Wednesday, March 28, 2012


Van Hoeson Avenue homeowner arrested

A Van Hoeson Avenue resident, Pietro Cascione, was arrested on Thursday, March 15, for allegedly harassing and attempting to assault a neighbor. Read more…

Timmm-berrr! or not on parkway

The Pelham Parkway Preservation Alliance is gearing up for its first working-group meeting in which the “save the parkway trees” organizers plan to hash out with the city which trees are going to come down. Read more…

Tuesday, March 27, 2012


Shut down

The heat was on, but not where it was wanted. Read more…

Woodlawn arts house fulfilled

Martin O’Grady bought the white house on East 236th Street in Woodlawn as an investment. He carries a $2,400 monthly mortgage on it. Read more…

Monday, March 26, 2012


Local AARP chapter receives flag

“I pledge allegiance to the flag...” Read more…

WLCA encourages people to buy American-made products

Yes, many products are still made in the U.S.A. BuyAmerican SellAmerican -- a true grassroots startup -- wants more. Read more…

Sunday, March 25, 2012


Batter Up!

The 161st Street Business Improvement District has combined lineup cards with The Bronx Museum of the Arts for the new season. Read more…

St. Lucy’s art teacher follows her passion

Artist and published author Yvonne Martinez Ward is “Living the Artist’s Life” and wants her students to consider doing the same. Read more…

Saturday, March 24, 2012


Councilman Vacca dedicates new van to Bronx Jewish Community Council

Seniors will have fewer problems getting where they need to go, thanks to the joint efforts of the staff of Bronx Jewish Community Council and Councilman Jimmy Vacca. Read more…

Pelham Bay Park dog run being enlarged

Pelham Bay Park is getting an enlarged dog run that promises to be a slice of doggie paradise. Read more…

Friday, March 23, 2012


Fine Fare supermarket set for construction on E. Gun Hill Road

A fresh new alternative for food shopping is coming to East Gun Hill Road. Read more…

MCNY is back in the Bronx

Feeling like it’s time to go back to school? Read more…

Thursday, March 22, 2012


Scrawl Hints At Trouble

When Ben White stepped outside his home on Friday, March 16, he discovered the dreary day was darker and meaner than he could have imagined. Read more…

AD lines ok’d for Morris Park

The assembly district fury in Morris Park appears far from over, even as the new lines seem to be final for the next 10 years. Read more…

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