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Soundview Ferry: locals support 34th Street stop

Take a look at renderings of the new Soundview ferry. Read more…

P.S. 107 Hosts Bronx Tech Day

P.S. 107 students were mentored in computer science and coding in honor of Bronx Tech Day. Read more…
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Truck Overturns On Cross Bronx Expressway

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Truck Overturns On Cross Bronx Expressway

A tractor trailer truck was left dangling dangerously over the Sheridan Expressway causing delays for the Memorial Day commute. Read more…

BX Arena HS Teacher Receives Surpise Award

A high school English teacher received a surprise national award recognizing her ‘superlative classroom practice’. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

M.S. 89 Cheerleaders Earn Gold

M.S. 89’s Panthers Varsity and Panthers Junior Varsity earned victories at Six Flags’ 26th Annual Cheerfest Cheerleading and Dance Championship. Read more…

Crowds Pour Into Birch Coffee House

Business is ‘brewing’ at the Birch Coffee House, Hunts Point’s first coffee shop in 40 years! Read more…

First Presbyterian Church’s 116th Year

First Presbyterian Church of Williamsbridge’s faithful commemorated their parish’s remarkable 116th anniversary. Read more…
Community Service

Fr. Flynn Street Co-naming in Belmont

A parish priest who made a big impact was remembered recently. Read more…

Senator Klein aids stroke victim

Senator Jeff Klein recently supported a Williamsbridge resident who suffered from health issues and fell on hard times as a result. Read more…

Mural Gives Food For Thought

A recently unveiled mural at New Settlement Community Campus gave some food for thought. Read more…

Boogie Down Booth Installation

A community favorite returns to the Boogie Down Bronx! Read more…
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was recently held to celebrate the grand opening of the Woodlands and Council Towers VII. Read more…
A few exemplary leaders’ lifetime of work was recognized at the 56th Annual Benjamin Franklin Reform Democratic Club’s Awards Dinner. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

New animal shelter proposed for BX

Bronx Times Reporter

New animal shelter proposed for BX

Mayor Bill de Blasio’s announcement of $10 million in capital funding could result in a full-service animal shelter in the Bronx, much to the support of many organizations and political leaders in the borough. Read more…

Fordham Fever Fridays Carnival

The summer fun has just begun with the Fordham Road Business Improvement District’s annual ‘Fordham Fever Fridays’! Read more…

St. Raymond Academy’s Scholarship Awards

St. Raymond Academy for Girls presented scholarship awards to a few students at its fourth annual Fr. John C. Flynn Rooftop Court Reception. Read more…
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Around Town: News from your neighbors

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

Bronx Zoo Welcomes Otter Pup


Bronx Zoo Welcomes Otter Pup

The Bronx Zoo welcomed a new, bouncing baby otter at its award-winning JungleWorld exhibit. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Police Blotter

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Automotive aficinados traveled far and wide to Fordham University’s 12th Annual Car Show. Read more…

St. Barnabas Hosts Reality TV Star

The star of a popular VH1 reality TV show met with Bronx teens to share her personal experiences with teenage pregnancy. Read more…

Pichardo Pushes For Wheelchair Accessibility For Taxis

Assemblyman Victor Pichardo announced legislation seeking to improve wheelchair accessibility for NYC taxis. Read more…
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