Tuesday, May 8, 2012


Muni-meter bill fast-tracked through City Council

It won’t make it easier to find a space, but a bill in the City Council may give drivers their personal parking meters - the right to use up time on their muni-meter receipts in other spaces. Read more…

Saturday, May 5, 2012


Legal woes continue at Pompeii

The legal woes for a troublesome local watering hole continue to pile up like a bar tab. Read more…

Friday, May 4, 2012


10 Bronx schools to shut down

Here come the feds, there go the teachers. Read more…

Thursday, May 3, 2012


Lehman High School to close

Here come the feds, there go half of Lehman High School’s teachers - and its name. Read more…

Wednesday, May 2, 2012


Man struck and killed crossing Bruckner Expressway

Bronx Highway police officers investigate at scene of fatal accident that killed Paul Lynch, brother of fallen 9/11 firefighter Michael Lynch. Paul Lynch, 36, was fatally struck by a Toyota sedan while trying to cross the Bruckner Expressway in the early morning hours of Wednesday, April 18. Police believe Lynch entered the highway by squeezing through a hole in the fence along the eastbound side of the Bruckner service road. Read more…

Van Nest helps fire victims

A local neighborhood group is being a good neighbor by reaching out to help several families who lost just about all their possessions after a recent multi-alarm fire. Read more…

Tuesday, May 1, 2012


46 new trees planted on Pelham Parkway

The first 46 of 246 trees to be planted during the Pelham Parkway Reconstruction are now taking root on the borough’s greenest thoroughfare. Read more…

TN resident top of the heap

Candy Rose, as she wants to be called, likes to keep Throggs Neck smelling as sweet as her name. Read more…

Monday, April 30, 2012


Loreto Park’s playground and bocce courts officially reopen

Something for the young, something for the old. Read more…

Sunday, April 29, 2012


Child care center may close under budget cuts

With child care programs facing steep cuts under Mayor Bloomberg’s proposed budget, Bronx families at one child care center are urging Hizzoner to go easy on them. Read more…

St. Ray’s urban planning

Out of a local Catholic school, a metropolis will grow. Read more…

Truman High School students write about what they would do as mayor

Six Truman High School students wound up as finalists in an essay contest that had them stepping into Mayor Bloomberg’s shoes to fix some of the city’s problems. Read more…

Saturday, April 28, 2012


City Island cameras let you dine in peace

Smile, you soon could be on City Island camera. Read more…

“We are New York” conversation group holds last class

A city conversation program for non-native English speakers and immigrant New Yorker is silent. Read more…

Friday, April 27, 2012


News Literacy Project a success

Students at a Soundview school are learning what it means to be a journalist. Read more…

Children become citizens at Bronx Zoo

Jose can you see? Read more…

Thursday, April 26, 2012


Bob Kappstatter now at Bronx Times Reporter, Bronx Weekly in Sunday New York Post

Veteran journalist Bob Kappstatter has joined the Bronx Times Reporter as its new editor, Times Reporter founder and publisher John Collazzi announced this week. Read more…

Realtor jumps into 80th assembly race

And they’re off! Read more…

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