Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017

Throggs Neck

Core Realty Family Opens TN Office

A real estate business has opened a brand new office in Throggs Neck. Read more…
Morris Park

MPCA Installs New Board Members

The Morris Park Community Association celebrated the installation of its new board members. Read more…
Throggs Neck

St. Joe’s School For The Deaf B-T-S

St. Joseph’s School for the Deaf welcomed its students back to the classroom in a heartwarming display. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

USPS cancels most planned service cuts in Bronx

The U.S. Postal Service, after pressure from elected officials, including Congressman Jose E. Serrano, has canceled most planned service cuts to the Bronx. Read more…

Monday, Sept. 18, 2017

Castle Hill

CB 9 Appreciation Dinner Awards Ceremony

A local community board honored many local workers, residents and organizations at its annual awards gala. Read more…
Morris Park

Monte Earns Breastfeeding Recognition

Montefiore’s Jack D. Weiler Hospital hosted a special celebration. Read more…

Spellman Varsity Wins Season’s 1st Game

Cardinal Spellman High School’s Varisty Football Team won its first game of the season. Read more…

Sydney House fills need for affordable housing

A $2.8 million affordable housing project, Sydney House, was kicked off with a ceremony at the site, 839 Tilden Street in Williamsbridge, on Thursday, September 7. Read more…

Sydney House fills need for affordable housing

A $30 million affordable housing project, Sydney House, was kicked off with a ceremony at the site, 839 Tilden Street in Williamsbridge, on Thursday, September 7. Read more…

Former rapist found living at family shelter: pols

Local elected leaders are railing against city policy that allowed a sex offender to live in the former Whitestone Capri Hotel at 555 Hutchinson River Parkway, located near the Whitestone Bridge in a family homeless shelter among young children. Read more…
Pelham Parkway

9/11 memorial at Hutch Metro Center hosts unveiling

Northeast Bronx residents and local leaders gathered at a new memorial to the Sept. 11 attacks on Wednesday, September 13 to remember the attacks that claimed thousands of lives 16 years ago. Read more…

Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017


King, Bailey Honor College Bound Scholars

Two elected officials presented 4-year college scholarships to five local scholars. Read more…

Hope Center Residents Visit Rye Playland

Hope Center residents celebrated Labor Day Weekend at Rye Playland! Read more…
Kingsbridge Heights

Herman’s Hermits At Seton Park

Senator Jeff Klein hosted a classic English beat rock band for this summer’s closing Summertime Symphonies Concert. Read more…

Teen Shot On Morris Avenue

Police are investigating after a teen was shot in Melrose last week. Read more…
Castle Hill

Effort begins to name school after hero officer

A movement is underway to name a new school in Castle Hill after one of New York’s Finest who died in the line of duty. Read more…

Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017

Morris Park

AARP Hosts Council Candidates Forum

A City Council Candidates Forum for those competing in the 13th and 18th Council districts was held at Maestro’s Caterers. Read more…
Throggs Neck

St. Benedict’s Church Hosts Blood Drive

A Throggs Neck church hosted a lifesaving charity event. Read more…
Morris Park

St. Mother Teresa’s Helping Hands For Houston

Many residents and local businesses contributed canned goods, clothing, toiletries, pet food and baked goods to help Houston families impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Read more…
Castle Hill

Bronx Y Celebrates Bon Appetit Fundraiser

Four local leaders for a treat at this year’s celebration! Read more…
Bedford Park

Man Shot Outside 2690 Webb Avenue

Police are searching for the gunman responsible for shooting a man over the weekend. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Blue Lights Safety Program launched at 4 parks

A new safety initiative will help make Bronx parks safer. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Police Blotter

The latest police reports from all across the Bronx. Read more…

Condo complex penalized over ‘no pets’ policy

The New York City Commission on Human Rights recently won its case in defense of a resident of Parkchester South Condominiums who was threatened with eviction over owning a service dog. Read more…

