The feast of the patroness of Dominicans attracted crowds from around the city.
Demonstrators charged the city's plan to reshape Jerome Avenue would drive up rents – and drive them from the southwest Bronx.
Our reporters spent a day on the buses of the Bronx, where 500,000 daily riders rely on the under-sung branch of the city's strained public transportation system.
The Belmont Business Improvement District canceled plans to put a Christmas tree in Vincent Ciccarone Playground, blaming a surge in panhandlers around Arthur Avenue.
The Bronx's annual toy drive kicked off with fifth-graders from Public School 205 hand-delivering the first presents of the season to the Bronx Zoo.
The women's group exemplifies the changing face of running in the U.S.: It’s becoming more female-dominated, diverse and social.
Activists call for an end to solitary confinement in New York prisons.
Our reporters visited various Bronx green spaces and playgrounds – finding some folks celebrating summer and others with complaints about their local park.