A developer overseeing what some critics describe as a rather disruptive construction project has one state lawmaker living nearby quite peeved.
If you live in the Bronx and have an E-ZPass, it’s about to get a whole lot cheaper crossing the Henry Hudson Bridge. Free, in fact.
When Michael Giraldo saw his military experience transformed into a piece of art, he was immediately taken aback.
Bus lines in the Bronx may change soon. And if they do, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority hopes it will be for the better.
Fareeda Yahya sat across from Caroline Kennedy, one of about 50 professionals gathered at her school for its career day.
It takes a village, the old adage says, to raise a child. At P.S. 7 Milton Fein, teachers are taking lessons beyond math and reading.
Visitors to the New York Botanical Garden could get an updated ride starting next year with plans to spend $950,000 from Bronx borough discretionary funds.
If Ardina Seward had to choose between having her current exhibition up at a gallery on Madison Avenue or at An Beal Bocht Café, she would choose An Beal.
An experiment that included a Riverdale elementary school is about to expand citywide.
Ryan Hondorf huddled with his American Studies softball team after its stunning victory over John F. Kennedy Campus. It took some doing, but when the coach finally got his jovial band of Senators to lower their raucous celebration a decibel or two, he summed up in two sentences what their 15-0 victory over Kennedy meant.
As the final days of March slipped by, one of the last original businesses in Skyview Shopping Center reluctantly closed its doors. For good.
Mary Fernandez had no idea what her blood type was, but something pushed her to call and find out.
TAKING STEPS FOR ETHICS
No two political activist organizations are alike. But then again, there isn’t much out there like Bronx Indivisible.
The LuEsther T. Mertz Library at the New York Botanical Garden has a rare book and folio room, which requires special access.
In a welcome and ambitious move, the Irish Repertory Theatre is devoting its season to the playwright Sean O’Casey, who lived between 1880 and 1964.
It happens so rarely. A regular-season loss by the Bronx Science softball team is one of those uncommon phenomena that ranks right up there with viewing a solar eclipse, picking the winning lottery numbers, and witnessing a Republican-Democrat three-legged race at a congressional picnic.
We celebrate the life, and mourn the loss, of Karen Ruth Green — a loving mother, grandmother, spouse and friend.
The northwest Bronx is known for its steep step streets, some of which serve as a canvas for vibrant street art. But stairs also can turn into a crime spot.
Landlords who charge prospective tenants a fee to pull their credit report may soon have to provide that credit report to the potential renter.