Friday, Sept. 15, 2017

Pelham Parkway

16th Annual Lt. Clesse Run Honors 9/11 Victims & Fallen Police

Many community and law enforcement officials honored the memories of 9/11 victims and fallen police officers at a time honored neighborhood tradition. Read more…
Edgewater Park

Edgewater Park Labor Day Olympics’ Parade Of Athletes

In honor of Labor Day, the Edgewater Park Athletic Association hosted the Parade of Athletes, an awards ceremony honoring the winners of this year’s Labor Day Olympics. Read more…
Edgewater Park

Edgewater Park Labor Day Olympics Swim Races

Edgewater Park residents made waves celebrating their neighborhood’s annual Labor Day Olympics Swim Races! Read more…
Silver Beach

Silver Beach Hosts Parade of Athletes

Silver Beach residents worked hard over their Labor Day Weekend by competing in their neighborhood’s traditional sports competition. Read more…

Apartment Fire At 1137 Longfellow Ave.

Firefighters are investigating a fire that happened over the weekend in Longwood. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Around Town: News from your neighbors

Check out the latest announcements from Around Town. Read more…
Bedford Park

Residents to protest Webster Avenue shelter plans

Community members are planning a rally to protest a proposed men’s shelter planned for Sam’s Carpet building on Webster Avenue. Read more…

Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017

Mott Haven

Ft. Motte Church Hosts Council Debate

Residents of East Harlem, Mott Haven, Highbridge, Concourse, Longwood and Port Morris learned more about their 8th Council District candidates. Read more…

Angolan Colobus Monkey Born At Bronx Zoo

The Bronx Zoo recently welcomed its newest baby animal. Read more…

Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2017

Throggs Neck

Delfonics, Chiclettes At Vets Memorial Park

The Delfonics and the Chiclettes gave an energetic performance at Senator Jeff Klein’s Summertime Symphonies. Read more…

NYCHA Conference At Soundview Houses

A special recogition was announced at the Soundview Houses. Read more…
Throggs Neck

Candidates Discuss 2800 Bruckner Blvd.

A special 13th Council District Candidate Forum was held to discuss the controversy surrounding 2800 Bruckner Boulevard. Read more…
Castle Hill

Bronx Y Conducts Swim Team Screening

A swim team screening was recently held by the Y. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Gjonaj defeats Vacca choice/Sen. Diaz captures the 18th CD Dem nod

Mark Gjonaj, Ruben Diaz Jr. and Ruben Diaz Sr. were among victors celebrating at a Democratic gathering attended by hundreds of supporters, elected officials and family members at Maestro’s Caterers, 1703 Bronxdale Avenue, Tuesday, September 12. Gjonaj, democratic candidate for the 13th City Council District, squeaked past Marjorie Velazquez with 38.63 percent of the votes to her 34.36 percent, with 95.6 percent of the scanners reported to the Board of Elections by Wednesday, September 13. John Doyle came in third place with 19.10 percent. Read more…
Pelham Bay

Legion Post sets pre-airing of PBS’s ‘The Vietnam War’

A preview of what promises to be an epic film about an important and troubled time in American history is coming soon to a local veterans post. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

3 council seats wide open; some incumbents challenged

Other New York City Council districts serving the Bronx include two council members whose seats are open because they are not seeking re-election. Read more…

Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017

Throggs Neck

Harrington Ave. Summer Block Party

Residents celebrated summer with friends and family on Harrington Avenue. Read more…

WWE Superstars Visit CHAM Kids

Patients received a surprise visit from several wrestling superstars. Read more…

Saks Off Fifth Opens In Bay Plaza

A new fashion store has opened at a former Barnes and Noble location. Read more…
Grand Concourse

Food & Wine Festival’s ‘Hip Hop for Hunger’ set for September 16

The Boogie Down Bronx will live up to its namesake in a lively charitable celebration. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Viviana Bianchi named BCA’s 5th executive director

One of the borough’s premiere arts organizations has a new executive director. Read more…

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