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Judith Satosky doesn’t know Jorge Ventura too well, but the neighbors have crossed paths a few times when she was parking her car in the garage of their West 235th Street building. more
Car theft shows little sign of ending any time soon — and it’s not just limited to the theft of the car itself. Thieves will nab rims and tires, or just smash the windows, snatching back-seat bounty. more
One fruit vendor likely sold a lot of bananas, avocados and oranges last week. But good business did not also mean good luck. more
Seven-year-olds can’t vote for the president of the United States. But that doesn’t mean they don’t have an opinion about it. more
Police are still trying to figure out what happened to a Yonkers man who was found dead in Van Cortlandt Park Tuesday afternoon. more
A 73-year-old woman said she was attacked while walking along Reservoir Avenue, yet police refused to give up finding the man who did it. more
Con Edison already is tearing up several Riverdale streets to replace gas lines, which is causing enough headaches for residents in those areas. But at least now, they won't have to worry about finding a place to park when it's time for street cleaners to come through. more
Community Board 8's land use committee finally has a chance Monday night to go on the record about the controversial plans to expand the Hebrew Home at Riverdale — but it might not be as onerous as they originally anticipated. more
It’s said there’s no better marketing in the world than simple word-of-mouth. more
Every year, as he gets ready to once again celebrate the Hudson River, Cliff Stanton tells himself that this is the year Riverdale finally reacquaints itself with the iconic body of water on its western border. more
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