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Monday, May 25, 2015

Throggs Neck

Food carts invade Throggs Neck

The recent emergence of food cart vendors in neighborhoods like Throggs Neck and Pelham Bay have many local elected officials and merchants demanding for immediate action to address this growing concern. Read more…
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Annual Bronx Ball held at Orchard Beach

The annual Bronx Ball was held at Orchard Beach. Read more…

Sunday, May 24, 2015

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Bioswales to divert CB10, 11 rainwater

The NYC Department of Environmental Protection will bring green infrastructure to the Westchester Creek watershed. Read more…
Morris Park

Veterans reading and discussion series’ finale set

‘Standing Down: From Warrior to Civilian’, a reading and discussion series for veterans, will host its final session on Monday, June 1 at Morris Park Library. Read more…
Throggs Neck

Trump Links at Ferry Point host City Parks Foundation fundraiser

The City Parks Foundation held a star-studded golf fundraiser at the Trump Links at Ferry Point. Read more…
Pelham Bay

Klein Hosts Spring Children’s Festival

On Saturday, May 16, Senator Jeff Klein along with nearly 200 children and families joined in celebrating his annual spring children’s festival at St. Theresa School. Read more…

Saturday, May 23, 2015

Pelham Parkway

Barbecuers not welcome on Parkway

Local leaders are holding the parks department’s feet to the fire over the issue of illegal barbecuing. Read more…
Pelham Parkway

Trainer hosting bootcamp exercise classes

Mary Solis, a certified fitness trainer born and raised in the Bronx, is holding bootcamp exercise classes in Pelham Bay Park during the spring and summer months. Read more…
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Federal agents seize 154 pounds of heroin in Riverdale

A major drug bust in the Bronx was announced Tuesday, with a street value of $50 million. Read more…
Throggs Neck

BBC Galaxee reopens shop

The Throggs Neck sports memorabilia shop celebrated its return. Read more…
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P.S. 14’s Once Upon A Raffle Gala

On Thursday, May 14, P.S. 14 held its Once Upon a Raffle Gala at Maestro’s. Read more…

Friday, May 22, 2015

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Bronx mortuary workers transferred

If you never had the opportunity to visit Queens or Manhattan during your lifetime, you may get your chance to do so after death. Read more…

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Throggs Neck

Concern over East Tremont Avenue traffic calming plan in Waterbury-LaSalle

There is a disagreement brewing over a Department of Transportation plan to tame a curving stretch of East Tremont Avenue in Waterbury-LaSalle. Read more…
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BronxWeek ends with parade

Thousands of Bronxites gathered for the event on Mosholu Parkway. Read more…
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Around Town: News from your neighbors

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

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Van Nest

Train theme for new Van Nest Park

The Parks Department held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Van Nest Playground. Read more…
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Hunts Point warehouse allegedly used by international drug ring

On Thursday, May 7, three Queens family members and an Italian citizen were charged with conspiracy to import cocaine into the U.S. and allegedly used a Hunts Point produce warehouse in connection with their illegal operation. Read more…

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Throggs Neck

Throggs Neck Merchants Street Fair on May 30th

Event sponsers say the annual Throggs Neck Sidewalk Fair is expected by many to be fun for the whole family once again this year. Read more…
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Community Board 9 names two finalists in district manager search

The search for a new district manager for the borough’s most populous community board has come down to two candidates. Read more…

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

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First Reel Bronx Film Fest to bring glitz to borough

A bit of Hollywood glamour is coming to Throggs Neck in a film festival scheduled for a weekend in May. Read more…
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Orrico sends Preston to final in grand fashion

Julianna Orrico didn’t want to jinx it while letting her mind consider the possibilities as she stepped to the plate with the bases loaded. A grand slam, wouldn’t that be something? Read more…
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McNamara pitches Fordham Prep to eighth straight win

The Rams are rolling. Read more…

Monday, May 18, 2015

Westchester Square

Westchester Square welcomes security cameras

Assemblyman Michael Benedetto secured a grant for the system. Read more…
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Bronx high school twins win $30,000 in culinary scholarships

