Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Pelham Bay

Annual New York Salutes America fireworks celebration and festival set for June 27

Bring the noise! The borough’s annual New York Salutes America fireworks celebration at Orchard Beach is coming back! Read more…

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Pelham Bay

Board 10, LaSalle hold meet-and-greet

The groups’ June meeting doubled as a chance for residents and members of city agencies to get together. Read more…

Monday, June 23, 2014

Bronx Times Reporter

A ‘Boost’ for Bronx kids! State funds get kids out of the classroom and out in the field

They’re bringing the field trip back to students in the East Bronx. Read more…

Sunday, June 22, 2014

Westchester Square

Blue Hawaii! Two say restaurant got them sick

They wanted a taste of Asia, but two customers of a Westchester Square restaurant were served a potentially deadly liver virus, a new lawsuit claims. Read more…
Hunts Point

Rocking the Boat launches two boats on June 7

They’re rocking those boats! Read more…

Saturday, June 21, 2014

Throggs Neck

Old Glorious: Korony Post teaches about the flag

If they didn’t know it before, they know it now: these colors don’t run. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Shake up on Bronx community boards

More than 100 new people have been appointed to the Bronx’s 12 community boards, but many old-timers remain, despite a push by the Council for term limits at the lowest level of government. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Some seniors get rent freeze

More seniors living on fixed incomes will be getting a break on increases to their rent thanks to a new law passed by the Council. Read more…
Throggs Neck

The spice of life: PS 304 show a hit with kids, teachers, charity

A group of elementary schoolers in Throggs Neck put their budding talents to good use on June 16 when they hosted a variety show to raise money to help treat children with autism. Read more…

Friday, June 20, 2014


Orange with anger over 47th Precinct shootings

Shootings are up in the 47th Precinct, so police, neighbors, and a certain bow-tied councilman are working together to do something about it. Read more…
West Farms

Bronx pols push new gun laws

Two Bronx legislatures want people who leave guns unlocked locked up for more than a year. Read more…
Throggs Neck

Congressman Crowley and officers from the 45th Precinct hold forum on identity theft

They want you to keep yourself to yourself. Read more…

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Bronx Times Reporter

Law will clear way for slower streets

The default speed limit could be dropped from 30 to 25, and community boards could get a say in other speed changes, if a new bill is approved. Read more…
Pelham Bay

Boll-ing them over: Firebrand Annie Boller joins CB10

The ultimate community activist finally has a seat on her community board. Read more…
Van Nest

Van Nest gets graffiti clean up

The graffiti team has come to town, but some locals say they want to make sure the vandals don’t strike back. Read more…

Heavy lifting: Giglio back in Bronx

The Italian festival is back! Check out our pictures! Read more…
Pelham Bay

‘Build it Back’ sets up shop at CB10

If you need to Build it Back, head over to Community Board 10’s office. Read more…
Throggs Neck

New Scanlan principal: I’m ready for the challenge

A historic Bronx school is entering its next chapter with a new principal who says he’s ready for the challenges faced by Catholic schools in the 21st Century. Read more…

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