Kids – 400. Coaches – 40. Teams – 20 plus. Referees – 8. Adib Mansour has reason to be proud. And maybe a little tired. But still enthusiastic.
Roosevelt Island is getting a new library, and residents are getting a say in what it will offer.
It was smooth, but not without controversy.
Voters in Tuesday’s Residents Association election seemed to be responding to President Jeff Escobar’s plea for a calmer, more purposeful Common Council.
For over 15 years and nearly a half-million words, The WIRE has subsidized publication of The RIOC Column.
M&D Deli is getting a much-needed facelift – a renovation to be completed before the new year.
As preparations for Cornell NYC Tech continue south of the Queensboro Bridge, the Roosevelt Island Community Coalition (RICC) continues to represent resident concerns and interests.
“We’re doing some new things,” says Roosevelt Island’s Beacon Program Director, Kim Massey.
The question was, Should RIRA's President produce a column exclusively for The Main Street WIRE?
Two Roosevelt Island teens won coveted Jacob Javitz scholarships through the New York Junior Tennis League (NYJTL) this year.
There’s a chill in the air, but don’t hibernate until you’ve had a little fall fun (and maybe a feast!).
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