Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2013

Pelham Bay

Keane Square Park benches gone

Now you see them, now you don’t. Read more…

Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013

Bronx Times Reporter

Spreading love throughout the borough

Love is in the air in the Bronx. Read more…
Throggs Neck

New and improved, a school lunchroom with diner-style flair

It’s been described as a shoebox, a school cafeteria so cramped it left little elbow room for students. Read more…

Monday, Feb. 11, 2013

Morris Park

Veteran auxiliary cop dies at 46

Scott Michael “Scotty” Giangregorio, a veteran NYPD auxiliary police Deputy Inspector and designated patriarch of the 49th Precinct volunteer unit, died Jan. 28 at Montefiore Medical Center from pneumonia. He was 46. Read more…
Locust Point

Locust Pt. filmmaker helms Sandy doc

Locust Point’s master of horror is tackling an even sinister monster - Mother Nature. Read more…

Sunday, Feb. 10, 2013

Throggs Neck

Grand Marshals, Honored Clergy selected for 15th Annual Throggs Neck St. Patrick’s Day Parade 

One considers himself American-Irish, the others Irish-American. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Bronx BIDs rise to challenge

Movie nights, websites and site studies are what’s in store for three Bronx business improvement districts. Read more…

Saturday, Feb. 9, 2013

Westchester Square

Merchants, workers brace for WSMC shut-down

Workers at Westchester Square Medical Center and local merchants are bracing to take an economic hit once it closes as an in-patient hospital. Read more…
Highbridge

CB4 chairman dies of heart attack

Bishop Wenzell Jackson, a Bronx preacher and community leader, died froma heart attack Feb. 5. He was 47. Read more…

Friday, Feb. 8, 2013

Bronx Times Reporter

Bronx remembers the mayor who saved it

Born in the borough he helped rebuild after the fires and destruction of the Seventies, former Mayor Ed Koch was remembered last week by a number of leading Bronxites after his passing. Read more…

Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013

Wakefield

Comptroller rejects $91 mil contract for Bronx homeless shelter; cites ‘possible fraud’

In a stunning move, city Comptroller John Liu rejected Friday a $91 million, 21-year contract for a controversial homeless shelter in Wakefield. Read more…
Melrose

Sale of Bronx GPO draws anger from pols/union

Bronx officials and postal union members gave their stamp of DISapproval this week to the proposed sale of the borough’s iconic main post office. Read more…
Boro Beat

New Council lines, Ed Koch and long knives....

That heated brawl over slicing E. Harlem’s 8th Council District in half and pushing it even further up into a mega-chunk of the South Bronx has been settled. Read more…

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