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Tuesday, June 17, 2014


Lady chef manning hibachi grill at City Island’s Ohana

This time, it’s a lady firing up the “volcano.” Read more…
A local community group dedicated to stopping youth substance abuse has joined a growing chorus of organizations going smoke-free. Read more…

Monday, June 16, 2014


Pelham Bay Little League gets $9500 sprinkler settlement from contractor’s insurance

The nightmare at a “Field of Dreams” in Pelham Bay may finally be over. Read more…
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Vacca gets city to give 72-hour advance warning when construction work to hit nabes

Councilman Jimmy Vacca has gotten a city agency to go along with his proposal that could spell relief and some advance notification for neighborhoods facing major city construction projects. Read more…
Two Bronx workers were recently honored with city government’s highest public service award. Read more…

Sunday, June 15, 2014


Avid reader sets summer goal: 600 books


Avid reader sets summer goal: 600 books

One local library-goer has ambitious goals for the summer. Read more…

Saturday, June 14, 2014

Bronx Times

Green Dot phone scammers hitting east Bronx - again

Phone grifters working the Green Dot MoneyPak scam are at it again in the east Bronx. Read more…
Bronx Times

Push to renew expiring foreclosure prevention law

Homeowners facing foreclosure may be able to keep some of the tools the state legislature created after the financial crisis for five more years. Read more…

Friday, June 13, 2014


Only Bronx animal shelter at risk of closing

The Bronx’s only animal shelter is running out of time and money. Read more…
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Bronx Chamber of Commerce Exposition draws biz crowd

When neighborhoods deteriorate from foreclosures, local businesses also suffer. Read more…

Thursday, June 12, 2014

Bronx Times

Cops taking aim at illegal fireworks

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Cops taking aim at illegal fireworks

Put those bottle rockets, Roman candles, firecrackers and even sparklers down, Bronxites – and leave blowing things up to the pros. Read more…
Ben Kravitz felt helpless in centerfield as East Harlem Pride rallied to erase Bronx Science’s seven-run lead in the top of the seventh inning. Read more…
It wasn’t your traditional post season for Fordham Prep and the rest of the CHSAA baseball league. Read more…
Steve Masiello is officially the men’s basketball coach at Manhattan College again. Read more…
Boro Beat

Jeff Klein happy where he is, thank you very much

Jeff Klein is hanging tough, sitting pretty, and apparently intends to stay that way as co-leader of the Senate with Republicans. Read more…
Bronx Times

New Throggs Neck cafe offering regular entertainment

The Alley Cat Cafe recently opened in Throggs Neck offering an extensive menu of tastefully-prepared comfort food. Read more…
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