Bx10 changes little for commuters

An additional Bx10 bus during the rush hour does not spell relief for riders. Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz announced the addition of a southbound bus for morning rush hour as a way to address …

Key execs departing Schervier after sale

When the new owners take the keys to Schervier Nursing Care Center later this year, they will do so with an all-new executive team.

Hebrew Home celebrates 100 years

The first time Adele Weitz laid her eyes on the Hebrew Home, it was more than 60 years ago. At the time ...

Sports

Season in the sun? Hardly

The Public School Athletic League baseball season kicked off more than a month ago. In normal years, teams now would be gearing up for the season’s home stretch, looking to pad their records with as many wins as possible in order to clinch a postseason berth and a high seed in the playoffs.

Teens find inspiration through assault survivors

Every 98 seconds, someone in the United States is sexually assaulted. Every eight minutes, that person assaulted is a child. Those chilling numbers come from The Rape, Abuse and Incest National …

Cracking secrets of high school

Zoned schools. Screened schools. Specialized high schools. Navigating the complex maze of the high school admission process can leave many students and families feeling overwhelmed and confused. …

Cops put cap on robbery spree near Sedgwick Ave.

A string of robberies in Van Cortlandt Village may have ended after police slapped handcuffs on one of the suspected assailants last week.  Food delivery drivers have been targeted four times …

When the food truck takes a break

Mornings are typically a busy place not far from where West 236th Street and Independence Avenue meet. Here George Korfiatis and Rebecca Paul set up shop with their Park Lunch food truck, using …

Greenway plan could depend on Yonkers

The Hudson River Greenway plan could finally bring people to one of Riverdale’s most scenic assets through small waterfront parks and trails.

NYPD sergeant finds new life as a novelist

Jordan Castro didn’t always plan on being a cop.  In fact in 2006, when Castro first took the test to join the New York Police Department, he did so simply to prove a point to his …

Green scene

Discover the mystery of forsythias revealed by spring

For most of the year, forsythias are just a scruffy, lanky bush. But its charms in the spring amply justify its place in so many gardens. As part of the great spring sweep of yellow, I await its …

Lights, camera — awards! Meet RKA’s prize-winning filmmakers

Hollywood has come to the David A. Stein Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy as the middle and high school held its first-ever student film festival, RKA Roar. Under the theme “Teen Life and …