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It was a big showing for The Riverdale Press at the New York Press Association spring conference last weekend in Saratoga Springs, with the paper winning 11 state awards, including a repeat performance being named New York’s best newspaper. more
The New York City Housing Authority looks to repair and preserve more than 5,900 units in the Bronx and Upper Manhattan. more
When city officials raise concern over a city contractor’s business practices, it’s usually in the best interest of said contractor to address those concerns. 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
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
The massive fires that seemed to engulf building after building in the borough back in the late 1970s and early ‘80s led many declaring the “Bronx is burning.” In fact, it almost felt unusual to not use the word “fire” in conjunction with “Bronx,” because the two had become so synonymous during that time. more
As the deadline to file draws near, a number of Bronx politicos are openly considering running for the state senate seat Alessandra Biaggi is vacating. Even some who already have jobs in Albany. Some like Kenny Burgos, who was just elected in 2020 to the Assembly. But he’s not quite ready to commit. more
While many 19-year-olds prepared to start their spring semester of college, Henry Wright was preparing for something much different. more
Home may be where the heart is. But for Margaret Cullen, home has just been a headache. That home is a Mitchell-Lama program co-op unit at 3400 Fort Independence St., where Cullen has been at what seems like a never-ending war with water. more
Just a week after a racial slur was found carved into a children’s slide at Spuyten Duyvil Playground, Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz says more hate-based graffiti has been found in nearby Seton Park, this time at the Bruce Silverman Athletic Fields. more
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