Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2011

Country Club

Details wanted on Valhalla Drive sewer

Many of the details surronding the upcoming placement of a new sanitary sewer line to replace existing lines under Valhalla Drive are still up in the air, with a shovel set to go into the ground early next year. Read more…

Bronx Prep annual college “mail-out” day

Seniors at Bronx Preparatory Charter School got into the spirit as they mailed off their college applications during a pep rally outside the school in what has become a rather unique ritual for the graduating class. Read more…

Monday, Dec. 5, 2011


70th anniversary of Pearl Harbor remembered

The wreath laying in Bicentennial Veterans Memorial Park to mark the 70th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor may also celebrate recent renovations to the park. Read more…

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Morris Park

Einstein celebrates opening of new neurophysiology lab

The Albert Einstein College of Medicine celebrated the opening of one of their most vital additions. Read more…

Sunday, Dec. 4, 2011


Bronx neighborhood ‘Slow Zone’ unveiled

Next time you’re driving between Southern Boulevard and the Sheridan Expressway, north of East 167th Street and south of East 174th Street, remember to slow down. Read more…

Yankees Brett Gardner helps unveil renovated library at P.S. 130

There isn’t a better way to encourage students to use their new library then to have a New York Yankee join them for its grand opening. Read more…

Soundview Park wetlands $10 million restoration

A $10 million dollar ecological restoration of the wetlands and lagoon in Soundview Park, as well as enhancements to the greenspace’s recreation areas, is now underway. Read more…

Saturday, Dec. 3, 2011


Parkchester residents still upset over removal of garage attendants

Parkchester Condominiums residents are refusing to accept less than 24-hour staffing in their garages. Read more…
Fordham South

Bronx Chamber of Commerce donates turkeys

The Bronx Chamber of Commerce has donated turkeys to those in need before Thanksgiving. Read more…
Pelham Parkway

White Plains Road BID holds annual luncheon

The White Plains Road Business Improvement District held its annual luncheon. The keynote speech supported the use of technology to improve business and communications along the commercial corridor. Read more…

Friday, Dec. 2, 2011


Residents celebrate new Williamsbridge Oval playground

Norwood residents finally celebrated the opening of the playground at the Williamsbridge Oval. But basketball may have to wait. Read more…

Bronx resident completes FOX apprenticeship program

A Bronx resident has successfully completed one of the most competitive apprenticeship programs in New York City. Read more…

Vacca honors hero firefighters

Three hero firefighters from Engine 90 and Ladder 41 were honored for going above and beyond the call of duty in catching a man charged in the mugging of a 19-year-old woman. Read more…
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Morris Park

Van Nest Academy receives unexpected book donation

Donations are always accepted at any elementary school. Read more…

Thursday, Dec. 1, 2011

Throggs Neck

Muni-meters hit East Tremont Avenue

Muni-meters have come to Throggs Neck, and the verdict is still out on how residents and customers along the shopping strip will find the new parking arrangement. Read more…

No Parking signage down in surrounding shuttered school

Department of Transportation parking signage originally placed to handle school bus traffic at the now shuttered St. Dominic School is being replaced, months after the school closed in June. Read more…

Man who robs elderly nabbed by 49th Precinct

After weeks of investigating, officers have arrested the man who has been robbing elderly residents within the 49th Precinct. Read more…

Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2011


Throggs Neck holiday lights not duplicated in Morris Park

It is either feast or famine when it comes to holiday lights this year. Read more…
Morris Park

Illegal postings placed throughout Community Board 11

Community Board 11 residents are beginning to grow impatient with illegal postings in their neighborhoods. Read more…

Crime down in 49th Precinct, but robberies up

Compared to 2010, the overall crime rate is down within the 49th Precinct, with the majority of incidents being “quality of life” complaints. Read more…

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