Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Westchester Square

Bronx Neighbor: Richard Dankner

After nearly 40 years practicing ophthalmology in Westchester Square, Dr. Richard Dankner continues to expand his knowledge of the most cutting-edge techniques in his field. Read more…

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Country Club

VMA treks for its track

It seems the Villa Maria Academy track and field has been on a losing streak - the field that is, not necessarily the team. Read more…

Monday, May 13, 2013


WP Road biz strip up in flames

Efforts were already underway to rebuild after a blaze ripped through a row of stores and a mosque on the White Plains Road shopping strip in Williamsbridge. Read more…
Morris Park

Board 11 votes term limits

Mayor Bloomberg managed to squeeze a third term, but Community Board 11’s chairman made sure he won’t. Read more…

Sunday, May 12, 2013

Bronx Times Reporter

NYPD sector maps coming

Local police precinct community council leaders praised - with some reservation - passage of a Bronx city councilmember’s bill that pinpoints neighborhood crime for the public on their computers. Read more…

Saturday, May 11, 2013

Pelham Gardens

Push on for local Slow Zones

These groups and city agency want drivers to SLOW DOWN. Read more…
Pelham Parkway

Mull Pel Pkway sidewalk appeal

Pelham Parkway south residents are not going to let a technical “dead end” deter them from moving forward. Read more…

Friday, May 10, 2013

Bronx Times Reporter

BP Diaz kicks of Bronx Week 2013

It’s that time of year again— time to show all of the other boroughs why the Bronx is in a league of its own. Read more…
City Island

Town hall over Sandy concerns

It was a range of reactions from fear to hope as concerned east Bronx shoreline residents gathered a town hall meeting with Federal Emergency Management Agency representatives and elected officials earlier this month over new flood zone maps after Hurricane Sandy. Read more…

Thursday, May 9, 2013

Throggs Neck

Troubled Pompeii bar will finally close at end of May

It looks like last call at Pompeii, the troubled east Bronx bar and lounge. Read more…
Boro Beat

Political earthquakes shaking up Bronx

Yet another couple of earthquakes have hit Bronx politics, with a judge turning down candidate Yudelka Tapia’s lawsuit to avoid paying $108,000 in fines and funds owed to the city’s Campaign Finance Board, Senator Ruth Hassell-Thompson named by feds as POSSIBLY under investigation, and a guessing game on what other Bronx pols might also be under prosecutors’ microscopes. Read more…

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