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Tuesday, June 10, 2014

The old Morris park racetrack is famous – but how about some love for the Morris Park Aerodrome? Read more…
Pelham Gardens

Councilman King: shuttered Golf Center could be put to better use

Another east Bronx mall planned for a closed golf driving range across from Co-op City and the Bay Plaza Mall is raising concerns over the best use of the property. Read more…
Pelham Bay

Community Board 10, Waterbury-LaSalle Community Association to welcome city agency representatives to Pelham Bay

Here is your chance to meet and greet representatives from your city agencies. Read more…

Monday, June 9, 2014

Pelham Parkway

Community Bd 11 wants to put illegal BBQers on grill

Barbecuers beware. Read more…
This time, the city Department of Transportation was welcome on City Island. Read more…
Van Nest

Graffiti plagues Van Nest

Van Nest

Graffiti plagues Van Nest

Members of the Van Nest Neighborhood Alliance are tired of the graffiti that is a blight on their neighborhood. Read more…

Sunday, June 8, 2014

Jenny from “the block” was nearly Jenny from H&R Block. Read more…

Bronx’s Little Italy hosts giglio, saints relics at annual Feast of St. Anthony, running June 11-15

One of the borough’s more colorful and festive ethnic and religious celebrations opens this coming week in the city’s “real Little Italy.” Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

New state Jobs Strike Force launched at Bronx jobs fair

Bronx Times Reporter

New state Jobs Strike Force launched at Bronx jobs fair

A job fair at Hostos Community College served as a backdrop for an announcement regarding a the creation a new “strike” task force to fight unemployment in the borough. Read more…

Saturday, June 7, 2014

Morris Park

Library: bench no, bike rack yes

Plagued with rowdy kids, an east Bronx library recently declined having the city install a bench outside the branch, asking instead for bike racks. Read more…

Friday, June 6, 2014

Locals fearful of bikers roaring through one Bronx neighborhood can breathe easy – for now. Read more…
Mott Haven

Murdoch award to SOBRO’s Phillip Morrow; 100G grant for rooftop greenhouse

SoBRO’s President Phillip Morrow has received the prestigious Murdoch Community Hero Award which recognizes leaders of charitable organizations who have been effective while taking fresh and practical approaches. Read more…
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Thursday, June 5, 2014

A group of brazen thieves has locals looking over their shoulder at a local neighborhood train hub. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

All Hallows closes out late season run with playoff series loss to Xaverian

Playing with its back against the wall was nothing new to All Hallows. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Monroe’s season ends with quarterfinal loss to Grand Street

James Monroe didn’t turn in its best performance in the season’s biggest and final game. The lack of execution didn’t stop the Eagles from putting forth a gutty outing that ultimately came up short in an extra-inning affair. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Taft sees chance at perfect season ended in title game loss

A slow start and a sluggish finish kept Taft from completing an undefeated championship season. Read more…
Boro Beat

Could Cuomo be wooing Klein back into regular Democratic fold?

Could Gov. Cuomo be trying to woo Senator Jeff Klein and his five-member Independent Democratic Conference back to the regular Democratic fold? Read more…
Schneps Community News Group

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