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Bronx Times Reporter

Borough President Diaz makes recommendations on Mayor de Blasio zoning ULURPs

The borough president amplified his objections on a de Blasio administration zoning plan that would significantly alter building rules along major transit lines . Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Allerton celebrates tree lighting

The third annual Allerton Christmas Tree Lighting took place on Wednesday, December 2. The lighting, which included a visit by Santa Claus, is sponsored by the Allerton International Merchants Association. Read more…
Borough-wide

East Bronx Academy Community School hosts Fall Harvest Feast

The Faith Foundation and the Synergi Community Improvement Association recently held their annual Fall Harvest Feast at East Bronx Academy, where various meats, salads, vegetables, sides, rices and desserts were given out to local residents in attendance. Read more…
Borough-wide

Fall Festival held near P.S. 106

A fall festival was recently held on 2120 St. Raymond’s Avenue, just steps from P.S. 106, where both students and teachers from the school were in attendance. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

AFC Rapid Soccer’s Island Current Fleet Wins Minor Division

The AFC Rapid Youth Soccer Club’s Island Current Fleet were crowned the 2015 season’s champions of AFC Rapid Soccer Minor Division on Sunday, November 29. Read more…
Borough-wide

Documentary Photographer Releases Photos of Bronx Life in the 1970’s

Ken Light is a documentary photographer, professor, and author. His new book “What’s Going On: America 1969-1974” showcases American life in an era of turmoil. Read more…
The MTA, along with Transit Wireless, recently held a press conference to announce expansion of wireless and Wi-Fi service in NYC’s underground subway stations. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Local organization brings Bronx filmmaker’s dream to life

Local emerging manuscript writer and filmmaker Nahshon Ratcliff is currently working on a new short film project, after the project’s manuscript received a grant from the Bronx Council on the Arts. Read more…
Borough-wide

Cardinal Spellman receives visit from Rabbi Sandmel

Rabbi David Sandmel, director of Interfaith Affairs for the Anti-Defamation League, visited Cardinal Spellman High School to speak about religious topics with juniors and seniors. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Southeast Bronx Neighborhood Centers, Inc. awarded donation

Dr. Pepper Snapple awarded Southeast Bronx Neighborhood Centers, Inc. a ‘Let’s Play’ equipment donation valued at over $12,500 as part of its partnership with Good Sports to continue SEBNC’s mission to reach more at-risk children. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Holiday lights make Bronx shine brighter

The Bronx is shining bright this holiday season with holiday lights decorating such local neighborhoods as Throggs Neck, Westchester Square, Morris Park and Castle Hill. Read more…
Community Service

Three New York Rangers serve Thanksgiving dinner

BronxWorks hosted a pre-Thanksgiving diner for families at the Carolyn McLaughlin Community Center. Read more…
Co-op City-based New York Fire Sprinkler Council and the Mechanical Contractors Association of New York recently announced that it raised $34,000 for the New York Firefighters Burn Center Foundation, funding which will provide crucial support for research, education and prevention, as well as medical care, for burn victims. Read more…
Community Service

Fordham Prep donates 10 tons of food to needy

A 10 ton food donation to three borough charities serving needy people was made by a local high school in a show of Holiday generosity. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Gjonaj & New York Blood Center’s Drive Helps Veterans

Assemblyman Mark Gjonaj and the New York Blood Center sponsored a Monday, November 30 blood drive to honor veterans. A bus from the blood center was stationed outside of the assemblyman’s office to accept lifesaving donations. Read more…
Borough-wide

Thanksgiving turkey giveaway held by Beso Lounge

Beso Lounge owners Eli Garcia and Gino Pacheco recently held their fifth annual Thanksgiving event on Thanksgiving Day, where they fed over 300 people with the donation of nearly 300 turkeys. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Around Town: News from your neighbors

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

Confident Rhoomes off to fast start for Rams

Ryan Rhoomes is exceeding his own expectations. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Truman rally falls short against Francis Lewis

This one got away from Truman. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Mustangs charge past FDR for PSAL Bowl crown

Truman was well aware of how potent Franklin D. Roosevelt’s offense was, so it never gave it a chance to get going by excelling in every facet of the game to knock off the defending champion. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Rams down LIU in overtime, win streak hits seven

Fordham defeated Long Island University 89-84 in a wild overtime contest at Rose Hill Gym on Tuesday. Read more…
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