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With antisemitism on the rise in the United States, U.S. Rep. Ritchie Torres returned from a trip to Israel with a new appreciation of the relationship with the Jewish community in the northwest Bronx. more
The Riverdale man once known for donating and repairing bicycles literally on Manhattan College Parkway has been recognized for his community work by Art for AID, a group that meets at the Riverdale Y Sunday market. more
As the rays of a summer sun’s horizon make their way into Riverdale windows near Independence Avenue, the sound more befitting of a upstate New York farm breaks the silence. more
To the editor: I am a member of The Riverdale Y New Beginnings Center for Older Adults. more
To the editor: In the middle of March two years ago, the great COVID-19 lockdown began. more
After the mayor’s preliminary fiscal year 2023 budget was proposed, a pause was put on the expansion of curbside composting program — the budget negotiating team will be spending time figuring out how to make it work for everyone. more
It’s been 11 months since synagogues in and around Riverdale were terrorized by a serial vandal who some described as quite angry after seeing him in released security camera footage. more
Imagine breakfast without milk. As time moves on for Anthony Del Orbe, the harder it gets to manage a 13-hour shift at the Marble Hill food pantry. more
The Riverdale Y Sunday Market is not just a place to get fresh groceries — it’s a vital space for community. Except there was a problem: The market next to Riverdale Temple on Independence Avenue didn’t operate during the winter. more
The coronavirus pandemic hasn’t given people too many reasons to smile, but Richard Feldman will almost assuredly have on his face on Nov. 11.  more
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