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Bernice King may have been clearly one of the oldest people living in this part of the Bronx, but she also was one of the feistiest. more
An 18-month project is set to begin this June that will change the face — or at least the entryway — of Wave Hill on Independence Avenue. more
An experiment that included a Riverdale elementary school is about to expand citywide. more
If you live in the Bronx and have an E-ZPass, it’s about to get a whole lot cheaper crossing the Henry Hudson Bridge. Free, in fact. more
The fight to push for removing religious exemptions from required vaccines and immunizations has already brought God into the fight — but now it seems to be pulling in the Holocaust as well. more
As the final days of March slipped by, one of the last original businesses in Skyview Shopping Center reluctantly closed its doors. For good. more
It still seems achingly cryptic, whatever happened at Riverdale Parc. more
The Riverdale Press earned its place among more than 160 competing daily and weekly newspapers, picking up 10 awards from the New York Press Association’s 2018 Better Newspaper Contest in Albany last weekend. more
For Monique Hamilton, planting and harvesting in her urban garden verges on the sublime — from seeding to weeding to reaping vegetables, followed by winter’s lull, until frozen ground thaws and the cycle starts anew in spring. more
A decades-old tradition in New York City parks could soon be no more. There’s always been an understanding that park visitors shouldn’t feed the wildlife. But that’s never applied to pigeons and other birds. Yet, under proposed rules by the city’s parks department, feeding any animal in Van Cortlandt Park or any other city park will be prohibited. more
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