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Jim Bradley remembered his late wife on the first anniversary of her tragic death at the corner of Kappock Street and Johnson Avenue the only way he knew Ruth Mullen would have wanted. more
People still fear the intersection of Kappock Street and Johnson Avenue despite the recently installed traffic light. more
To the editor: (re: “Streets are just too dangerous,” Aug. 11) Richard Serviss’ letter resonated with me.  It is an often stressful, terrifying experience for … more
Outside of family, friends and some colleagues, Ruth Mullen wasn’t that well-known in her Spuyten Duyvil neighborhood. Sure, some might walk by her and get a warm smile — but Ruth was someone who generally kept to herself. more
To the editor: I am a 91-year-old resident of Riverdale for the past 55 years.  I have complained many times to our congressmen about the woeful lack of benches in our neighborhood to no … more
Pedestrians and cyclists no longer need to fear the intersection of Kappock Street and Johnson Avenue in Spuyten Duyvil. more
To the editor: (re: “It’s bikes, vehicles versus pedestrians on pathways,” July 7) I found The Riverdale Press story on cyclists and delivery couriers on Irwin and Waldo avenues pathway very interesting. Especially interesting is the last sentence: “My office and I will remain on top of this issue until we see some action taken by our city agencies,” Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz said. more
There’s just something about the bonds a new mother creates, not just with her newborn, but also with the people who helped her along the journey. While the intense experience can be rewarding, it’s also exhausting. more
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