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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


Reforestation of TN Expressway nearing completion

The severe storms this fall may have wrecked havoc in the city, but the downed trees turned out to be a blessing for Throggs Neck. Read more…

49th Precinct warns of thefts of older cars

Thieves are targeting older cars in the 49th Precinct, and the captain wants the public to be careful to secure their vehicles. Read more…

Wakefield says no to homeless saturation

The residents of Wakefield are not willing to see their community oversaturated with services for the homeless, and are already doing their fair share to help the special needs population. Read more…


The ongoing illegal modification of a Throggs Neck house has neighbors and city officials annoyed and confused more than ever. Read more…


Rocco Miano, also known as Rocky, was the founder of the Morris Park Community Patrol and longtime officer to the Morris Park Community Association. This spring, Miano will have the street he lived on named after him. Miano, who passed away in November 2009 at the age of 78, will always be remembered for how much he cared and contributed to the Morris Park community. Read more…

P.S. 83 donates 5,000 pounds of food to 49th Precinct

Since toys are on everyone’s minds at Christmas, P.S. 83 and the 49 Precinct are making sure Bronx families won’t have to worry about food for the holidays. Read more…

P.S. 14 ponders principal replacement

The fighting at P.S. 14 is over, but the situation is anything but calm. Read more…

Country Club getting long-awaited sewer upgrade

The severe flooding in a small section of Country Club will soon be a thing of the past. Read more…

Benedetto and St. Theresa’s team to clothe the needy

Assemblyman Michael Benedetto and St. Theresa Church teamed up to donate to the needy during the cold month of December. Read more…

Lydig Ave. elevator back up and running

It looked like residents of a Lydig Avenue building were going to be walking down as many as to six flights of stairs for a few more weeks. Read more…

Warneke chosen as new CB11 district manager

In a unanimous vote, Community Board 11 approved a new district manager to replace John Fratta, who retires at the end of January. Read more…

LDSCNY celebrates 6 years with an awards night

The Learning Disabilities Support Center of New York celebrated its 6th anniversary with an awards night where program participants and supporters were honored. Read more…
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