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Bronx Times Reporter

Yankees, CBs choosing nominees for youth awards

The New York Yankees, in collaboration with the Bronx’s 12 community boards, are currently taking applications for nominees of the annual New York Yankees Community Council Youth Leadership Awards, which will honor five youth community leaders from each community board area. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Stop & Shop sets up shop amid Pathmark closures

Bronx Times Reporter

Stop & Shop sets up shop amid Pathmark closures

Stop & Shop is filling what could have been potential vacancies caused by the demise of one of America’s supermarket chains. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

East Bronx Traffic Coalition focuses on improvements to I-95

A consortium of civic groups is calling on city and state traffic authorities to redesign a stretch of Interstate 95. Read more…
Education

2015 Hometown Huddle at P.S. 30

New York Jets players and United Way of New York City teamed up for Tuesday, October 20’s Hometown Huddle at P.S. 30. Read more…
Diversity

Bronx Neighbors: Tiffany Warren

A local woman from Claremont is making the borough proud as an advertising executive promoting diversity in her industry. Read more…
Parks

St. James Park receives new sythetic turf field

On Friday, October 23, Bronx Parks Commissioner Iris Rodriguez-Rosa, Councilman Fernando Cabrera, local residents, community members and P.S. 246 celebrated the grand opening of St. James Park’s new sythetic turf field with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Forum on rezoning plan encourages community participation

Community Action for Safe Apartments recently held a visioning session to discuss the community’s involvement in the Jerome Avenue rezoning plans at the Latino Pastoral Action Center. Read more…
Education

P.S. 94 Spelling Bee

P.S. 94 held its annual speeling bee on Wednesday, October 24 which saw Nadia Shari declared as first place winner and Brian Puma named the second place victor in the competition. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Highway bridge work in Castle Hill and Throggs Neck to be complete by year’s end

The long awaiting completion of reconstruction projects on three east Bronx overpasses seems to be reaching its conclusion. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

New Bronx DA to be appointed in upcoming election

On Tuesday, November 3, Democratic candidate Darcel Clark and Republican candidate Robert Siano will go head to head in an election that will result in the appointing of the next district attorney of the Bronx. Read more…
Borough-wide

Shut It Down Against Gun Violence

Inner City Gun Violence Prevention and members of Police Service Area #7 held a ‘Shut It Down Against Gun Violence’ event on the evening of Saturday, October 17 at the Melrose Houses to help support gun violence awareness throughout the community. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Police Blotter

40th PCT. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

SBH holds medication reviews at RAIN Senior Center

Members of St. Barnabas Hospital’s pharmacy department recently gave a brown bag medication review to seniors at the Regional Aid For Interim Needs Tolentine Senior Center as a part of National Hospital & Health System Pharmacy Week. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Mayor affordable housing plan get controversial reception

The mayor’s zoning mandate to create affordable and senior housing has virtually no support in some corners of the borough, and is being shut down at some town hall meetings. Read more…
P.S. 483 The Matilda Avenue School, located at 4520 Matilda Avenue, recently held a school naming and ribbon cutting ceremony for campus building 314, naming the building the ‘Police Officer Robert V. Oswain Educational Campus’ in honor of fallen 47th Precinct police officer Robert Oswain. Read more…
Community Service

Co-op City youth leader honored in street co-naming

Community Service

Co-op City youth leader honored in street co-naming

Elected officials, community leaders, family and friends gathered on the corner of Bartow Avenue and Asch Loop to con-name this intersection ‘Alexander Milton Way’ in honor of the late youth leader. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

‘Boo at the Zoo’ hosted at the Bronx Zoo

For the month of October, the Bronx Zoo has hosted ‘Boo at the Zoo: Mystery and Mischief’ in preparation for Halloween. The exhibition included Halloween-themed activities and festivities for those who visited. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Around Town: News from your neighbors

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

21st annual ‘Tour De Bronx’ launched by Diaz

Bronx Times Reporter

21st annual ‘Tour De Bronx’ launched by Diaz

Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr., along with the Bronx Tourism Council, Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation, Montefiore Medical Center, St. Barnabas Hospital and Bronx Lebanon Medical Center, recently hosted the 21st annual ‘Tour De Bronx’, the state’s largest free bicycling event which attracted more than 7,000 cyclists. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Hello Mr. Anderson: First-year starting quarterback has Rams rolling

Kevin Anderson fumbled on his first play from scrimmage in his first real action in a football game in four years. With all he went through to get back on the field he wasn’t going to let that begin to define his tenure as Fordham University quarterback. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Last second Becker goal sends Lions past Poly Prep

Olivia Becker didn’t panic amongst the chaos in the box with the game’s final seconds ticking away. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Bronx Children’s Sports and Fitness Expo

Bronx Times Reporter

Bronx Children’s Sports and Fitness Expo

A great time was had by all who attended Saturday, October 10’s Bronx Children’s Sports and Fitness Expo held at the United Federation of Teachers headquarters at 2500 Halsey Street. Read more…
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