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Borough-wide

Cardinal Spellman defeats Kennedy HS

Borough-wide

Cardinal Spellman defeats Kennedy HS

Cardinal Spellman High School won its playoff game, 16-14, over Kennedy Catholic High School, putting Spelling against Xaverian for the championship game. Read more…
Books

Momentos of our fallen soldiers

Author Inbal Abergil held a signing for her book ‘N.O.K.: Next of Kin’ at the Bronx Documentary Center. Read more…
Rebuilding Together NYC took out an aluminum sun porch and replaced it with a brand new room in this military veteran’s family home. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

JASA holds volunteer recognition party

Over 400 volunteers were celebrated for their extraordinary work at JASA’s annual Volunteer Recognition Party, a rousing catered event complete with entertainment, dancing and community. Read more…
Fundraisers

Bronx Zoo kicks off holiday toy and hurricane relief drive

The Bronx Zoo and the Borough President’s office kicked off their annual holiday toy drive for military veteran families on Thursday, November 9. Read more…
Transit

Bus countdown clocks in the Bronx unveiled slowly but surely

After the first $40,000 Councilman Andrew Cohen allocated in FY15, the first two bus countdown clocks have been installed Read more…
Borough-wide

Hunts Point Market holds annual Gives Back

Borough-wide

Hunts Point Market holds annual Gives Back

The merchants at the Hunts Point Produce Market held its annual “Hunts Point Gives Back” to Hunts Point, a community event, Saturday, November 11, at the Julio Carballo Little League Basketball court, 1230 Lafayette Avenue. Read more…
Community Service

God’s Love We Deliver makes a veteran’s life fulfilled

Thanksgiving meals are about more than the family gathering and heaping dishes of food for God’s Love We Deliver. Read more…
Borough-wide

Little Theater Are Spellman Finalists

Borough-wide

Little Theater Are Spellman Finalists

The Little Theater at Cardinal Spellman was packed with standing only room left for the late comers. The finalists brought their best monologues. According to Mr. O’Keefe, CSHS’s president and principal, this was the best one he has seen in his seven years at Spellman. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

KFC test-markets its new hot-honey chicken locally

The Bronx Times Reporter dispatched a reporter to a local Kentucky Fried Chicken to try its newest offering being test-marketed in the Bronx for a limited time. The site of choice was 1959 Bruckner Boulevard on Thursday, November 9, for a lunch/work break. Ordered the tenders, with iced tea. Not too hot, not too sweet. Just as Goldilocks sampled the Three Bears’ porridge, the taste of this dish was just right. Read more…
Diversity

Native American Festival held

The Office of Multicultural Affairs held its first Native American Festival at the Rose Hill campus on Saturday, November 11, from noon to 4 p.m. in the McGinley Center. The event included Native drummers, a hoop dancer, and vendors selling indigenous memorabilia. Read more…
Health

Bronx Center nursing home celebrates veterans

Bronx Center, a skilled nursing facility in Soundview, held a celebration of veterans in their facility in honor of Veterans Day recently. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Police Blotter

The latest police reports from all across the Bronx. Read more…
Grades 5 through 8 will be served at a planned charter middle school campus to be located at 316 E. 165th Street, with expectations to open for the 2018 school year. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Fourth annual Peruvian procession held in the Bronx

La Hermandad De Cargadores y Sahumadoras Del Señor De Los Milagros Del Condado Del Bronx held its fourth annual procession in the Bronx on Sunday, November 12. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Man fatally struck by garbage truck

Bronx Times Reporter

Man fatally struck by garbage truck

A man died after being struck by a garbage truck in the Bronx on Tuesday, November 7, officials say. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Around Town

Come read the latest news from your neighbors. Read more…
Real Estate

Coop grapples with shelter/Fordham Hill residents ready to fight DHS

In the fiery aftermath of a town hall meeting on October 25 which did not satisfy the board members of the Fordham Hill Owners Corporation, the board is now seeking the help of Councilman Fernando Cabrera to intervene with the NYC Department of Homeless Services. Read more…
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