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Education

NFL Player Gets Fit With Mott Haven Kids

The Bubble Foundation and Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Victor Ochi recently celebrated family health and wellness at the New York Foundling’s Mott Haven Academy Charter School. Read more…
Diversity

Serranos Celebrate Black History Month

Diversity

Serranos Celebrate Black History Month

Congressman Jose Serrano and Senator Jose Serrano paid homage to a few local African American leaders and former president Barack Obama. Read more…
Health

Monte Rolls Out The Rollin’ Colon

Health

Monte Rolls Out The Rollin’ Colon

Montefiore Medical Center’s Moses Campus rolled out the Rollin’ Colon in honor of Colon Cancer Awareness Month. Read more…
Crime

IC Discusses Rikers Island, Criminal Justice

The Independent Commission on NYC Criminal Justice System and Incarceration Reform held an informative roundtable discussion at the Andrew Freedman Home. Read more…
The Bronx K-Mart made shopping fun by hosting an awesome in-store graffiti art customization event at 1998 Bruckner Boulevard. Read more…
Borough-wide

Former Army center to be veteran, senior housing

The Muller Center will not be a homeless center, but instead will be long-term affordable housing, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced at a town hall meeting in Kingsbridge held Tuesday, February 21. Read more…
The Fordham Road Business Improvement District, New York Public Library and GrowNYC hosted an exciting Tote Bag Giveaway on Wednesday, March 1 at Bryan Park Read more…
Borough-wide

Touro pharmacists teach students about drug abuse

Fifteen pharmacy students and two pharmacy doctors from Touro College of Pharmacy recently held the “Say No To Drugs” program workshop at the Hyde Leadership Charter School. Read more…
Education

St. Raymond Elementary’s Character Day

Education

St. Raymond Elementary’s Character Day

St. Raymond Elementary students got into character for a special event tying into their school’s English Language Arts curriculum. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee Dinner

Bronx Times Reporter

St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee Dinner

The St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee hosted its annual dinner on Sunday, February 26 at Antun’s Restaurant. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Greenfield named new Bronx River administrator

The Bronx River Alliance has a new leader that is a familiar face at the public-private partnership. Read more…
Business

Brady new director of HUB/Third Avenue BID

An executive director of the HUB / Third Avenue Business Improvement District was recently appointed. Read more…
Bronx Little School students celebrated Dr. Seuss’ 113th birthday with a literacy day celebration. Read more…
Seventy-five Hyde Leadership Charter School seventh graders and their teachers learned about drug abuse and pharmacy careers from 15 Touro College of Pharmacy students on Thursday, March 2. Read more…
Technology

NYC SPARX Hosts Tech, Engineering Workshops

Bronx girls explored their scientific side at the NYC SPARX STEM Workshops on Friday, February 24 at St. James Recreation Center. Read more…
Bronxites and their families learned more about their local parks and playgrounds at the always informative Bronx Parks Speak Up! Read more…
Film

BP Diaz Appears On ‘BronxTalk’

Film

BP Diaz Appears On ‘BronxTalk’

Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. made a recent appearance on BronxNet’s popular ‘BronxTalk’ program. Read more…
Art

BMHC Remembers Elombe Brath

The Bronx Music Heritage Center hosted an opening reception for an exhibit honoring a local community activist and jazz legend. Read more…
Borough-wide

Row house fire displaces 26 residents

Borough-wide

Row house fire displaces 26 residents

A fast-moving fire ripped through a block of row houses in the south Bronx on Wednesday, March 1, forcing 26 people to seek temporary shelter. Read more…
The Bronx Coalition for Community Vision - a group of community organizations banning together in regards to the Jerome Avenue Rezoning - held a town hall on Thursday, March 2 to hear from council members Vanessa Gibson and Fernando Cabrera. Read more…
Community Service

CB 5’s Carmen Cruz Celebrates Retirement

Community Service

CB 5’s Carmen Cruz Celebrates Retirement

Community Board 5 celebrated with one of its dedicated members set to retire. Read more…
Education

Urban Scholars School’s Book Trust Event

NYC Schools Chancellor Carmen Farina made a special announcement at Urban Scholars Community School. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

45th Precinct brass gone/DI Raia, Dent out; Capt. Ghonz in

A change of leadership at the 45th Precinct occurred recently. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Around Town: News from your neighbors

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

More homeless shelters for central Bronx

The plan calls for the closure of 360 cluster sites, as well as an end to the controversial use of city hotels to house homeless residents. Read more…
Books

Students Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ Birthday

St. Helena School students and their teachers honored a famous children’s author on his 113th birthday! Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Police Blotter

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