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Diversity

Christian Federation Ministries’ Black History Month Event

Christian Federation Ministries hosted its Black History PanAm American Celebration on Sunday, February 24 at 3065 E. 157th Street. Read more…
Health

North Central Bronx Hospital Legislative Forum

North Central Bronx Hospital hosted its inaugural Community Advisory Board sponsored Legislative Forum on Friday, February 22. Read more…
Assemblyman Michael Benedetto hosted his annual Black History Month Luncheon on Wednesday, February 20 in Co-op City. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

WHEDco Hosts Bronx Small Business Fair

Bronx Times Reporter

WHEDco Hosts Bronx Small Business Fair

More than 70 aspiring business owners attended WHEDco’s Bronx Small Business Resource Fair on Tuesday, February 26. Read more…
Diversity

Serranos Celebrate Black History Month

Diversity

Serranos Celebrate Black History Month

Congressman Jose Serrano and Senator Jose Serrano co-hosted their annual Black History Month Celebration at Hostos Community College. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Burke’s Brain Bee Student Winners

Ambitious high school students who aspire to careers as brain surgeons or neuroscience researchers showcased their skills at the event, which Burke hosts as one of its initiatives to foster the next generation of neuroscientists. Read more…
Sponsored by McDonald’s NY Tri-State Owner/Operators, The Faces of Black History Tour is a free performance consisting of a four-member cast that travels to local schools to teach children abou the influential figures of black history through music. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

FDNY Captains Celebrate 40 Years of Service

All three of them have over 40 years on the job. Read more…
Councilman Rafael Salamanca recently toured the Bronx Studio School for Writers and Artists. Read more…
Borough-wide

Woodlawn Taxpayers concerned about 18-wheeler parking

Leaders in one borough community are dealing with an illegal parking problem of titanic proportions. Read more…
A Democracy in Action Town Hall was held at Rambling House. Read more…
Education

Crotona Intern’l HS Student Film Series

Education

Crotona Intern’l HS Student Film Series

The Crotona International High School student film series showcased eight student films. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

YK&Q Chess Club Celebrate Victory

Bronx Times Reporter

YK&Q Chess Club Celebrate Victory

Young Kings and Queens Chess Club and Mentoring program held a chess tournament and victory party for youth this President’s Day, Read more…
Education

St. Jemuel Group Family Day Care Reopens

Education

St. Jemuel Group Family Day Care Reopens

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held for the recently renovated St. Jemuel’s Group Family Day Care on Saturday, February 23 at 2836 Webb Avenue. Read more…
Williamsbridge NAACP Early Childhood Education Center students and teachers learned about Black History Month on Thursday, February 28. Read more…
Residents at a building are making progress in working with their landlord to rectify quality-of-life and safety concerns. Read more…
Business

Dime Community Bank’s Homebuyers Expo

Business

Dime Community Bank’s Homebuyers Expo

Dime Community Bank hosted its Dime Homebuyers Expo on Saturday, March 2 at Dime Community Bank - Soundview Branch. Read more…
Food

Plant Pure Communities Honors Neerob Restaurant

Neerob became the first PPC certified restaurant in the Bronx. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

AARP Members Urge NYS Legislators To Help

Bronx Times Reporter

AARP Members Urge NYS Legislators To Help

Approximately 40 Bronx AARP volunteers traveled by bus to Albany on Wednesday, February 27 to urge state legislators to support four key initiatives in the state budge due on Monday, April 1. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Bronx Summer Camp Expo

Bronx Times Reporter

Bronx Summer Camp Expo

The inaugural Bronx Summer Camp Expo was held on Saturday, February 23. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Business Intelligence Group Honors Center Health Care

Business Intelligence Group presented Center Health Care a prestigious award. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Salamanca Feeds & Clothes Community

Bronx Times Reporter

Salamanca Feeds & Clothes Community

Councilman Rafael Salamanca joined the National Latino Peace Officers Association and 40th Precinct Community Council for their local soup kitchen and coat drive. Read more…
A group of concerned parishioners are at odds with their pastor concerning a lack of transparency. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Renovated Little Claremont Playground reopens

A beloved Claremont park has reopened following a nearly two year long reconstruction project. Read more…
Health

EmblemHealth Opens In Longwood

The affiliation and new offices extend the reach of EmblemHealth to its members as well as other community members in the Bronx. Read more…
Parks

Aqueduct Walk Park Envisioning Meeting

An Aqueduct Walk Park Envisioning Meeting was held on Tuesday, February 26. Read more…
Community Service

‘Junior’ Street Co-Naming Ceremony

Community Service

‘Junior’ Street Co-Naming Ceremony

The street co-naming will honor Junior’s legacy and the impact he had on thousands of lives. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Adam Houses Host Black History Month Celebration

Bronx Times Reporter

Adam Houses Host Black History Month Celebration

Councilman Rafael Salamanca joined John Adam Houses tenants for their annual Black History Month Celebration. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Police Blotter

Police reports around the borough. Read more…
Community Service

Justice for Junior: Street renamed for Guzman-Feliz

Community Service

Justice for Junior: Street renamed for Guzman-Feliz

He’s become immortalized in the Bronx. Read more…
The borough president saluted several local leaders at his annual cultural celebration. Read more…
Despite the frigid winter weather, local elected officials and community leaders enjoyed an evening of friendship and entertainment. Read more…
Bronx music lovers were in for a treat when they attended Momma’s Hip Hop Kitchen’s ‘Do What You Love, Love What You Do’ Women/Young Girls in Hip Hop Empowerment Concert. Read more…
Health

Women’s Bar Association Goes Red For Heart Health Month

An event raised awareness of the #1 killer of American women. Read more…
Diversity

NYBG Commemorates Black History Month

Diversity

NYBG Commemorates Black History Month

The New York Botanical Garden celebrated African American leaders and culture! 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

How the Amazon deal would have benefited the Bronx

“It cost jobs, not just jobs but what would have likley been Bronx jobs too.” Read more…
Real Estate

Mott Haven historic district of townhouses celebrates golden anniversary

A historic district of town houses and classic buildings is celebrating its golden anniversary. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Bronx Native appears on Viceland show ‘Hustle’

Bronx Times Reporter

Bronx Native appears on Viceland show ‘Hustle’

The Bronx is broadcasing. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Ridgewood Savings Bank offering free tax preparation

Bronx Times Reporter

Ridgewood Savings Bank offering free tax preparation

Ridgewood Savings Bank is offering free tax preparation services at Bronx branches. Read more…
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