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Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016

Cops from the 45th Precinct took part in group work out session at a local fitness center with the goal of encouraging physical fitness. Read more…
Co-op City

The Worthy 30 Project

Bronx woman Kaianna Sessoms decided to beat her hearbreak by devoting herself to charity - and it worked. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Say Yes to Success event fills Bronx girls’ hoops showcase void

Truman coach John Burke saw the void that was being left for girls’ basketball in Bronx and couldn’t do anything about until now. Read more…
The Red Hat Roses, a group of elderly woman in the Pelham Bay area, give generously to the Fire Department of New York Read more…

Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2016

Morris Park

Journalism to NYPD for CA officer

Recently appointed community affairs detective David Lepore, who was named to the position of the 49th Precinct last July, has proven himself not only as a police officer - showing that he is more than qualified for the position. Read more…
Pelham Parkway

90 years of service for VISIONS Bronx Advisory Board

The VISIONS Bronx Advisory Board, part of VISIONS (Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired) and established as an organization in 1926, celebrates 90 years of providing free services to the borough’s visually impaired population. Read more…
The students of Cardinal Hayes High School recently participated in Optimum Community’s 7th Annual Charity Champions Program, which promotes volunteerism and encourages local high schools to raise funds for a charity of their choice. The school was presented with a $1,000 and a $500 check, both of which the school donated to Holiday Magic. Read more…
Pelham Parkway

Take Care New York outreach event at Van Nest Library

The city Department of Health held an outreach event at the Van Nest branch of the New York Public Library on Saturday, January 16. Read more…

Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016

Pelham Parkway

New York Institute for Special Education first selected in the state’s K-Solar program

Solar panels will soon power one of the borough’s special needs schools. Read more…
Pelham Parkway

Chains Grow in Bronx; Dunkin Takes the Lead

A new report by the Center for an Urban Future finds the Bronx to have highest growing number of chains of any borough Read more…
Fordham

Art Duo Stereotank Installs Piece in Bronx

The Fordam Road BID along with the NYC DOT secured HeartSeat, an art installation which will be on display for one year at Fordham Road and Webster Avenue Read more…
Last Sunday, January 17, the Miracle Revival Temple and Fellowship Tabernacle Youth Church held a special ceremony commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy at their 1555 Macombs Road location. Read more…
Melrose

Activist group The Bronx is Not For Sale pickets Sobro

Members of activist group and anti-gentrification group The Bronx is Not For Sale, and community members, picketed outside of SoBro headquarters. Read more…

Monday, Jan. 25, 2016

Parkchester

Parkchester hate crime victim speaks out against attackers

Local elected officials, law enforcment and community and religious leaders united on Tuesday, January 19 to condemn last Friday’s anti-Muslim hate crime attack in Parkchester. Read more…
Parkchester

‘Art of Peace’ hosted at Al Iman Community Center

The Art of Peace exhibit, which celebrates local artists who make art with, about and for peace, was recently held at Al Iman Community Center. Read more…

Sunday, Jan. 24, 2016

City Island

Jim Mullarkey, Catholic War Veterans bury indigent veterans

Jim Mullarkey is with our nation’s heroes at the very end of their journey home. Read more…
Mott Haven

Piano District name stems back to neighborhood’s roots

The Piano District project has a lot of history behind its name and is getting back to it’s neighborhood’s roots of origin with the project’s name stemming back from over a century ago. Read more…
Throggs Neck

TN overpass receives multiple improvements

The overpass on Lawton Avenue has officially been repaired, while the east side of the overpass also received a new street light. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Bronx County Family Court Bar Association’s 4th Annual Awards Dinner

The Bronx County Family Court Bar Association celebrated its 4th annual awards dinner ceremony on Thursday, January 14 at Maestro’s Caterers to pay homage to a select few honorees. Read more…
New York Jets offensive guard Willie Colon recently presented the NFL Golden Football Award to Cardinal Hayes High School football coach C.J. O’Neil, after Cardinal Hayes High School was inducted into the Super Bowl High School Honor Roll as the NFL Super Bowl approaches its 50th anniversary. Read more…

Saturday, Jan. 23, 2016

Grand Concourse

Grand Concourse blaze displaces families

An early morning three-alarm fire at 2075 Grand Concourse on Tuesday, January 12 has left 14 families displaced. Read more…
Pelham Gardens

Pelham Gardnes leader Eugene Tutora passes

Eugene “Gene” Tutora, a popular civic leaders known with a great depth of knowledge about construction and about his local community, has passed away. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

New Book Reveals Info on Bronx Waterways

Sergey Kadinsky, historian and NYC Parks Department employee writes historical guide to Bronx waterways Read more…
Westchester Square

Atax Accounting & Financial Service Opens

Westchester Square

Atax Accounting & Financial Service Opens

A Saturday, January 16 ribbon-cutting ceremony was held to officially welcome Atax Accounting and Financial Service to the neighborhood. The new business is located at 1442 Williamsbridge Road. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Police Blotter

Friday, January 15, 10:40 p.m. -- A suspect allegedly approached a 22-year-old as she was walking near Park Avenue and E. 173rd Street. The man pushed her to the ground and tried to grab her purse. The victim resisted and the male let go of the purse and fled. Read more…

Friday, Jan. 22, 2016

Morris Park

Bronx Behavioral Health Center Unveiled; Helps Patients and Community

On January 19, city officals, the Office of Mental Health, and the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York cut a symbolic ribbon officially opening the new facility to patients Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Seven Bronx stations slated for renewal

Seven Bronx train stations are slated for renewal as part of Governor Cuomo’s recently announced renewal project for 30 existing subway stations across the MTA system. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

New Bronx District Attorney Darcel Clark sword-in

Bronx Times Reporter

New Bronx District Attorney Darcel Clark sword-in

New Bronx District Attorney Darcel Clark was sworn into office in an inauguration ceremony at Lehman College on Saturday, January 16. She took the oath of office from Judge Sheila Abdus-Salaam. Read more…
Mott Haven

U.S. Trade Rep Froman visits PDO

U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman visited Pook Diemont & Ohl, Inc. to highlight how exporting is currently benefiting the local economy. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Around Town: News from your neighbors

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

Thursday, Jan. 21, 2016

Bronx Times Reporter

Scanlan tops McClancy, sets up first-place battle with Kennedy Catholic

Monsignor Scanlan can finally look ahead to the game it’s circled on its calendar since last season ended. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Third time not a charm for Scanlan

Tom Catalanotto won’t be scheduling his Monsignor Scanlan team for three games in three days ever again. Read more…

Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2016

Bronx Times Reporter

Cablevision Statement on service disruption

Statement from Cablevision related to Monday, January 18 Service Disruption caused by Con Edison. Read more…
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