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Thursday, April 20, 2017

Bronx Times Reporter

SUV’s Stakeholder Appreciation Reception

Bronx Times Reporter

SUV’s Stakeholder Appreciation Reception

Stand Up to Violence toasted several exemplary community and Jacobi Medical Center leaders at its annual awards gala. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Palminteri Honors Tuozzolo’s Wife, Partner

An Oscar nomiated actor served dinner to the wife and partner of a 43rd Precinct police officer killed in the line of duty. Read more…
Animals

Mini Horse Visits Triboro Patients

Animals

Mini Horse Visits Triboro Patients

Triboro Center patients were absolutely ‘giddy’ with excitement when they received a surprise heartwarming visit from mini therapy horse Sterling. Read more…
Business

Job Fair Attracts 1,000 Job Seekers

Business

Job Fair Attracts 1,000 Job Seekers

The lines were long and hopes high at a local job fair organized and sponsored by three local elected officials. Read more…

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Economy

AEA, Penn Law Host Business Clinic

Economy

AEA, Penn Law Host Business Clinic

The borough’s aspiring entrepreneurs enjoyed learning how to make their businesses a success. Read more…
Diversity

LGBTQS United As One Rally

Members of the Bronx’s gay and straight communities rallied against intolerance in a non-political celebration. Read more…
Education

Schools For Better Learning Recaps

March was very busy month for the Bronx Charter Schools for Better Learning students. Read more…
Art

Lavelle School’s ‘Vision Of Art 2’

Over 50 students showcased their artistic triumph over their personal challenges. Read more…
Youth who are learning to skateboard will soon have a safe place to do so in Van Cortlandt Park. Read more…

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Books

Diaz Reads To P.S. 294 Students

Books

Diaz Reads To P.S. 294 Students

Students were in for a treat when the borough president visited their school. Read more…
Health

‘Stop The Bleed’ At Bartow Center

Jacobi Medical Center staff members gave a life-saving lesson in Co-op City. Read more…
Education

Bronx Community College Celebrates 60th

Bronx Community College celebrated its 60th anniversary on Wednesday, April 5 on the steps of City Hall. Read more…
Education

St. Philip Neri School’s UPK program cancelled

St. Philip Neri School had its UPK program cancelled after two years, even though the Archdiocese signed a three-year contact to house the program. Read more…

Monday, April 17, 2017

Theater

‘Tolerance Team’ Performance

St. Helena School students gave a crowd-pleasing performance of an original play with a powerful message. Read more…
Cardinal Hayes High School’s Cardinal Players rehearsed for ‘Bye Bye Birdie’ on Wednesday, April 5. Read more…
Business

Pollo Campero Hosts Free Empanada Day

Business

Pollo Campero Hosts Free Empanada Day

Bronxites took part in celebrating National Free Empanada Day at two local stores. Read more…
Event

BP Diaz Celebrates Turner’s 101st

Event

BP Diaz Celebrates Turner’s 101st

The borough president joined others in celebrating a local resident’s incredible milestone. Read more…
Business

Bronx Coworks offers rentable office space

Up and coming entrepreneurs and local business owners will now have a place to get some work done thanks to the new Bronx Coworks on Third Avenue. Read more…

Sunday, April 16, 2017

Animals

Indian Gharials Return To Bronx Zoo

Slender-snouted crocodilians will celebrate Spring Break at the Bronx Zoo. Read more…
Art

PAL Celebrates Women’s History

Local children expressed their artistic talents and gratitude for women of the past and present. Read more…
Bronx community members, elected officials and even Billie Jean King cut the ribbon on the new Cary Leeds Center Stadium on Sunday, April 9. Read more…
Borough-wide

TreeTop plans 2 Mott Haven apartment buildings

An area developer plans to turn four lots in Mott Haven into two apartment rental towers, partly through a newly resurrected state tax exemption program. Read more…

Saturday, April 15, 2017

Health

Inaugural Adaptive Sports Open House

A one-of-a-kind open house was held at the Williamsbridge Oval. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Police Blotter

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

Soundtrack Of Our Lives Spring Show

St. Raymond Elementary celebrated the spring season with song and dance. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Tow truck violations in 45th, 49th precincts

Commanders at some borough police precincts lave launched operations to crack down on unscrupulous tow truck drivers after public complaints. Read more…

Friday, April 14, 2017

Food

Real Dads Cook Just Desserts Competition

Several local fathers and their children got their ‘just desserts’ participating and enjoying a cooking competition. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Around Town: News from your neighbors

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

Blaze Destroys Self-Storage Warehouse

Firefighters prevented a fast moving fire in Mott Haven from becoming much worse last Sunday. Read more…
St. Barnabas Hospital hosted a lecture by Christopher Jerry about saving lives by reducing preventable medication errors. Read more…
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