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A local school celebrated the life and legacy of a famous children’s books author. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

City Day of Action on Safety

The City’s Day of Action informed day laborers about the upcoming deadline for a mandatory 10-hour OSHA training. Read more…
Books

HELPSY Donates Books To Students

HELPSY has partnered with the Book Fairies to provide free books for children in the local community. Read more…
Theater

Spellman Players To Perform Mary Poppins

Cardinal Spellman High School’s student production of ‘Marry Poppins’ is bound to be supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! Read more…
Education

Dr. Timothy McNiff Visits School

St. Barnabas High School students received a surprise visit from the superintendent of Schools of the Archdiocese of New York. Read more…
A park nestled near the Bronx Courthouse will house a meaningful interactive art installation. Read more…
A school in the south Bronx has been up in arms over what parents and teacheres said are broken promises. Read more…
Event

Diaz Attends ‘Black Panther’ Movie

On Friday, February 16, Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. and The Shadow League co-hosted a screening of Marvel Studios’ ‘Black Panther,’ for volunteers from the Bronx Youth Corps and Bronx Fathers Taking Action group. Read more…
Event

Gjonaj Speaks At NEBA Meeting

Event

Gjonaj Speaks At NEBA Meeting

Councilman Mark Gjonaj was the keynote speaker at the Northeast Bronx Association’s meeting on Monday, February 26. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Youngsters Compete In PAL Tournament

Bronx Times Reporter

Youngsters Compete In PAL Tournament

Three hundred and forty Police Athletic League youngsters from all five boroughs competed in citywide tournaments during a fun-filled day of educational games and laughter. Read more…
Economy

Bailey Holds Black Wealth Panel

Economy

Bailey Holds Black Wealth Panel

Senator Jamaal Bailey hosted a roundtable at Co-op City on building wealth in the black community. Read more…
A new museum has opened in the heart of the south Bronx, but its location is far from the usual. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Bronx Brewery adds seasonal, limited edition beers

If you thought that Szechuan was only a sauce from McDonalds, think again. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Movement continues to maintain Hart Is. history, shoreline

Bronx Times Reporter

Movement continues to maintain Hart Is. history, shoreline

Questions about the integrity of the shoreline at a city burial ground on Hart Island are being raised even in the midst of an effort to recognize the island’s historical significance. Read more…
Music

Imperial Court NY Performs At Rehab Center

Bronx Center elders took a trip back to the 1980s! Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Council Salutes Kosovan Independence

Bronx Times Reporter

Council Salutes Kosovan Independence

Several council members recently commemorated Kosova’s decade of independence. Read more…
Politics

Bailey Discusses The Power Of Voting

Politics

Bailey Discusses The Power Of Voting

In honor of Black History Month, Senator Jamaal Bailey discussed the power of the African American vote. Read more…
Event

Spellman Cheerleaders Make Nationals Top 5

Congratulations are in order for the Cardinal Spellman High School cheerleaders who earned two top five placing at this year’s Nationals in Orlando, FL. Read more…
Education

Parents protest C.S. 92 school-closure decision

Parents and students gathered outside the door of a school in 30-degree temperatures on a Tuesday morning to save their school. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Gjonaj At General Welfare Committee Hearing

Councilman Mark Gjonaj recently attended the General Welfare and Mental Health, Disabilities and Addiction. Read more…
Education

AT&T Honors Fordham’s Mentors

Education

AT&T Honors Fordham’s Mentors

AT&T honored a helpful Fordham University educational program celebrating 15 years! Read more…
Transit

2 Car Collision On Webster Avenue

Transit

2 Car Collision On Webster Avenue

Firefighters responded to a two car collision on Monday, February 26 at 12:40 p.m. at 2543 Webster Avenue. Read more…
Diversity

Serranos Honor Black History Trailblazers

Diversity

Serranos Honor Black History Trailblazers

Congressman Jose Serrano and Senator Jose Serrano honored five distinguished local leaders at their annual Black History Month Celebration. Read more…
Boricua College hosted an artist exhibition and reception on Tuesday, February 27 at its Bronx Campus on 890 Washington Avenue. Read more…
Crime

Man Injured In Mount Hope Shooting

Crime

Man Injured In Mount Hope Shooting

Police need your help finding a gunman wanted for injuring a man in Mount Hope. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Police Blotter

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

Nor’easter takes down 230-year-old Mighty Oak

Bronx Times Reporter

Nor’easter takes down 230-year-old Mighty Oak

A majestic 230-year-old tree in Pelham Bay Park was one of the casualties of Winter Storm Riley. Read more…
Art

Lehman College Hosts ‘TICK-TOCK’ Opening Reception

Lehman College Art Gallery hosted the opening reception for ‘TICK-TOCK: Time in Contemporary Art’ on Wednesday, February 28. Read more…
Books

Kids’ Comic Con Returns To BCC

The always action-paced Kids’ Comic Con announced its upcoming 12th annual celebration! Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Around Town: News from your neighbors

Check out the latest announcements from Around Town. Read more…
Hearing that the Cross Bronx Expressway was found to be America’s worst road is less than shocking to Bronxites. Read more…
Real Estate

Co-Op City residents win billboard battle

The Board of Standards and Appeals voted to halt construction on a massive monopole that would have glared into the residents’ homes. Read more…
Event

Klein Attends CB9’s Senior Meeting

Senator Jeff Klein attended a recent Community Board 9 Senior Connected meeting. Read more…
Cardinal Spellman High School’s Pilots competed in this year’s CSHS playoffs! Read more…
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