The search for a beloved Bronx librarian may have ended on Wednesday with the discovery of a body floating in the Harlem River, cops said.
In July 2011, the artist Gina Siepel paddled down the Bronx River with four strangers. This series of excursions in the northernmost borough of New York City, along with four …
Doran Jones co-CEO Keith Klain began forming visions of creating an outsourcing powerhouse on the banks of the Harlem River as he flew from New York City to places like India, Eastern Europe and... To view the full story, click the title link.
It was in a small skate park on 157th and River Avenue where Sheyla Grullon, 24, and Arianna Maya Gil, 22, forged a connection three years ago over being the only girl skaters in their Bronx neighborhood. They began throwing parties together, branding themselves the Brujas — the witches. Before... More »
The chase, which ended in Miguel Espinal’s death, led to the shutdown of the Saw Mill River Parkway in Yonkers, just north of the Bronx border.
A police pursuit that began in the Bronx has ended with a dramatic crash, after the pursued car ended up "pinned between two police vehicles." [ more › ]
The NYPD chased armed suspects from the Bronx into Westchester on the Saw Mill River Parkway on Tuesday in a pursuit that ended with a wild crash. Shots were fired during the pursuit, according to News Channel 12 Westchester. The high-speed chase ended in Yonkers with two suspects captured and third still at large and...
As a child, Arlene Alda loved picking violets that grew along the banks of the river that ran through her neighborhood. Then she would sprint
Dr. Joseph Rachlin inspects a net full of herring before releasing them into the Bronx River. Photo: Paula Gore, via Lehman College. American journalist Charles Kuralt wrote in A Life on the Road: I started out thinking of America as highways and state lines. Show More Summary
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A 44-year-old man was found dead in the East River off a Bronx park on Monday, police said.
I was walking the other night along the edge of the Harlem River, at or near where they once chopped off a sizable piece of Manhattan and connected it to The Bronx, creating a direct flow of Hudson into Harlem and facilitating the shipping that, while now meaningless, was both lifeblood and raison d'etre of the city. Show More Summary
Second generation Bronx spitters Chris Rivers and Cory Gunz hop on Brand Nubian’s “One For All” instrumental for a new freestyle. Previously: Chris Rivers ft. Whispers – Straight G Check (Video)
Also Thursday, police pulled the body of a man from the Hudson River between Battery Park and Governor's Island.
A 9-year-old boy who was hit by a foot-thick falling bough in Bronx River Park on Monday will need surgery on his spine.
In the 1950s my grandparents moved my father and uncle out of the Bronx, New York, and into the New Jersey countryside on the other bank of the Hudson River. Growing up hearing stories from my dad about how felicitous it was to be plunked...Show More Summary
The man was in the trough of the tracks as a D train came into the station at E. 161st St. and River Ave. on Monday.
Cops investigating the stabbing death of a 22-year-old woman who lives in the neighborhood near Bronx Park off the Bronx River Parkway. She'd been stabbed multiple times. Police were questioning her ex-boyfriend who is also the father of her child. The killing leaving many in this neighborhood feeling apprehensive about the park.
Before the Brooklyn, Manhattan and Williamsburg Bridges, there was High Bridge, arcing far above the Harlem River to connect Manhattan to the Bronx. Originally designed as an aqueduct in 1848, the bridge was closed for the past 40 years until a ribbon-cutting yesterday reopened it to foot traffic. Read more...
In theory, a bridge exists to link places that need connecting, but for six decades, the High Bridge connected nothing at all. It leapt between two steep, weedy escarpments on either side of the Harlem River, over highways and ramps and railways. Until Tuesday, it might have saved itself even... More »