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Crime

Murdered Mount Eden Teen Remembered

The Mount Eden community is mourning the lost of an inspirational 19-year-old man gunned down near Rockwood Street and Walton Avenue. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

WellCare Nurse Helps Maria Marte

WellCare of New York, a subsidiary of WellCare Health Plans, Inc. dedicated to serving the Medicaid, Medicare and Long Term Care members in NY, expanded its field-based management program this year to better serve high-risk members. Read more…
Borough-wide

King provides relief for Haitian Hurricane victims

Council Member Andy King partnered with Black Nurses Rock and The Nutressence Network to raise money for families in Haiti affected by Hurricane Matthew. Read more…
Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. and Clear Channel Outdoor co-hosted a press conference at the ‘Crossroads of the World’ to promote the 22nd annual Tour de Bronx. Read more…
Event

BOOM Hosts 12th Annual Traveling Clothesline Project

BOOM Health Services hosted its 12th Traveling Clothesline Project event at Msgr. Raul Del Valle Square. Read more…
Education

M.S. 323X, J.H.S. 22X & LEAP Give Afterschool Performance

Two schools partnered with LEAP to showcase the positive effects of afterschool programs. Read more…
Education

Hyde Leadership Charter Celebrates 10th Year

Hyde Leadership Charter School celebrated its decennial on Saturday, October 15. Read more…
Fundraisers

St. Margaret of Cortona School Hosts Walk-A-Thon

Students and the entire school community of St. Margaret of Cortona School made tracks at its annual walk-a-thon fundraiser. Read more…
Borough-wide

Assault charges in fatal Kingsbridge explosion case

Charges have been upgraded against two men arrested following a house explosion in Kingsbridge that killed a FDNY captain and injured more than 20 others to include felony assault. Read more…
Event

Bronx Community College Architecture & Arts Festival

Bronxites explored their artistic side at the Bronx Community College Architecture and Arts Festival on Sunday, October 16. Read more…
Community Service

Run-D.M.C. Icon Inspires KHCC Youth

Community Service

Run-D.M.C. Icon Inspires KHCC Youth

A hip hop legend helped inspire Bronx youth to pursue their dreams. Read more…
Sheltering Arms celebrated the grand opening of its state-of-the-art Harriet Tubman Early Childhood Education Center at 565 Morris Avenue. Read more…
Diversity

James Monroe Seniors Celebrate Hispanic Heritage

James Monroe Senior Center residents celebrated their Hispanic heritage in a colorful event on Friday, October 14. Read more…
Health

St. Barnabas Pharmacists Review Seniors’ Medications

St. Barnabas Hospital pharmacists gave R.A.I.N. Tolentine Senior Center residents a ‘brown bag’ medication review as part of National Hospital and Health System Pharmacy Week. Read more…
Grace Belkin began as a secretary for the former Community Planning Board 14, which was transformed under the city charter in 1977 to the official city agency now known as Community Board 8. Read more…
Art

An Beal Bocht Cafe Hosts Artist Suzanne Axelbank

The An Beal Bocht Café showcased artist Suzanne Axelbank’s visually stunning multimedia works at the 445 W. 238th Street pub. Read more…
Politics

Borough President Diaz Meets With Israeli Ambassador

Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. recently met with the newly appointed consul general to Israeli in NYC. Read more…
Human Support Corp. and Duane Reade helped the community prepare for the upcoming flu season. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Bring ferries to transit deserts: Councilman Vacca

Bronx Times Reporter

Bring ferries to transit deserts: Councilman Vacca

Residents in waterfront communities sometimes called ‘transit deserts’ continue to look for possible public transportation improvements. Read more…
Event

Amida Care Hosts ‘Dance To The Rhythm’ Event

Amida Care’s ‘Dance to the Rhythm’ had Bronxites singing and dancing with excitement. Read more…
Food

WHEDco Hosts Coquito Masters Competition

The Women’s Housing and Economic Development Corporation offered Bronxites a taste of Puerto Rico at its annual Coquito Masters competition. Read more…
Health

MHCHC, Affinity Host ‘Gear Up for the Future’

The Morris Heights Community Health Center and Affinity Health Plan hosted a Bronx-wide youth event educating Bronxites of various topics of importance. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Around Town: News from your neighbors

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

Effort to keep Barnes & Noble grows

Despite reaching a lease agreement with another tenant, the Bronx is not finished fighting to keep Barnes & Noble in the Bay Plaza Shopping Center. Read more…
Business

Art Guild Trophies’ family emergency disrupts business

Art Guild Plaques & Trophies has been temporarily closed for the last month and a half, but a reopening will take place in the near future. Read more…
Children and their families are having a scary good time celebrating Halloween at the Bronx Zoo this October. Read more…
Health

Conjoined Twins Successfully Separated At Montefiore

The Children’s Hospital at Montefiore’s team of expert surgical and medical providers successfully separated conjoined 13-month-old twin boys Jadon and Anias McDonald after an over 20 hour long procedure. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Police Blotter

The latest police reports from all across the Bronx. Read more…
Education

St. Ray’s Serves Spaghetti Fest VIP Reception

St. Raymond Elementary School hosted its annual VIP Reception, a family-friendly ‘Spaghetti Fest’, on Sunday, October 16. Read more…
As the season of fear draws near, scarecrows took over the New York Botanical Garden for a night of Halloween fun. Read more…
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