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Bronx Times Reporter

Gjonaj Meets With Yeshiva Students

Councilman Mark Gjonaj had the opportunity to speak with Yeshiva University students. Read more…
Diversity

Gibson Hosts Women’s Fellowship Brunch

Diversity

Gibson Hosts Women’s Fellowship Brunch

The Women’s History Month celebration featured District Attorney Darcel Clark and Bronx Parks Commissioner Iris Rodriguez-Rosa as guest speakers. Read more…
Education

International Women’s Day Brings St. Barn Alumnae

Two St. Barnabas High School alumnae discussed their experiences at an International Women’s Day event. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Bronx Asthma Rate Discussed

The Health Department’s Bronx Neighborhood Health Action Center hosted a naloxone training for students at the SUNY Bronx Educational Opportunity Center on Thursday, March 14. Read more…
Music

Heketi Students Receive Donated Guitars

Heketi has adopted the Little Kids Rock Modern Band program in instructing and engaging their students in Music Education, a critical component of the robust academic and social-emotional curriculum we provide. Read more…
Veterans at the Kingsbridge VA Hospital enjoyed a fun-filled evening! Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Bronx Brewery competes in Best Brews of New York

Bronx Times Reporter

Bronx Brewery competes in Best Brews of New York

The NCAA basketball tournament isn’t the only March Madness competition going on this month. Read more…
Parks

Renovated Hope Mount Garden reopens to cheers

A long neglected Mount Hope playground has reopened just in time for the spring season. Read more…
Community Service

King Delivers State of the District Address

Community Service

King Delivers State of the District Address

Councilman Andy King delivered his State of the District Address on Tuesday, March 12 at Evander Childs High School auditorium. Read more…
Books

Daughters of the Stone Book Reading

NYC Parks Arts, Culture & Fun commemorated Women’s History Month with a book reading by ‘Daughters of the Stone’ author Dahlma Llanos-Figueroa. Read more…
Education

YK&Q Chess Tourney Promotes Team Work

Education

YK&Q Chess Tourney Promotes Team Work

The Young Kings and Queens Chess Club Tournament promoted team work among students. Read more…
Community Service

Salamanca Attends 40th Pct Council Meeting

Community Service

Salamanca Attends 40th Pct Council Meeting

Councilman Rafael Salamanca attended a 40th Precinct Community Council meeting. Read more…
In honor of International Women’s Day, Crotona-based fashion designer Chuks Collins partnered with Women Women Tech to celebrate fashion and female empowerment. Read more…
Triboro Center residents and staff were treated with a Bourbon Street, ‘Nawlins-styled Mardi Gras celebration. Read more…
Diversity

BP Diaz Celebrates Irish Heritage

Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. honored a few Irish American leaders at his annual Irish Heritage and Culture celebration. Read more…
Transit

Pedestrian Struck Jaywalking

A pedestrian is recovering after being struck while crossing outside of a crosswalk in Soundview. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Police Blotter

Police reports around the borough. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

BPs Diaz, Katz protest mayor’s Mott Haven jail plan

Bronx Times Reporter

BPs Diaz, Katz protest mayor’s Mott Haven jail plan

When Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. said that he would continue to make a case why an NYPD tow pound at 320 Concord Avenue in Mott Haven is the wrong location for jail he wasn’t exaggerating. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Two west Bronx Catholic schools set to close in June

Two Bronx Catholic schools that have been bedrocks of education in the borough for decades are set to close at the end of June. Read more…
Bronxites enjoyed some early springtime fun at the 25th annual Bronx Parks Speak Up! Read more…
The Bronx’s only bookstore celebrated the launch of a native author’s action-packed dystopian novel. Read more…
Health

SBH, NYS Health Dept Announce eWIC Program

The Bronx is the first borough to release this technology in NYC. Read more…
Fashion

Infinite Exposure Show Fashion Unveiled

The fashion showcase featured an eclectic mix of designers from NYC; Rochester, NY and Michigan. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Around Town: News from your neighbors

Bronx Times Reporter

Around Town: News from your neighbors

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

BX Writers lets Bronxites express their creative side

The Bronx’s new, innovative approach to encouraging literacy, especially among its youth of course began out of Bronx Native at 127 Lincoln Avenue. Read more…
Military

American Legion Visits Kingsbridge VA Vets

The Bronx County American Legion was on hand at the Kingsbridge VA Hospital on Monday, February 25 to inform veterans of their benefits. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Yankees unveil new additions to the stadium menu

Well-a beat the drum and hold the phone...the food came out today! Read more…
Technology

DA Clark Unveils CAMS Program

Technology

DA Clark Unveils CAMS Program

The Third Avenue Business Improvement District joined business leaders throughout the Bronx to unveil the District Attorney’s Office Community Assisted Mapping System. Read more…
An affordable senior housing development will help residents reconnect with Mother Nature. Read more…
Health

Nazarin Worship Center Visits University Center

Children from the Nazarin Worship Center in Mount Vernon spent quality time with University Center residents. Read more…
Crime

Third Ave BID Discusses Crime Reduction

The Third Avenue Business Improvement District joined community and law enforcement leaders to discuss ways to reduce local crime. Read more…
Borough-wide

Third Avenue BID Hosts 21 in ‘21 initiative

The Third Avenue Business Improvement District was delighted to host the 21 in ‘21 initiative for a conversation on empowering communities and running for office with the NYC Board of Elections. Read more…
Borough-wide

3,000 Bx Apartment Building Workers strike

On Wednesday, March 6, Bronx residential workers including doormen, handypersons, porters and supers, rallied at Bronx Borough Hall with their supporters and authorized a strike if negotiations continue to falter ahead of a Thursday, March 14 contract expiration. Read more…
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