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.
Some 3 inches of rain fell overnight, and continued on through morning, flooding streets and making the morning commute hectic.
While many of us were learning how to stomach fractions, Renee Minus White was recording and touring with the legendary singing group The Chantels.
For a precinct that typically keeps homicide numbers in the single digits for an entire year, it was a violent weekend for police in the 5-0.
Police are investigating a murder late Friday night in Kingsbridge Heights.
Community Board 8’s land use committee has lost a seemingly irreplaceable pillar. Its longtime chair, Charles Moerdler, has stepped down.
Julia Schwartz-Leeper found her way to Riverdale all thanks to a phone call.
Sometimes, just claiming to pack heat is enough to pull off a bank robbery.
Wearing a dark blue hoodie and hat, Mohammed Awed stood behind the steam and smoke rising from the oil-slicked grill, above fragrant spiced chicken, lamb on a spit, the hiss and wafting smell of onions hitting hot metal.
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.
The winds of March gusted through the neighborhood as Marisol Jimenez rolled her wheeled bag along the hilly streets leading to her Webb Avenue home.
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.
Youth basketball camps aren’t cheap, so Mike Barnes did what any coach in his position might do: He found a way to make it more affordable.
Starting in July, Rabbi Asher Lopatin will no longer be a stone’s throw away in his office on Henry Hudson Parkway. At the end of spring semester, the president of the Yeshivat Chovevei Torah Rabbinical School will step down, moving his family to Detroit, where his wife Rachel is from.
She may not call herself an exercise fanatic, but Judy Fettman loves to get a good sweat going. That’s why she makes it her business to show up at the health club at North Riverdale’s Skyview-on-the-Hudson as often as she can.
George Montilla’s day starts a little earlier than your typical college student.
Rosalind Hannah Solomon passed away March 13, 2018, one month before her 94th birthday.
It may not be the most dangerous neighborhood in the Bronx, but walking the desolate streets of North Riverdale at odd hours still calls for vigilance and common safety sense.