Lindsay Armstrong

Reporter/Producer @lindsay_anne81 larmstrong@dnainfo.com

Lindsay Armstrong is a reporter/producer covering Washington Heights and Inwood.

She joined DNAinfo New York after graduating from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, where she focused on urban reporting. While in school, Lindsay spent months investigating dilapidated apartment buildings in the Bronx and the role of court-appointed lawyers in foreclosure cases, which earned her a cover story at the Riverdale Press.

Her work has also been featured at NY1, MetroFocus, Babble.com and in the New York Daily News.

Before transitioning into journalism, Lindsay spent several years teaching middle school English in Washington Heights and the Bronx as a New York City Teaching Fellow. She is especially interested in reporting on education and youth issues.

In addition to her role at DNAinfo, Lindsay serves as a multimedia fellow for Baruch College’s undergraduate journalism department.

Fun Fact: Lindsay has traveled to several countries, including Australia, where she spent two weeks living in a tent with a baby kangaroo.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

December 19, 2014

Paleo Baker Brings Healthy Twist to Desserts

Inwood chef Diana Cornell makes treats that are gluten-free, vegan and paleo.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

December 19, 2014

Plan Would Suspend Expanded GWB Bike Lanes Over Hudson River

The New York Cycle Club said the paths need to be doubled from about 7 to 14 feet to meet demand.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

December 18, 2014

Site of Notorious Uptown Murder to Be Demolished for New Development

Three houses on West 187th Street, including one that was the site of a 1958 murder, will be torn down.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

December 16, 2014

Woman, 81, Has Nose Broken During Mugging on Busy Inwood Street, Police Say

The victim was robbed while walking on Seaman Avenue around 6:30 p.m. Friday.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

December 16, 2014

La Marina is One of the Parks Department's Most Smokin' Hot Concessions

Since 2012 La Marina has made $18.4 million, including tens of thousands of dollars in hookah sales.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

December 15, 2014

Uptown Man's Family Reignites Search for Killers 10 Years After His Death

Michael Berrios was stabbed to death in December 2004 on a Queens street, police said.

Riverdale & Kingsbridge »

December 12, 2014

MAP: See the Buildings With the Most Heat Complaints in New York City

There were 11,000 more heat complaints this year compared to last.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

December 11, 2014

Uptown Charter School Seeks to Expand Elementary Grades

The Equity Project Charter School wants to add pre-K through fourth grade classes to its middle school.