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It’s almost hard to believe summer is just around the corner, but it is. And as the weather gets warmer — and coronavirus vaccines help restore our old pre-pandemic normal — The Riverdale Press is set to welcome a new class of summer interns into its ranks. more
All of the focus has been on the city council special election race set for March 23, but there are two candidates already set to compete in a Democratic primary for the seat come June. more
As the March 23 special election race heats up for the city council seat once held by Andrew Cohen, environmental activist Jessica Haller is an early winner among the five candidates in the race — at least when it comes to fundraising. more
Bernard and Richard — or for just about anyone who has shared at least a hello with them at some point: Buddy and Richie. Yet there was one thing Buddy and Richie did agree on quite confidently growing up — neither of them were going to work in the family business. more
New York City’s first critical, or “hot,” nuclear reactor will be installed on the campus of Manhattan College. College officials this week were awaiting the formal government go-ahead to begin work on the reactor, which is expected to be put into use in September. more
Stephen Kaplan is well-known not only in Manhattan College’s religious studies department, but among its sizable student veteran population as well. And it was his experience with the latter that brought him to the New Bronx Chamber of Commerce on Nov. 10. more
Police are tracking down a man they say stabbed someone in Fieldston a couple weeks back, and need the public's help to catch him. more
And then there were six? Just days after Columbia University professor Abigail Martin jumped into the city council race, she appears to be joined by yet another challenger: Marcos Sierra. more
The College of Mount Saint Vincent is mourning the loss of longtime journalism professor and communications department chair Sister Patricia McGowan, who died April 19 from complications related to COVID-19. She was 80. more
A number of bankrupted owners, a fire-destroyed mansion and 40 years later, Charles Moerdler is still dealing with Delafield Estates. But now, with the financial backing of real estate developer Abraham Talassazan, the property is closer than ever before to finishing what are now expected to be high-end single-family homes. more
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