Luna and Phoenix Rodriguez’s deaths shocked the Bronx. Shocked New York City. Shocked the nation. But no one seemed more shocked than the 1-year-olds’ father, Juan Rodriguez, who later said he forgot that he had not dropped the infants off at day care.
Fire knows no time. This proved especially true for residents at 511 W. 232nd St., where a fire broke out shortly after midnight Aug. 1.
Stop by Wave Hill’s Glyndor Gallery these days and you might just leave with a free sculpture. A miniature sculpture, that is.
Two years after a tight-knit community was rocked with the death of toddler siblings, police say they've arrested a New Jersey woman they believe is responsible for the Amalgamated Housing tragedy.
Country Bank, which operates a branch locally at 583 W. 235th St., is merging with OceanFirst Financial Corp., a New Jersey-based bank chain with some 75 locations throughout the state.
The safest place to live and work in the Bronx isn’t in Riverdale and Kingsbridge, believe it or not. That honor goes to Hunts Point and Longwood. But the 50th Precinct isn’t far behind, judging from reported crime over the first six months of the year.
The Bronx Democratic County Committee nominated Wilma Guzman, Bahaati Pitt and John Higgit to the Bronx County Supreme Court at its convention Thursday evening.
Leave a dog or cat locked in a car during a heat wave or a deep freeze and face fines of up to $250. Leave a child in the car — so long as the child isn’t injured — nothing happens in New York. At least legally.
It looked as AutoZone would finally open what would be its 6,288th location on Broadway. Except spring turned to summer, and now fall is just around the corner, with no official opening in sight.
Ask anyone and they’re sure to have vivid memories of where they were when a significant event in their life occurred.
It was an event fit for the cameras. Bronx borough president Ruben Diaz Jr., and transportation commissioner Polly Trottenberg rolled up to a press conference using bicycles from Citi Bikes as a way to announce the popular bike rental program was expanding to the Bronx.
Thanks to a city program, an online poll, and a group of dedicated patrons, Van Cortlandt Park will get some long-needed updates.
Thirty minutes on the clock, one ingredient on the table and endless possibilities make for one exciting afternoon.
Blackouts don’t sit too well with the city that never sleeps. In two separate incidents last month, more than 120,000 Con Edison customers in Manhattan and Brooklyn lost service. Subway trains stopped underground, people were stranded in dead elevators, folks sweltered in uncooled apartments, and Times Square was eerily dark.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority board voted last week to accept a reorganization plan and preliminary budget that includes a number of proposed cost-cutting measures addressing a nearly $1 billion annual projected budget deficit by 2022.
So, how did you spend your summer vacation?
A 72-year-old man went shopping at the Key Food on West 235th Street last week when he noticed his wallet missing.
Martin Chung shared the good news on a Facebook group set up to find his missing son: Max Chung has been found.
Humanity has never been satisfied with accepting the constraints of nature. Whether it was building permanent structures close to rivers that were known to flood regularly or clearing malarial swamps, boundaries have been seen merely as obstacles to overcome.