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Around Town Section

Hi Readers! Welcome to another edition of Around Town. Read more…
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Dr. James Cimino, dedicated life to Calvary Hospital, dies

The Bronx recently mourned Dr. James Earnest Cimino, a Bronx resident who dedicated his life to Calvary Hospital and those in need and helped people around the world through his medical brilliance. Read more…
Opinion

Community Calendar

PLEASE NOTE:Events submitted for the Community Calendar should be taking place in the Northeast Bronx.Readers wishing to leave information about an upcoming community event should call (646) 641-7744 and leave a message for the Community Calendar or email the events to bronxevents@gmail.com.Deadline for phone messages is Friday at 4 p.m. Read more…
Borough-wide

Spellmanites bring Haiti relief

Cardinal Spellman High School students and faculty have contributed towards the relief efforts in Haiti by initiating three projects that resulted in the collection of more than $ 2,500 in funding and supplies. Read more…
Borough-wide

Baltimore carries Stepinac over Cardinal Hayes

Baltimore carries Stepinac over Cardinal Hayes Read more…
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Blasi’s heroics pilot Spellman to A State Quarters

Blasl’s heroics pilot Spellman to ‘A’ state quarters Read more…
Opinion

Country Club Civic Association

Mixed signals were sent and some-times you have to go with your gut feeling. “Don’t worry about Bronx bus Bx14. We’ve got time…” And before long, a MTA public hearing was […] Read more…
Borough-wide

Young Knights Battle In Champoinship Loss to Bergtraum

Young Knights battle in championship loss to Bergtraum Read more…
Borough-wide

Joyner takes hardfall, but responds with fury

Joyner takes hard fall, but responds with fury Read more…
Borough-wide

Pipe Dreams - Sports

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Punter powers Salesian to CHSAA B Crown

Punter powers Salesian to CHSAA ‘B’ crown Read more…
Borough-wide

Ravens fly into CHSAA Class AA Semifinals

Ravens fly into CHSAA Class AA semifinals Read more…
Opinion

Preston High School Mother-Daughter Luncheon

Tradition is alive at Preston High School as students celebrated the bonds they share with women in their lives, including their mothers, aunts, grandmothers, and sisters, at Preston’s annual Mother-Daughter Luncheon. Read more…
Opinion

Pelham Bay Taxpayers

April 24, 2006 - St. Paul was reversed “without maximum participation from the Pelham Bay community.” Read more…
Opinion

Lenten Concert at St. Ben’s

Join the choirs of St. Benedict as they journey through Lent with an evening of Mass, music and specialty dishes on Saturday. Read more…
Opinion

Korony Post 253

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Opinion

Mosholu Montefiore Community Center

Chris Pinto, director of Sports at the Mosholu Montefiore Community Center, announces that the little league is now in its final stage of registration for the spring baseball season. Read more…
Opinion

Waterbury Lasalle Community Assoc.

Our next meeting will be on March 11, at 7:30 p.m. at P.S. 14 on Hollywood Avenue and Bruckner Boulevard.We will have several give-aways that will remind us that spring is coming.Take your mind off of the snowy winter and have some fun with us! Read more…
Opinion

Congressman Crowley Health Insurance

“Small businesses across the Bronx and Queens are struggling to provide health coverage to their employees because the cost has skyrocketed so dramatically in the past few years,” said Crowley.“Middle-class families are facing higher premiums, a lower quality of coverage and limited choices – all while the insurance companies are jacking up prices and turning record profits.Increased competition in the health insurance industry will mean better plans at more affordable prices – a real relief for many New York families, individuals and small businesses.” Read more…
Opinion

Westchester Square Zerega Improvement

“To help make that a reality for every family in the city, Mayor Bloomberg and I have set about giving parents more choices - both because choice makes it more likely that parents will find what they want for their children and because competition creates better outcomes for children. Read more…
Opinion

Throggs Neck Community Action

Take out your Shamrocks and green berets as St. Patrick’s Day is almost here! Test your knowledge with our St. Patrick’s Day quiz. Read more…
Opinion

P.S. 105 school news

Christopher Eustace, principal of P.S. 105, located at 725 Brady Avenue, an-nounces the school’s third annual Career Day, scheduled for March 22, at the school. The event will begin at 8:30 a.m. and end at 11:30 a.m. Students in grades 3-5 will welcome guest speakers into their classrooms where the presenters will tell the children about their own educational backgrounds, their skills and emphasizethe link between a solid education andfuture career choices. Read more…
Borough-wide

Kennedy in semis for fifth straight year

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Borough-wide

Hayes over Ford-sports

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Borough-wide

Pipe Dreams-Sports

Damon Has Pity For Us Read more…
Borough-wide

St. Catharine Cheerleaders

SCA Stars Go Far! Read more…
Borough-wide

Wings Turns Lincoln Blue

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Mustangs show fight as season comes to end

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Opinion

East Bronx History Forum

The East Bronx History Forum will meet one week early this month due to conflicts with St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. The meeting will be about the early Irish immigrant women who ran households throughout the city and nation and the focus this month will be on a Bronx household.The Bartow-Pell Mansion in Pelham Bay Park was home to a number of young Irish ladies seeking a better way of life in America.Their story is told in a rather unique way by former New York Times Reporter Doug Hearle who has investigated their history through the 1860 census and other sources. Read more…
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