From checking out books, to returning others to the shelves, Riverdale children’s librarian Nicole Figueroa stays busy. But not so busy she can’t take time to tutor Hadasah Ndegwa and Dakota Jackson on rounding decimals.
Mall-goers visiting Turnstyle at the Columbus Circle train station in Manhattan had a little extra company this past week ahead of Columbus Day.
The 50th Precinct’s commanding officer had some choice words in the wake of a video that went viral over the weekend showing three of his police officers attempting to arrest a teenager over a stolen bike.
Dustin Jones can’t take trains the same way most other people can.
If you could spend $1 million to improve your neighborhood, how would you spend it? That was the question asked by Joshua Stephenson, community liaison for Councilman Andrew Cohen, at the …
It took just a single voice to revive the decades-long absence of the Riverdale Neighborhood House’s theater group. And that voice belonged to Terry Herbert.
With great fanfare and a parade — running from Battery Park, past the fountain at City Hall Park, to Union Square and back downtown again — New York City residents celebrated a sight they had never seen before: fountains spraying water into the air.
What’s in a name? For those running Riverdale Mental Health Association, its name no longer best expressed the services provided or the communities served.
What’s good for Kingsbridge should be just as good for Riverdale.
The Peccadillo Theater Co., makes revivals of neglected American plays its specialty, and has mounted a new production of George Kelly’s “The Show-Off” at the Theatre at St. Clement’s.
Over the last few days, families can be seen walking in Riverdale carrying a bundle of assorted plants. While one plant, a date palm segment, is recognizable, the rest are more obscure.
Bang. Bang, Bang. Bang. It’s like a powerful drumbeat reverberating through the neighborhood as construction crews break up a series of rocks that once made up stone ledges at 3482 Fort Independence St. And neighbors are angry.
Practically lost in a news cycle that included three catastrophic hurricanes was a massive earthquake that rocked Mexico City, killing more than 360 people and injuring 6,000 others. That Sept. 19 …
It came down to the final seconds, but New Jersey’s Morristown Beard hung on for a 41-40 victory this weekend, handing the Riverdale Country Falcons their first loss.
It’s only been two weeks since the nation’s deputy postmaster general, Ron Stroman, admitted to lawmakers there were systemic issues when it came to mail delivery in the Bronx. But another elected official already has taken up arms against the U.S. Postal Service.
Drew Dworkin still can’t believe it happened, even if it’s been almost a full calendar year since his Riverdale soccer team saw its run for a third straight state title end in a loss to rival Collegiate.
Linda B. Schnebel, 70, died peacefully and unexpectedly in her Riverdale home on Sept. 26, 2017.
Crooks tried to bamboozle a 42-year-old woman out of $3,000 last week — using social media of all things.