A shiny new stove gleams in Maximina Romero’s kitchen, but all it’s doing at the moment is taking up space. When it comes to cooking actual food, it’s a paltry hot plate sitting atop her washing machine that’s doing the heavy lifting.
A high-speed chase ended in a crash that shattered the calm at a quiet intersection — and ultimately the arrest of four men police believe were connected to what’s described as a North Riverdale heroin mill.
There’s an old saying that you should believe nothing of what you hear, and only half of what you see.
It started with what police described as a troubled man’s trip to the hospital one night last August. It ended with his death less than a month later. But police say there’s more to the story.
If the education department gets what it wants, the dynamic duo of P.S. 207 and P.S. 7 Milton Fein School will call it splits.
The Bronx Arts Ensemble is headed on a musical journey to Mexico this year, and they’re taking the borough with them.
When Stanley Silverman was a kid, his mother told him there was one thing he needed to do.
There may be more bald people on your daily commute than usual Oct. 19.
There was a little hitch in Kennedy’s preparation for its game with Truman last week. College entry tests were scheduled for midweek, and Knights coach Alex Vega found himself short players at practice.
There are wood, fabric and a bit of the 13th-century Sung dynasty wrapped up in the art of Bruce Dorfman.
Seemingly chronic construction — ripping up streets, causing detours, and just overall nuisance — often blamed on Con Edison extends beyond Johnson Avenue. Having snaked over to Riverdale Avenue, it’s been more bothersome for some local businesses than others.
Manhattan College will transform from an institution of education to a mansion of monsters, princesses and superheroes.
Returning to my invasives, which I started talking about last week, the flowerbed in the backyard looked absolutely fabulous this spring.
Newly installed bus bulbs on West 242nd Street and Broadway are not brightening the day of many businesses in the neighborhood, creating what they describe as problems with traffic, congestion and loss of much-needed parking.
Once upon a time, kids devoured egg creams whipped up in luncheonettes, as if it was written right out of an “Archie” comic book.
This was supposed to be the year the Bronx Science girls volleyball program would come crashing back to Earth. After three straight Bronx A Division titles and deep runs in the Public School Athletic League postseason — not to mention three consecutive perfect regular-season records — this year’s version of the Wolverines was supposed to be a shell of its former self.
A 65-year-old man told cops he parked his gray 2019 Chevrolet Traverse on the 500 block of West 236th Street around 5:30 a.m., on Oct. 13, returning a very short time later to find both the front and back passenger-side windows broken, and several of his belongings missing.