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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


St. Paul Avenue gets direction reversed

The direction of St. Paul Avenue was reversed to the elation of some Pelham Bay residents and the displeasure of others. Read more…

Pompeii owner admits he wouldn’t want to live near bar

As neighbors enjoyed Pompeii Bar and Lounge’s weekend shutdown, they learned they have a new sympathetic ear in their efforts to shut the nighclub for good - Jose Torres, the establishment’s owner. Read more…

Pesky Rats Run All Over Pelham Gardens

Local construction and poor management of a neighboring property has led to an infestation of rats in Pelham Gardens. Read more…

Young Politico Robles Survives Horrific Crash

A young Bronx politician is lucky to be alive after the car he was driving flew off the elevated Bronx River Parkway and fell approximately 30 feet early Saturday morning. Read more…

Morris Park Merchants Make Timely Donations to S.F.X.

Donations from a local supermarket and funeral home have brought exciting new additions to a Morris Park parish. Read more…

Town Hall planned on Ladder 53

Residents of City Island are not going to let their ladder company go without a major fight. Read more…

Shelter Ruling Victory

A move by the cty to stop the release of documents related to the opening of the Westchester Square homeless shelter has been denied by a judge. Read more…

Construction begins on Waterbury-LaSalle gas station

A Hess Express is finally coming to Waterbury-LaSalle. Read more…

Van Nest Artist Honored With Street Rename

The name of one of New York City’s most influential artists can now be viewed on the corner from where he once operated his studio. Read more…

Derelict Rhinelander Property Cause of Concern

An abandoned house near two local elementary schools is concerning neighbors more than ever. Read more…
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