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They’re bringing the field trip back to students in the East Bronx. Read more…
They’re rocking those boats! Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Shake up on Bronx community boards

More than 100 new people have been appointed to the Bronx’s 12 community boards, but many old-timers remain, despite a push by the Council for term limits at the lowest level of government. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Some seniors get rent freeze

More seniors living on fixed incomes will be getting a break on increases to their rent thanks to a new law passed by the Council. Read more…
Shootings are up in the 47th Precinct, so police, neighbors, and a certain bow-tied councilman are working together to do something about it. Read more…
Crime

Bronx pols push new gun laws

Crime

Bronx pols push new gun laws

Two Bronx legislatures want people who leave guns unlocked locked up for more than a year. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Law will clear way for slower streets

Bronx Times Reporter

Law will clear way for slower streets

The default speed limit could be dropped from 30 to 25, and community boards could get a say in other speed changes, if a new bill is approved. Read more…
Donte Bryan’s tears were still noticeable as they dried on his cheek. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Bronx Science rally falls short in title game loss in to Beach Channel

Bronx Science was just a few feet away from a city baseball title as Ben Kravitz tagged up from third base, preparing to score what could have been the game-winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

St. Raymond stars shine in Mayor’s Cup victory

Bronx Times Reporter

St. Raymond stars shine in Mayor’s Cup victory

Reynaldo Guillen is known for being a rally starter and a terror on the base paths, and he lived up to his reputation one last time in a St. Raymond baseball uniform. Read more…
The Italian festival is back! Check out our pictures! Read more…
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