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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


CB 10 continues to fight for 45th Precinct narc module

The 45th Precinct won’t get their narcotics unit back, but at least they’ll have help on call. Read more…

Our Lady of Assumption Parish is showing gratitude to troops over seas

This Pelham Bay church is showing its gratitude. Read more…
Bronx Times

Eight Bronx Catholic Schools at risk for closure

Eight Bronx Catholic schools have been named “at risk” for possible closure at the end of the next school year. Read more…

St. Ray Students Feed Needy Families

Happy Turkey Day! Read more…
Bronx Times

Report: Bronx most food-deprived

There’s not enough food to feed the borough’s growing number of hungry people. Read more…

Free signs offered to community groups who support vets

The Waterbury-LaSalle Community Association and a local signmaker led a successful effort to increase turnout at the 28th Annual Bronx Veterans Day Parade in Throggs Neck. Read more…

Orchard Beach, Pelham Bay Park socked with major storm damage

The ferocious reach of Superstorm Sandy didn’t spare Pelham Bay Park. Read more…

Lehman once again warned by DOE of possible closure 

Here we go again! Read more…
Boro Beat

Bickering over ‘new’ City Council district for Bronx

With the City Council due to vote on new district lines before Dec. 7, some folks are wondering if the NYC Districting Commission bent to Council Speaker Chris Quinn’s will - or the newest Bronx councilwoman is just being a whiner. Read more…
One month after Superstorm Sandy’s destructive wake, some Bronx homeowners are still waiting for help from their insurers. Read more…

Westchester Square Civic, FDNY Hispanic Society help firefighters displaced by Sandy

Firefighters who were themselves victims of Superstorm Sandy are getting help from their “brothers.” Read more…
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