The votes are counted, and come November, there could very well be a new state senator representing the 34th District as Alessandra Biaggi has upset state Sen. Jeffrey Klein.
Legionnaires’ may be a deadly disease, but it’s just one more worry amidst a seemingly eternal mountain of plights afflicting the woebegone residents of Fort Independence Houses where words fail to describe shockingly abysmal conditions.
Eva Bornstein had a dream she was going to be a ballerina.
The West 238th Street elevated train station along Broadway is kicking off winter with a bang of rebuilding.
It could be the bumpiest ride in the Bronx. Roads resembling Swiss cheese are the curse of Riverdale.
Ming Chin celebrated his 100th birthday with his friends at the Riverdale Senior Services a couple weeks ago.
It’s not that Bob Mahony shouldn’t be concerned about the dying tree. In fact, he did the right thing by bringing it to the attention of his local park’s staff.
At the 50th Precinct, 30 kids are afforded the opportunity to learn and develop through their pivotal teenage years as an NYPD Explorer.
In the American Museum of Natural History there are dinosaurs, and then there are models of animals one might only see halfway across the world. But behind the massive blue whale and the colossal …
The Riverdale Y and the math-learning center Mathnasium have been helping students with their schoolwork.
All cultures subscribe to a natural law by which their members, as well as outsiders, are expected to abide.
When it comes to home security, some families face daily uncertainty, especially the families of the Broadway Family Plaza.
She may have four Grammy awards sitting on her mantle, so to speak, but that’s not stopping Ilana Davidson from taking her talents to the yoga mat.
As they huddled in the south end zone following their season-opening contest with King High School of Connecticut, the Fieldston Eagles were the picture of dejection.
On a gray Tuesday morning filled with intermittent rain, firefighters with Ladder 52 gathered for six moments of silence to honor the 343 New York City Fire Department members who died on Sept. 11, 2001.
Joe Otero was understandably concerned about his quarterback situation heading into the season after Riverdale Country School’s long-time starter Ryan Rosenzweig graduated. But if last Saturday’s game is any indication, he need not worry about who his quarterback is.
There was no obvious damage to the Honda ... but its owner may have forgotten to lock her doors.