With two weeks left in the regular season, Northwest Bronx public school baseball is almost ready to venture into the playoffs. For now, teams are playing out the final games of the regular season, going head-to-head to see who the best really are, until the real test comes in late May.
By Santiago Mendoza | 5/14/23
It is only fitting that a female high school student from one of the most prestigious institutions in New York City is the first recipient of the Celia Stein Kiwanis Club of Riverdale scholarship in honor of the chapter’s first female Kiwanian.
By Gary Larkin | 5/14/23
The annual Riverdale 1-Mile Run/Walk will be held May 21 at the Riverdale Y at 5625 Arlington Ave.
By Gary Larkin | 4/30/23
Another year, another Bronx high school student can have their artwork shown in the halls of the U.S. Capitol along with other winners nationwide and the district office of Rep. Adriano Espaillat for up to one year.
By Stacy Driks | 4/21/23
Tishman Speyer and the School Construction Authority have taken advantage of a New York City zoning provision that allows the owners of neighboring properties to pool their development rights and then redistribute them between tax lots as they see fit.
By Abigail Nehring | 4/16/23
Deep in Flushing sits the Fitzgerald gymnasium on Queens College’s campus. Wide with a high, curved white ceiling reinforced with metal beams, it set a grand atmosphere for what felt like an equally grand matchup on Monday between DeWitt Clinton’s boys basketball team and Transit Tech high school from East New York for the semifinals of the PSAL citywide playoffs.
By Santiago Mendoza | 3/17/23
The year hip-hop turns 50, a librarian at Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy brought back the Bronx beat to honor Black History month.
By Stacy Driks | 3/10/23
The DeWitt Clinton High School boys basketball team is picking up where it left off last season as it defeated the Far Rockaway Sea Horses, 66-40, in the first round of the citywide playoffs last week.
By Santiago Mendoza | 3/10/23
Kingsbridge International High School seniors presented a non-traditional puppet show to P.S. 65 elementary school in Mott Haven on Feb. 15. The show consisted of two large puppets, shadow …
By Stacy Driks | 2/24/23