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 »

September 2, 2014

Dark, Dirty 191st Street 1 Train Tunnel to Get Safety Improvements

The DOT plans to add new lighting and install signage to ward off rogue cyclists in the passageway.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

September 2, 2014

Ricky's Halloween Pop-Up Coming to Inwood

Ricky's will open a temporary on Broadway near Academy Street.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

September 2, 2014

Kids' Clothing Store Owner Forced Out After Nearly 30 Years

Mi Bebe on West 175th Street helped generations of children dress their best for special occasions.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

September 1, 2014

Three Suspects Wanted for Beating Man in Hell's Kitchen, Police Say

The trio punched the man on 49th Street near Ninth Avenue on Saturday, the NYPD said.

Crown Heights & Prospect Heights »

September 1, 2014

Police Seeking Suspect for Attempted Rape in Prospect Heights

A 20-year-old woman was attacked near St. Mark's and Underhill avenues, the NYPD said.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

September 1, 2014

Man Charged with Hate Crime for Central Park Pellet Gun Attacks, Police Say

Edward J. Fall was charged in connection with two pellet gun shootings in August, police said.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

August 29, 2014

Rock Climber Overcomes Disability in Bid to Compete in World Championship

Adam Payne has a neuromuscular condition that requires him to use leg braces or a wheelchair.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

August 27, 2014

Rent Battle Spurred Candidate to Challenge Longtime WaHi Assemblyman

Kelley Boyd was motivated to run after a legal battle with her landlord.