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Bronx Times Reporter

Adult homes will chop 75% of mentally ill

Adult homes across the Bronx are bracing for an exodus of residents, many of them suffering from schizophrenia and depression. Read more…
Crotona Park East

Students at PS 205 cause an uproar for the conservation of big cats

Students of the Big Cats Sister School Program are causing an uproar. Read more…
University Heights

9th annual 52nd Precinct Fellowship Breakfast held at Monroe College 

Northwest Bronx communities came together to celebrate the men and women who keep them safe. Read more…
Morris Park

Christmas lights revival inspires big push for Morris Park BID

Fresh off a victory reviving the Christmas lights tradition, the Morris Park Community Association will use its clout to re-double efforts to form a local business improvement district. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Access-a-Headaches for some Bronxites

Bronx Times Reporter

Access-a-Headaches for some Bronxites

Access-A-Ride has become a trip to nowhere for some Bronx residents. For some time the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, funding the paratransit program, has imposed stricter... Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Sandy won’t dampen voters heading to polls

As the city Board of Elections scrambles to set up polling places - including emergency ones after Hurricane Sandy, thousands of Bronxites will head to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 6 to elect their local leaders and U.S. president. Read more…
Add a dash of Italian cuisine, sprinkle some old world European fare, mix in a morale booster and voila you get the Bronx’s 2nd annual Savor the Bronx! Restaurant Week. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

UPDATE- 35,000 still in dark from Sandy

Bronx Times Reporter

UPDATE- 35,000 still in dark from Sandy

Large areas of the Bronx remained in the dark Thursday as it continued to recover from Hurricane Sandy. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

UPDATED-Bronx starts digging out from Hurricane Sandy

Sandy left a dirty mess. One of the worst storms ever to clobber the borough, it toppled trees, power lines and signs, flung anything not nailed down... Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Electeds on the job dealing with Sandy

Bronx Times Reporter

Electeds on the job dealing with Sandy

Councilman Jimmy Vacca had tears in his eyes. Read more…
Mott Haven

Bronxite chosen to compete in Footlocker Five Borough Challenge in NYC marathon

Some people run for exercise, some for fun. Rachel Charlop-Powers runs for her mom. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Help available for Hurricane Sandy victims

Bronxites suffering from the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy needn’t go it alone. Help is available. Read more…
City Island

Many choose to stay in Zone A evac areas in borough

Throggs Neck

Bronx Vets Parade set for Sunday, November 18

This year’s borough veterans parade will pay special tribute to women who serve their nation. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Bronx bracing for Hurricane Sandy

Frankenstorm is alive and it could repeat history. Read more…
Co-op City

Co-op City to refi mortgage

Co-op City is putting the finishing touches on a mortgage refinancing that could save it a whopping $149 million over 14 years - and eventual maintenance cost savings to its residents. Read more…
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