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A Garden Classroom To Sprout At NY Botanical Garden

The new facilities will allow the program to add additional edible gardening and STEM programing for 100,000 local school children. Read more…
The Northwest Bronx Community and Clergy Coalition commemorated an important milestone recently. Read more…

Congressman Serrano Celebrates African Heritage

Congressman Jose Serrano recognized several local community leaders, organizations and entertainment groups at his third annual African Heritage Celebration. Read more…

Brew At The Zoo Lifts Halloween Spirits


Brew At The Zoo Lifts Halloween Spirits

The Bronx Zoo featured a different kind of ‘wild life’ this Halloween season. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Habitat For Humanity NYC Honors Borough President Diaz

Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. was formally recognized by Habitat for Humanity NYC in Manhattan. Read more…

Veterans Day Parade in Crotona Park set for Saturday

The Bronx Veterans Parade Task Team will host the third annual Bronx Veterans Day Parade on Saturday, November 5 to pay tribute to country’s war veterans in preparation for Veterans Day. Read more…

Fordham Road BID Hosts Halloween Sidewalk Sale

Fordham families scared up some great deals at the Fordham Road Business Improvement District’s Halloween Sidewalk Sale. Read more…

Author details Fidel Castro’s 1995 visit to the Bronx

Bronx author Julio Pabon writes about the time Cuban leader Fidel Castro visited Jimmy’s Bronx Cafe. Read more…
Wakefield community advocates, Community Board 12 and Councilman Andrew Cohen celebrated the launch of the ‘District 11 Community Activist of the Month’ award with the inaugural honor presented to an inspirational Wakefield Parks activist. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Borough Electeds to Apple: Open Retail Store here

A host of elected officials are calling on Apple Incorporated to open a retail location in the borough. Read more…
Real Estate

Housing, jobs to replace Spofford Detention Center

The Peninsula, which includes 740 affordable housing units, will replace the Spofford Juvenile Detention Center. Read more…

22nd Annual Tour De Bronx Rides Across The Borough

Over 7,000 cyclists embarked on a wild ride at this year’s 22nd annual Tour de Bronx. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Savor the Bronx takes place from November 7 to 18

Bronx Times Reporter

Savor the Bronx takes place from November 7 to 18

A preview to the borough’s restaurant week, Savor the Bronx 2016, showcased some of the finest eateries in the county. Read more…

Self-serve kiosks come to Westchester Ave McDonald’s

The McDonald’s at 1982 Westchester Ave is stepping into the future with new self-serve kiosks. Read more…

Norwood Merchants Meet On 204th Street


Norwood Merchants Meet On 204th Street

The East 204th Street and Bainbridge Avenue Merchants Association, and MAS Productions hosted a merchants meeting recently. Read more…

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church Celebrates 110th

The Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel commemorated its parish’s incredible milestone. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Around Town: News from your neighbors

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

Hunts Point Economic Development Corp.’s 29th Annual Tent Party

The Hunts Point Economic Development Corporation’s Tent Party celebrated its 29th year on Tuesday, October 25 at the Hunts Point Co-op Market. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Police Blotter

The latest police reports from all across the Bronx. Read more…
Schneps Community News Group

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