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Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014

Pelham Bay

Councilmembers encourage residents to get a flu shot

Councilman James Vacca and CVS pharmacies have launched a flu shot program. Read more…
Van Nest

Van Nest, Wakefield to get new elementary schools

Two new public elementary schools will open at former Catholic schools in District 11. Read more…

Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014

Bronx Times Reporter

Councilmembers launch domestic violence initiatve

Bronx Times Reporter

Councilmembers launch domestic violence initiatve

Two Bronx city councilmembers joined to announce the beginning of a roundtable on domestic violence. Read more…
Sisters, Servants of Mary are celebrating the 100th anniversary of their ministry in the United States. Read more…
Pelham Gardens

Kings Harbor goes pink and sees green

Over $1,000 was raised for fighting breast cancer by the employees of Kings Harbor Nursing Home. Read more…

Monday, Oct. 27, 2014

The Castle Hill community has made it clear they will fight the construction of a motel in their neighborhood in the courts if the Department of Buildings doesn’t stop the project. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Bronx animal shelter on its last legs

A Bronx animal shelter has run out of funds and is seeking homes for its many dogs. Read more…
Throggs Neck

Video Zoo plans close after two and a half decades

Video Zoo, a video store that has seen various locations on Tremont Avenue, plans to close after 25 years of business. Read more…

Sunday, Oct. 26, 2014

West Farms

The Bronx Veterans Day Parade in West Farms

A group of veterans is hosting a veteran’s parade in West Farms. Read more…
Throggs Neck

Comptroller Scott Stringer, Councilman James Vacca and The Lighthouse Guild host vision prevention workshop

Two elected officials and a leading non-profit offered tips on senior eyesight issues. Read more…

Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014

Bronx Times Reporter

BID shows off Stadium area to developers

Urban Land Institute students visited E. 161st Street to learn more about its growth potential. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

St. Barnabas Hospital first in Bronx to be RIVA equipped

St. Barnabas introduces Robotic IV Automation, a pharmacy delivery system that prepares medications and prescriptions for patients. Read more…
A host of community and political leaders were honored at the Liberty Democratic Association dinner. Read more…

Friday, Oct. 24, 2014

Westchester Square

New York Public Library and Huntington in negotiations for land for the new Westchester Square library

A new library for Westchester Square may soon be a reality. Read more…
Throggs Neck

Amalgamated Bank welcomes an ols friend

A local resident has seen her banking career go full circle. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Rahaman’s late goal earns Science tie, division title

Ties usually have teams leaving the field dejected and discouraged. Bronx Science, for good reason, was nothing of the sort after earned a draw with rival Beacon. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Explosive offense powers Spellman over Mount

Cardinal Spellman and rival Mount St. Michael played to a scoreless draw in their first meeting. Maybe it was competing on a college field or the energy from crowd, but finding the back of the net didn’t prove to be much of a problem for the Pilots the second time around. Eight different players scored as the Pilot’s spoiled the Mountaineers’ home game on college field. Read more…
Youth council paves the way for Bronx residents to make healthier life-style choices. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Riverdale tops Horace Mann to claim Ivy League girls’ soccer title

Emma Giancaterino found the ball on her left foot in the box and wasn’t sure if she could put enough power on the shot to score. Read more…
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Westchester Square

Halloween arts and crafts workshop held

Westchester Square

Halloween arts and crafts workshop held

An arts and crafts workshop was held at the Huntington Free Library. Read more…
Circle of Love held a tag sale to raise money for cancer research. Read more…

Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014

Co-op City

Borough President Diaz seals deal to keep Barnes & Noble at Bay Plaza after it was slated to close

Barnes & Noble in Bay Plaza may have been slated to close, but a borough elected official got it to stay put after all. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Montefiore is Ebola ready as Governor Cuomo’s administration selects them to deal with any potential local cases

New York State is not taking any chances when it comes to Ebola. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Around Town: News from your neighbors

Check out the latest announcements from Around Town. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Bronx cancer walk held at Orchard Beach

Bronx Times Reporter

Bronx cancer walk held at Orchard Beach

Thousands of breast cancer survivors, along with family and friends, walked for a cancer cure last Sunday. Read more…
Pelham Bay

Summer readers honored

Pelham Bay

Summer readers honored

A group of summer readers were given NYS Assembly certificates for reading 10 or more books. Read more…

Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014


Borough President Diaz held a celebration for Italian-American Heritage and Culture Month

The Bronx borough president recognized several Italian-Americans at his Italian Heritage event. Read more…
Schneps Community News Group

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