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St. Helena Cross Veneration

Parishioners of St. Helena Catholic Church in the Bronx had the opportunity to venerate a piece of the True Cross on which Jesus died following each Mass on the parish’s patronal feast The Exaltation of the Cross. The parish held a special celebration in the gymnasium on Sunday, Sept. 15, Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Soundview Drug Free Coalition meeting

Members of the Soundview Community Drug Free Coalition held their monthly meeting at Odyssey House. Read more…
Edgewater Park

Officers and auxiliary awarded at Theodore Korony Post meeting

Earlier this month, Theodore Korony American Legion Post 253 held a meeting and presented awards to officers and auxiliary members. Read more…
Pelham Bay

Caregiver walk held to spread awareness on Alzheimer’s

RAIN recently held an annual event at Orchard Beach to walk against Alzheimer’s disease. Read more…
The committee of the Bronx Puerto Rican Day Parade held a press conference at Havana Cafe on September 17. Read more…
University Heights

Constitution day observed at BCC

Bronx Community College celebrated an important anniversary in our nation’s history. Read more…
Local bands recently collaborated for a concert at First Lutheran Church in Throggs Neck. Read more…
Pelham Parkway

Councilman Gjonaj donates two checks at Bronx House

A councilman generously donated two checks to two educational institutions. Read more…
The Throggs Neck Community Action Partnership recently held its first meeting, which discussed the Opioid crisis. Read more…
Allerton

Beth Abraham says goodbye to longtime patient

Last week, Beth Abraham Center held a goodbye party for Juanita Hill, a patient who had been at the center since 2001 before she was discharged last month. Hill, who had transitioned from being a long-term to a short-term resident, was presented with a cake by staff to celebrate being discharged as well as her time at Beth Abraham. Read more…
Throggs Neck

9/11 victims honored at sunset memorial

Throggs Neck

9/11 victims honored at sunset memorial

Throggs Neck residents recently gathered to pay respects to victims who were lost on 9/11. Read more…
St. Joseph’s School for the Deaf held a BBQ last weekend. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Streetside mobile boiler has neighbors heated

A temporary mobile boiler parked curbside in front of a group home on 2225 Lodovick Avenue has become an eyesore on a Pelham Gardens residential street for some years now, neighbors say. Read more…
Grand Concourse

BX PR Parade festival held on Grand Concourse

A celebration of Puerto Rican culture and heritage took place along the Grand Concourse on Sunday afternoon. Read more…
Councilman Rafael Salamanca joined families at the 2019 Back to School Fair at Hunts Point Riverside Park. Read more…
Throggs Neck

POW MIA candlelight vigil held by TN Memorial Post

A local memorial post recently held a candlelight vigil. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

BronxNet celebrates 25th Anniversary

One of the nation’s finest public access television turns 25 this year! Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Don’t start any new projects

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City Island

Annual Arts & Crafts Fall Fair hosted on City Island

The City Island Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Arts & Crafts Fall Fair on Sunday, September 15. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

‘Close Rikers’ rally held

A rally was recently held at Mott Haven Reformeed Church in protest of Rikers Island. Read more…
Hunts Point

Councilman Salamanca joins Hunts Point Neighborhood Cleanup

Councilman Rafael Salamanca recently joined local organizations and residents for a neighborhood cleanup. Read more…
Melrose

Hispanic Heritage Month recognized at Melrose Senior Center

Melrose Senior Center celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month last week. Read more…
Bedford Park

Ribbon-cutting ceremony held for Doe Fund’s ‘Webster Green’ project

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held for new affordable housing development on Webster Avenue last week. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Stop the anti-police behaviour

The blatant disrespect of our fine men and woman of the NYPD has reached a point of community crisis. The overall disregard for the law in this dynamic is partially tethered to past legislative changes and current political inactions. The Climate Change that should be feared is the ‘Anti-Police’ political climate that fosters heinously disrespectful behaviors, and criminal activities. Our environment is now painted with a tainted brush stroke that harnesses those fine men and woman of NYPD that proudly serve our communities and want to protect our rights to a fine quality of life. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Hostos to honor TN’s Latin music artist manager, Richie Bonilla

The Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture opens its 2019 Fall Season with ‘A Salute to Richie Bonilla,’ the long-time Latin Music Artist Manager, with a selection of artists he managed paying tribute in a star-studded concert on Saturday, October 12 at 7:30 p.m. in the Main Theater. Read more…
Bronx Boriquas celebrated at an annual festival earlier this month. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Sepulveda shows support to Bronx Riders Alliance

A Bronx Riders Alliance-led forum was attended by Senator Luis Sepulveda. Read more…
Senator Luis Sepulveda recently officiated a wedding for an old friend. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

American Legion Post 19 Officer Instalation

John Fraser Bryan Post 19 of the American Legion. installed its 2020 officer at the Morris Park Community Association headquarters on Sunday, September 15. Read more…
Councilman Mark Gjonaj recently celebrated the conclusion of the Summer 2019 Concert Series at Burns Playground. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

‘Cuban Al’ was ‘all in’

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Bronx Times Reporter

Missing autistic man

The 52nd Precinct is looking for an austistic man, Joshua Colon age 26, brown eyes, black hair, 6’3” and weighing arroximately 270 pounds. Read more…
Williamsbridge

Performing arts group celebrates with sixth annual street festival

Earlier this month, a local performing arts group held an annual festival. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Bronx County American Legion recognition

Bronx County American Legion Auxiliary presented 100% membership banners to Unit Presidents to honor thier commitment. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Dinowitz addresses Woodlawn seniors

Dinowitz addressed the Woodlawn senior center on pressing issues regarding the northwest Bronx’s elderly community. Read more…
Lehman Center for Performing Arts’ newly renovated concert hall will be music to everyone’s ears. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Co-op City’s thrilling ‘Freedomland’ history preserved

An unusual roadside attraction made up of two wooden wheels and a steam pipe garners inquisitive stares from those travelling along Bartow Avenue in Co-op City. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

VCP pedestrian bridge planned to correct park’s flaw

Councilman Andrew Cohen was joined by community members and his fellow elected officials at Van Cortlandt Park on Friday, September 20 as he announced the full funding of the Van Cortlandt Park pedestrian bridge. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Mott Haven Historical District displays unique gallery

Bronx Times Reporter

Mott Haven Historical District displays unique gallery

One Mott Haven art gallery has gone above and beyond this week with its newest exhibit. Read more…
Pelham Parkway

Assemblywoman Fernandez gives away school supplies

A local assemblywoman gave back to the students in her community with a back to school giveaway. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Northwest Bronx to test streetside electric car charging spots

In an effort to spark environmental action, the NYC Department of Transportation will be siting at least 50 curbside electric vehicle chargers across the five boroughs, including several in Kingsbridge, Woodlawn and Morris Heights in addition to other parts of the borough. Read more…
Pelham Parkway

Gjonaj hosts last week’s ‘Fun Day on the Parkway’

Councilman Mark Gjonaj made it a ‘Fun Day on the Parkway’ last week. Read more…
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