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Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2011

Throggs Neck

Dr. Gonoud holds food drive

Throggs Neck

Dr. Gonoud holds food drive

Dr. Kenneth Gonoud has lived in Throggs Neck for his entire life, and built a successful chiropractic business there. So he wanted to find a way to thank the people around him, and he decided a food drive would be the best way. Read more…

Nineteen-year-old arrested in connection with hospital shooting

A 19-year-old has been arrested in connection with the shooting in Bronx Lebanon Hospital on Wednesday, November 9. Read more…

Monday, Nov. 21, 2011

Morris Park

49th Precinct ‘safe havens’ coming to life

The 49th Precinct Community Council’s plan to keep local children safe is slowly coming into fruition. Read more…
Hunts Point

Dr. Ian Amritt takes over as new chair of Community Board 2

Community Board 2, arguably the Bronx’s most complex board, given the fact that it contains both large industrial and residential area, has a new chairman. Read more…

Sunday, Nov. 20, 2011

Pelham Bay’s Lawrence Keane American Legion Post commemorated another Veteran’s Day on Friday, November 11. Read more…

Bronx Chamber honors veterans


Bronx Chamber honors veterans

The Bronx Chamber of Commerce held its annual Veterans Day Recognition Luncheon at Spoto’s Restaurant and paid tribute to men and women from all walks of life who have served their country. Read more…

Saturday, Nov. 19, 2011

A manhunt continues for those involved in an armored-truck robbery on Third Avenue and East 155th Street. Read more…
Throggs Neck

Dead body found by St. Raymond’s Cemetery

Police are currently looking for suspects involved in the abduction and murder of a Wakefield man. Read more…
The job of surgical physician assistant developed on the front lines of the Vietnam War, but its training methods were perfected at Montefiore Medical Center. Read more…

Friday, Nov. 18, 2011

Keep it open! Keep it open! Read more…

Community Board leaders react to new bike lane law

Love them or hate them, Bronxites have been seeing a lot of bike lanes popping up over the past few years. A new law will give community boards, not just in Bronx, but all over the city a chance to voice their concerns before any of the lanes are installed or removed. Read more…
Construction on Bicentennial Veterans Memorial Park are now complete, but vandalism has already occurred. Read more…

Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011


Macy’s to anchor new mall at Bay Plaza


Macy’s to anchor new mall at Bay Plaza

The Bronx’ newest retail hub will feature the borough’s second Macy’s. Read more…
The original owners of a beloved Pelham Bay bakery have two words for their customers: we’re back. Read more…
Throggs Neck

45th Precinct loses narcotics module

The 45th Precinct may just have lost one of its most effective weapons in the fight against drugs when a narcotics unit that was stationed at the precinct was recently moved. Read more…

Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2011


Macy’s: Parkchester store staying put

A spokesperson for Macy’s says the opening a the Bay Plaza location will have no impact on the status of its original Bronx store, located in Parkchester. Read more…
Frustration is mounting for residents of a Pelham Bay apartment building who have been without gas for over a month and have not received a timetable for its return. Read more…
Pelham Bay

NYPD tows for expired inspection sticker

The city that never sleeps might actually be the city that never gives its residents a break. Read more…
Morris Park

Cross County offers space for Postal CPU

Morris Park

Cross County offers space for Postal CPU

The Van Nest community’s post office may have closed over the summer, but Cross County Federal Savings Bank has stepped up to provide some postal services for Van Nest residents who prefer the more traditional methods of purchasing stamps and money orders. Read more…

Monday, Nov. 14, 2011


Feds Step In On Bronx River Green Space

Starlight Park, along the banks of the Bronx River, is currently under renovation and expected to re-open in summer 2012. Read more…

Saturday, Nov. 12, 2011

Members of the National Cycling Association foresee the Kingsbridge Armory as the site of a velodrome that can host a six-day series of indoor bicycle races, and be open to the public for two months. But that dream may be a bigger long shot than any race entrant. Read more…
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