This coming Wednesday is St. Patrick's Day and while the celebrations may look a little different due to the coronavirus, one neighborhood in the Bronx didn't let that deter them.
An NYPD officer sustained a fractured knee while tangling with a shoplifter at a Bronx Target store.
Street racing has been a growing problem in coronavirus-emptied streets in New York City.
Riverdale Nursing Home in the Bronx appears, on paper, to have escaped the worst of the coronavirus pandemic, with an official state count of just four deaths in its 146-bed facility. The truth, according to the home, is far worse: 21 dead, most transported to hospitals before they succumbed.
An emergency field hospital is under construction at a park in the Bronx as New York City races to add hospital beds.
Masked burglars broke into a Bronx mansion reportedly owned by a real estate mogul. They got away with $140,000 worth of luggage and jewelry from the $4,000,000 home in the Riverdale section.
If you've never been to Riverdale, you should check it out. This residential community in the northwest Bronx used to be home to many of New York City's biggest moguls. You'll still find lots of mansions but also plenty of apartment buildings.
Thanks to the generosity and support from donors, the Daily News, and the Tunnel to Towers Foundation, the three children of slain NYPD cop Miosotis Familia now have a new home. They moved into a renovated apartment in the Riverdale section of the Bronx.