On Friday, April 17, Bronx twins, Amia and Araina Chase took home approximately $30,000 in college scholarships following their victory in Careers Through Culinary Arts Program’s Cooking Competition. Read more…
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Birds Take Flight at Bronx Zoo

On Saturday, May 9, the Bronx Zoo hosted ‘Birds in Flight’, a free-flight bird show as part of May’s Migration Month activities. Read more…
Throggs Neck

2nd annual Global Citizenship Gala held by Lehman

Lehman College held their 2nd annual Global Citizenship Gala at Villa Barone Manor last week. Read more…

Sunday, May 17, 2015

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$12 million pedestrian bridge in Van Cortlandt Park to be built

Construction on a long-awaited pedestrian bridge connecting east and west sides of Van Cortlandt Park is coming soon. Read more…
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East Bronx Traffic Coalition calls for further study of local roads

A coalition of residents is making its own pitch for further study of major east Bronx roads. Read more…
Pelham Bay

Change iWear opens on Crosby Avenue

The eyeglass store plans to donate a percentage of profits to education. Read more…
Pelham Bay

CB 10 hosts Healthy Lifestyles Challenge

Community Board 10 hosted a Healthy Lifestyles Challenge in Pelham Bay Park to encourage activity and exercise amongst those in attendance. Read more…

Saturday, May 16, 2015

Throggs Neck

Klein announces ‘Call for Caddies’ for TN Houses teens

On Thursday, April 30, Senator Jeff Klein announced ‘Call for Caddies,’ an initiative to connect Throggs Neck Houses teens with caddy positions offered at Ferry Point Park’s Trump Golf Links. Read more…
Throggs Neck

Fundraiser to be held for victims of East Tremont fire

The Tasty Ladies of NY will hold a fire relief event at the Locust Point Civic Center in late June to raise funds for the free families that were displaced as a result of a house fire at 3550 East Tremont Avenue. Read more…
Ferry Point Park

Bronx Chamber hosts golf outing

The event benefitted the Bronx YMCA. Read more…
Castle Hill

Petting Zoo at St. Raymond’s

Elementary school students got up close and personal with the animals. Read more…

Friday, May 15, 2015

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Police arrest two in connection with 2013 mob hit

Police have arrested and charged two men in connection with the 2013 mob execution style shooting murder of Michael Meldish, a well-known mob hit man and co-leader of the infamous ‘Purple Gang’. Read more…
Throggs Neck

Bankers breakfast hosted at Villa Barone Manor

Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. hosted the 17th annual Bronx Bankers Breakfast with the New York Business Initiative Corporation. Read more…
Country Club

Flag Donated to Sisters Servants of Mary

On Friday, May 8, American Legion Post 19 donated a flag to the Sisters Servants of Mary. Read more…
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Around Town: News from your neighbors

Check out the latest announcements from Around Town. Read more…
Morris Park

Morris Park Community Association re-elects its president Tony Signorile

The Morris Park Community Association held the election for president of the organization on Wednesday, May 13 Read more…

Thursday, May 14, 2015

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Justo pitches Monroe over rival George Washington

James Monroe didn’t try to fool itself by calling its matchup with George Washington just another game. Read more…
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Gillen’s blast powers Fordham to third straight Atlantic-10 crown

Rachel Gillen put the exclamation point on her playoff performance and another conference title for Fordham University. Read more…

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Throggs Neck

Wilcox Avenue fire tears families apart

On the evening of Monday, May 4, a fire tore through two Throggs Neck families’ childhood home and has left them displaced. Read more…

Monday, May 11, 2015

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Street named for activist, Margaret Mack

West Mosholu Parkway South at Jerome Avenue was named the “Margaret Mack Triangle” in honor of the community activist. Read more…

Thursday, May 7, 2015

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Wings penalized for playing in Dick’s Nationals

The Wings athletic programs could be shut out of interstate competition next year as punishment for its participation in the Dick’s High School Nationals Tournament — and school officials say the league didn’t warn them about those consequences before the event. Read more…

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