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Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Borough-wide

Reunion in Throggs Neck

Former Throggs Neck residents flocked to the Redwood Club for a down-home reunion. Read more…

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Community Service

25 Bronx Influential Women Awards annual gala

Community Service

25 Bronx Influential Women Awards annual gala

Our annual “Influential Women” awards feted 25 honorees at Villa Barone Manor in Throggs Neck. Read more…
Borough-wide

Red, white, and blue local wants Old Glory at war memorial

Richard Vitacco, president of the East Bronx History Forum, plans to push for a flagpole at the Van Nest monument. Read more…
High-school students received $500 sholarships and eight honorees were delivered a tall salute when Youth Leaders on the Move held its annual awards dinner in Throggs Neck. Read more…

Monday, July 7, 2014

Borough-wide

Around Town: News from your neighbors

Check out the latest announcements from Around Town. Read more…

Sunday, July 6, 2014

They’re simply the Finest! Officers Tai Lee and Bill Paterno were named “Cops of the Month” for their swift police work. Read more…
Borough-wide

Golden set trips the light fantastic

CenterLight Healthcare hosts senior prom in Morris Park Read more…

Saturday, July 5, 2014

Bronx Times

Senator Klein and the Independent Democratic Conference (IDC) to caucus with Senate Dems after Nov. elections; Rep. Charles Rangel wins primary

A group of breakaway Democrats led by Senator Jeff Klein has agreed to caucus with the regular Democrats in the state Senate. Read more…
Borough-wide

‘New York Salutes America’ with fireworks

Borough-wide

‘New York Salutes America’ with fireworks

Electeds and community trumpet summer with annual New York Salutes America celebration Read more…
Community Service

Councilman Andy King opens RAIN Senior Center

The golden set can chill out and be informed in style at the new Regional Aid for Interim Needs Senior Center on E. Gunhill Road. Read more…

Friday, July 4, 2014

Community Service

East Bronx Finest start Twitter account

East Bronx locals can now get 140-character updates from their police precinct #allday. Read more…
Borough-wide

Orchard Beach annual New York Salutes America Fireworks Extravaganza held on June 27

The Bronx celebrated America with live music, a promenade celebration and fireworks in what proved a fun time for all. Read more…
Basketball Wizard Drew Gooden nets literacy workshop at Santa Maria School. Read more…

Thursday, July 3, 2014

Transit

Rail hectic! Buhre, Zerega Ave No.6 lines to close

More train pain is coming to the east Bronx. Read more…
Borough-wide

Gene DiNapoli hosts Elvis extravaganza in White Plains

The July 5 salute to the king of rock-n-roll features six artists and Elvis’s original drummer and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer DJ Fontana. Read more…
Bronx Times

2014 All-Bronx Softball Honors

Fieldston continued its dominance this year for the second-straight softball season. Behind star Temma Levis and a veteran core group of players, the Eagles took home an undefeated Ivy League title and a second consecutive NYSAISAA softball crown. Read more…
The millions of people watching the World Cup this summer can only dream of what it is like to be an international soccer player. Summer Sofer no longer has to. Read more…
Bronx Times

New York City drops fourth straight to Long Island at Empire Challenge

Anthony Cruz refused to hang his head after New York City’s comeback attempt fell short in the Empire Challenge senior all-star football game. Read more…
The faithful flocked to the feast! Read more…

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Borough-wide

Group home for women with developmental disabilities planned for Van Nest

Unique People Services wants to use a two-family house at 620 Baker Avenue as a group home for women who have outgrown their residential programs. Read more…

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Borough-wide

Longtime City Island veteran’s advocate William Clancy honored with street renaming outside Hawkins Post

A City Island patriot will live on at the corner of Cross Street and City Island Avenue, after the City Council approved a bill to co-name the intersection “Commander William G. Clancy Lane.” Read more…
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