After postponing the parade a week, the North Riverdale Baseball League took to the streets with banners, balloons and flags on April 14 to kick off its season. Delightfully balmy weather punctuated an otherwise erratic spring, making for a perfect opening day.
Kingsbridge Heights and Marble Hill tend to keep the 50th Precinct busy, addressing everything from robberies to burglaries to car thefts. But they’re not exactly known as a hotbed for violent crime.
Some people see with their eyes. Others? Through their fingertips. Lavelle School for the Blind students used fur, Velcro, empty prescription bottles, sand and strainers to create their works.
As long as no technicalities get in the way, it appears as if Charles Moerdler's self-exile as chair of the Community Board 8's land use committee will be a short one.
When a tow truck dragged Carol Stricker’s car from the Dunkin’ Donuts parking lot at West 230th Street earlier this year, she was determined to find justice — putting an end to so-called predatory, and allegedly illegal and improper, towing practices.
New York City Transit is improving amenities at stations along the 1 train line with a pair of new staircases slated for installation at the West 238th Street station by summer.
More than 150 newspapers from across the state competed over the weekend to see who was the best of the best. And when it came to overall design excellence, there was no paper better than The Riverdale Press.
Remember when Riverdale Avenue was paved with cobblestones? Or when the Dunkin’ Donuts and everything else behind Skyview Café and Delicatessen was all forest and rocks?
It’s been nearly a decade since Mosaic Mental Health began its Healthy Minds, Healthy Bodies 5K run. But the organization has yet to cross the finish line when it comes to raising money as a way to put an end to the stigma surrounding mental health.
With a mission to empower, coach, instill confidence and mentor youth, the United Chaplains State of New York Athletic League is back in the Bronx.
They may seem like your average group of fifth-graders, but beneath their music lessons and four-foot frames, the trio of Oscar Smith, Alex Arbucci and Kian Hecht are The Great Oaks.
While some might fear the number 13 as a sign of bad luck, Jeremy Bar-Illan takes it with a grain of salt.
State Sen. Jeffrey Klein’s Independent Democratic Conference — the breakaway group of Democrats that has caucused with senate Republicans since 2011 — may have disbanded, but Klein’s critics in the party’s progressive wing are saying too little, too late, the damage is done.
While many of us were learning how to stomach fractions, Renee Minus White was recording and touring with the legendary singing group The Chantels.
Community Board 8’s land use committee has lost its rock.
About a week or so before the start to the season, Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy head coach John Reingold struck an optimistic tone when he talked about how his Tigers team would shape up this season.
Rosalind Hannah Solomon passed away March 13, 2018, one month before her 94th birthday.
Friday the 13th did not turn out well for at least one persistent would-be thief in Kingsbridge.