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Thursday, June 21, 2018

Bronx Times Reporter

BCHS Honors Councilman Gjonaj

A local councilman received a prestigious honor from the Bronx County Historical Society. Read more…
Education

Young K&Q Chess Club Builds Bridges

Education

Young K&Q Chess Club Builds Bridges

The Young Kings and Queens Chess Club held a friendly chess competition to help build bridges. Read more…

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Health

Bronx Center Residents Bowl For Dollars

Bronx Center residents enjoyed bowling for dollars on Monday, June 4. Read more…
Business

Food Bazaar Reopens At Bruckner Commons

Food Bazaar Supermarket celebrated its grand re-opening at 1630 Bruckner Boulevard! Read more…
Diversity

Holy Ramadan Iftar For All

The Bangladeshi American Community Council provided the community with some holiday cheer this Ramadan season. Read more…
Event

Monroe Campus honors longtime coach in field renaming

A weekend celebration honored a James Monroe High School coaching legend. Read more…

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Bronx Times Reporter

BronxWorks’ Youth Science Fair

BronxWorks held a STEAM Fair on Friday, June 1 for youth at their after school program at its Bronxchester and Third Avenue locations. Read more…
Community Service

Food Bank For New York City’s Million Meals Club

Food Bank for New York City honored several organizations that have contributed more than five million meals to needy New Yorkers. Read more…
Education

Holy Family Kids At Publishing Party

Holy Family School second graders enjoyed celebrating their class’ Publishing Party Spring 2018 event. Read more…
Event

Bronx Day Held At NYBG

Bronxites enjoyed some much needed fun in the sun at this year’s Bronx Day celebration on Saturday, June 9 at the New York Botanical Garden. Read more…
Borough-wide

29-year HIV AIDS survivor preaches on risk-taking

Ed Shaw was an average New Yorker; he lived in Manhattan, held a job and was very social. In 1988, Ed received the news that rocked him to his core and changed his life. Read more…
A local hospital honored a cross section of its workforce that it recruited to come to the United States and trained decades ago. Read more…

Monday, June 18, 2018

Event

Boy Scouts Golf Tourney At VCPk

The Boy Scouts hosted its sixth annual Boy Scout Golf Invitational at Van Cortlandt Golf Course Clubhouse. Read more…
Education

FDNY, DYCD Teach Fire Safety Lesson

Education

FDNY, DYCD Teach Fire Safety Lesson

The FDNY and Department of Youth and Community Development welcomed local students, ranging from kindergarten to eighth grade, to learn important fire safety tips. Read more…
Lincoln Hospital received a prestigious honor from the American Association for Physician Leadership. Read more…
Before there were talks of a jail, the NYPD tow pound in Mott Haven was being eyed for other purposes. Read more…

Sunday, June 17, 2018

Bronx Times Reporter

CNR School Of Nursing 40th Year

The College of New Rochelle’s School of Nursing and Healthcare Professions marked its 40th anniversary. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

King Intros Panic Buttons Legislation

Councilman Andy King introduced legislation to institute panic buttons for drivers of taxicabs, street hail liveries and for-hire vehicles, which would ensure the safety of livery drivers when confronted with an emergency. Read more…
Books

‘Sex Money Murder’ true-crime book released

An English-American journalist penned a book about how the crack epidemic rattled a borough community two decades ago. Read more…

Saturday, June 16, 2018

Bronx Times Reporter

45th Precinct Cop of the Month

Bronx Times Reporter

45th Precinct Cop of the Month

A police officer was honored at the 45th Precinct Community Council meeting on Thursday, June 7 as the precinct’s ‘cop of the month.’ Read more…
Education

Hayes Class Of 2018 Graduation

Education

Hayes Class Of 2018 Graduation

Congratulations to Cardinal Hayes High School’s Class of 2018 upon their graduation! Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Gjonaj Attends Intervention Site Opening

Councilman Mark Gjonaj recently attended the opening of the new GABI-Group Attachment Based Intervention Site in the North Bronx. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Police Blotter

The latest police reports and crime news from all across the Bronx. Read more…
Real Estate

Edenwald YMCA’s ULURP passes in record time

The Edenwald YMCA received a thumbs-up from the NYC Council. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

‘New York Salutes America’ on June 28th

The whole community is being invited to a fireworks show that has become a borough tradition at Orchard Beach. Read more…

Friday, June 15, 2018

The tenth annual Taino Awards sets apart those individuals who have served their community and have continued the tradition of restoring and preserving Taino culture. Read more…
Event

NYJTL Mayor’s Cup Finals A ‘Grand Slam’

Tennis fans and supporters enjoyed this year’s sports competition at Cary Leeds Tennis Center. Read more…
Crime

Police Investigate Fatal Shooting

Crime

Police Investigate Fatal Shooting

Police need your help solving a fatal late night shooting in Belmont. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Around Town: News from your neighbors

Bronx Times Reporter

Around Town: News from your neighbors

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

Sea of litter storms beach/Waves of disgusting debris spoils the ‘Bronx Riviera’

“Nobody throws anything away at the beach, people come, drink, eat and leave their garbage like a busboy is going to come pickup after them” Read more…

Thursday, June 14, 2018

Books

Author Reads To St. Helena Students

City Island author Elisa Huberman recently read her latest book ‘The Upsidedown Giraffe’ to the St. Helena School kindergarten, first and second-grade students. Read more…
Education

Smallest Mollusk Museum At Lincoln

Lincoln Hospital announced the temporary installation of what is being billed as the world’s ‘Smallest Mollusk Museum’ in the hospital’s front lobby. Read more…

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Bronx Times Reporter

Salamanca Tours Brooklyn Navy Yard

Bronx Times Reporter

Salamanca Tours Brooklyn Navy Yard

On a rainy morning, council members Rafael Salamanca, Stephen Levin and Majority Leader Laurie Cumbo toured the Brooklyn Navy Yard, learning about its past, present and future. Read more…
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