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Bronx Times Reporter

Covering: Van Nest, Morris Park, Pelham Gardens, Allerton, Castle Hill, Pelham Parkway, City Island, Westchester Square, Locust Point, Silver Beach, Edgewater Park, Ferry Point Park, Throggs Neck, Spencer Estate, Country Club, Pelham Bay


Chester Civic Improvement Association

United Cerebral Palsy of NYC has informed us that they have funds available to help individuals with disabilities live in accessible housing through home modifications under the UCP Access to Home Program.  […] Read more…

Throgs Neck Home Owners Association

We hope you all had a wonderful holiday season, but when is the spring-like weather arriving?  We’re still waiting...patiently. Read more…

Northeast Bronx Association Inc.

The saga of what will become of the Circuit City store continues. As you know we have continued to fight to get a supermarket at that location, and at one point Vornado Realty (the owner of the property) indicated that they would consider that possibility due to the change in the overall economy. Apparently, Vornado does not deal with supermarkets and whatever hope we had has evaporated, along with the few warm contacts we once had at that company. However, we will never give up on truing to get a supermarket at that location. To that extend, we have reached out to our elected officials for their support and hope they can get Vornado to listen to them. Read more…

Pelham Bay Taxpayers Association

Another brilliant scheme to squeeze every last nickel out of the honest taxpayers. Not one sign to warn the public. You dropped your quarter in the meter like you always do. Read more…

Samuel Young Legion Post 620

Hello all! Read more…

Waterbury Lasalle Community Association

The sights and sounds of spring, how lovely and peaceful they are!   The sunny yellow forsythia, the pale pink magnolia and cherry trees, the tiny crocus flowers peeking out of the ground and the daffodils dancing in the wind—their delicate beauty could be the composition of a watercolor painting.  The sight of blue jays, cardinals and robins with their pale red breasts are a delight to see as they return to our yards for the warmer months.  Their songs are a delightful symphony that only the peace and quiet of spring can bring.  We long to throw open the windows and let the serenity of the season float in on a gentle breeze.  How I wish that the calm and quiet of spring could last throughout the summer! Read more…
Schneps Community News Group

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