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Education

Co-op City Scholarship Award Ceremony

Education

Co-op City Scholarship Award Ceremony

Six winners of the 2017 Co-op City Scholarship were honored at the Pelham Bay Diner. Read more…
A Melrose high school teacher and his former student created a documentary film together. Read more…
A local councilman and his team wore purple in support of #thelongestday to #endALZ. Read more…
Event

St. Patrick’s Home Hosts Centennial Celebration

St. Patrick’s Home Rehabilitation and Health Care Center honored several residents at an annual celebration. Read more…
Borough-wide

CB7 seeks input on curbing large-scale buildings

Concern that new development under the current R8 high-density zoning in Bedford Park and R6 and R8 zoning in Kingsbridge Heights may lead to the replacement of low scale housing with apartment buildings. Read more…
Borough-wide

Parkchester resident to host dinner for late wife

Parkchester resident Alexander Rutherford, whose wife passed away in August due to scleroderma, an autoimmune disease. Read more…
Health

CDC Recognizes Diabetes Prevention

Health

CDC Recognizes Diabetes Prevention

A Woodstock-based health group was recognized for its Diabetes Prevention Program. Read more…
Real Estate

Whitehall Unveils Its Green Roof

Real Estate

Whitehall Unveils Its Green Roof

A natural oasis was unveiled in Riverdale. Read more…
Film

‘Adult Behavior’ pilot filmed at Bronx landmark

A historic Bronx landmark served as the setting for a potential television series. Read more…
Community Service

Vols Revitalize Banana Kelly Garden, Center

Community Service

Vols Revitalize Banana Kelly Garden, Center

Volunteers rolled up their sleeves to help restore a local community garden and center. Read more…
The Pastor/Staff Parish Relations Committee of Fordham United Methodist Church celebrated the 30th anniversary of its beloved pastor. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Fallen Tree Causes Bridge Traffic Woes

Bronx Times Reporter

Fallen Tree Causes Bridge Traffic Woes

A fallen tree caused traffic delays near the Whitestone Bridge. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Work begins on Westchester Avenue bridge

A clearer picture of a major east Bronx bridge rehabilitation project is emerging. Read more…
Three men were arrested last week in connection with illegal firework use that led to a five-alarm fire in Unionport that left almost two dozen residents homeless. Read more…
Education

Chess Club Tourney At C.S. 112

Education

Chess Club Tourney At C.S. 112

A local chess club hosted an end of the academic year tournament for over 50 students. Read more…
The New York Botanical Garden’s Farmers Market is now open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Wednesday inside the Mosholu Gate. Read more…
Art

Public Art Celebration At Joyce Kilmer Park

Bronxites feasted their eyes and ears at a recent public art celebration. Read more…
Police and firefighters responded to an overturned NYC Department of Environmental Protection truck last week. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Peter Sullivan new CB 10 chairman

Community Board 10 has a new chairman whose heart is into volunteering in his community. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Police Blotter

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

E. 176th Street tenants call out abusive landlord

Earlier this week, tenants of 124 E. 176th Street rallied against their landlord, David David, for deplorable conditions, harassment and violation of rights at their residence. Read more…
Two people are recovering after their SUV smashed through a wall of a Co-op City Chase Bank last week. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Sneaky mayor pulls fast one/Shooting range sound barrier not a certainty

Sound barriers for the Rodman’s Neck NYPD ranges have been a community request for over a generation – and they still don’t appear to be a certainty. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Around Town: News from your neighbors

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