the northwest Bronx parked overnight has become a game of whack-a-mole. more
Two back-to-back protests are indicative of the growing tensions at the site of a proposed charter middle school. 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
Bob Rubinstein is the epitome of the Kiwanis Club of Riverdale. He has been with the organization for 60 years and the club is now 70 years old. That is just part of the legacy of the longtime … more
Some older adults in the northwest Bronx have a hard time keeping up with technology as it progresses in our society. In Riverdale Senior Services, they might think a “tablet” is their daily dose of medicine or “swiping” and “tapping” are dance moves. more
Stephen Budihas has retired from the Association of Riverdale Cooperatives & Condominiums. more
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