Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014

Bronx Times Reporter

BID shows off Stadium area to developers

Urban Land Institute students visited E. 161st Street to learn more about its growth potential. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

St. Barnabas Hospital first in Bronx to be RIVA equipped

St. Barnabas introduces Robotic IV Automation, a pharmacy delivery system that prepares medications and prescriptions for patients. Read more…

Liberty Democratic Association’s 7th annual awards dinner

A host of community and political leaders were honored at the Liberty Democratic Association dinner. Read more…

Friday, Oct. 24, 2014

Westchester Square

New York Public Library and Huntington in negotiations for land for the new Westchester Square library

A new library for Westchester Square may soon be a reality. Read more…
Throggs Neck

Amalgamated Bank welcomes an ols friend

A local resident has seen her banking career go full circle. Read more…
Crotona Park East

The Mary Mitchell Family and Youth Center’s Youth Council Walk for Health

Youth council paves the way for Bronx residents to make healthier life-style choices. Read more…
Westchester Square

Halloween arts and crafts workshop held

An arts and crafts workshop was held at the Huntington Free Library. Read more…

Local cancer support group holds fundraiser tag sale

Circle of Love held a tag sale to raise money for cancer research. Read more…

Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014

Co-op City

Borough President Diaz seals deal to keep Barnes & Noble at Bay Plaza after it was slated to close

Barnes & Noble in Bay Plaza may have been slated to close, but a borough elected official got it to stay put after all. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Montefiore is Ebola ready as Governor Cuomo’s administration selects them to deal with any potential local cases

New York State is not taking any chances when it comes to Ebola. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Around Town: News from your neighbors

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

Bronx cancer walk held at Orchard Beach

Thousands of breast cancer survivors, along with family and friends, walked for a cancer cure last Sunday. Read more…
Pelham Bay

Summer readers honored

A group of summer readers were given NYS Assembly certificates for reading 10 or more books. Read more…

Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014

Bronx Times Reporter

The Bronx’ rich history displayed at NYC Department of Records exhibit

Discover the borough’’s rich history at Bronx Centennial exhibit. Read more…
Morris Heights

Speed limit drops to 25 miles per hour

The NYC Council has approved a bill to lower the city arterial roads speed limit to 25 miles per hour unless otherwise stated. Read more…

Borough President Diaz held a celebration for Italian-American Heritage and Culture Month

The Bronx borough president recognized several Italian-Americans at his Italian Heritage event. Read more…
University Heights

Bronx’s 100th Anniversary Celebrated at Bronx Community College

The rich history of the Bronx was celebrated at Bronx Community College’s centennial celebration. Read more…

Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014

Pelham Bay

Community Board 10 requests two dedicated Parks Enforcement Police officers for Pelham Bay Park

Community Board 10 is increasing its effort to obtain two more permanent PEP police. Read more…
Morris Park

Gio Venuto Band plays post-Bronx Columbus Day Parade

After the Bronx Columbus Day Parade wrapped up, the party continued at Loreto Park, where the Gio Venuto Band entertained the parade-goers. Read more…

Monday, Oct. 20, 2014


New Bronx center only treats male medical issues

St. Barnabas Hospital has opened a clinic devoted to male health issues. Read more…
Pelham Parkway

Lifelong dream pursued at 71

After a career as a postal worker, a Morris Park resident has returned to his passion - art. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Thousands of people came out to witness the Bronx Columbus Day Parade

Marching bands, floats and every local school participated in this year’s Bronx Columbus Day Parade. Read more…

Sunday, Oct. 19, 2014

Grand Concourse

Residential development begins near Yankee Stadium

A developer is finally taking advantage of a rezoned parcel just blocks south of Yankee Stadium. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Italian Heritage Month celebrated by the Bronx Chamber

A group of Italian business owners were recognized for their contributions to Italian heritage. Read more…

Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014

Westchester Square

Senator Klein honors Hispanic leaders

Senator Jeff Klein honored several individuals for their contributions to Hispanic heritage. Read more…

Friday, Oct. 17, 2014

Bronx Times Reporter

Senator Klein, Borough President Diaz, and Bronx Chamber of Commerce expand Bronx H.I.R.E. program to help domestic violence survivors gain skills and obtain employment

H.I.R.E has launched an initiative to help victims of domestic violence become financially independent from their abusive spouses. Read more…
Hunts Point

Hunts Point market celebrates at tent party

The annual Hunts Point Cooperative Market Tent Party was held. Read more…
Throggs Neck

Monsignor Scanlan and St. Helena high schools 65th Anniversary celebration

Monsignor Scanlan and St. Helena high schools welcomed back almums during the school’s 65th anniversary. Read more…

Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014

City Island

Hart Island park proposal gains support locally as City Island Civic Association not opposed to idea

The City Island Civic Association is not opposed to an idea to make Hart Island in Long Island Sound a park. Read more…
Throggs Neck

Throggs Neck Halloween Parade and fest fun for all families on Saturday, Oct. 25

The Throggs Neck Halloween Parade, a local tradition, is expected to be bigger and better than ever. Read more…
Morris Park

A Bronx tradition marches up Morris Park Avenue

Over 50 bands, schools and civic organizations took part in the 38th annual Bronx Columbus Day Parade. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Senator Gustavo Rivera names new chief-of-staff

Bronx native Katrina Asante is running Senator Gustavo Rivera’s operations in the 33rd Senate district. Read more…
Pelham Parkway

Hispanic heritage was celebrated on Pelham Parkway

Hispanic heritage was celebrated on Pelham Parkway through food and song. Read more…

Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014

Throggs Neck

Brush Avenue residents tired of HO Penn abuses

A large equipement repair shop is causing havoc on Brush Avenue. Read more…

NY Knick legend conducts basketball clinic

NY Knick legend John Starks attended Mount St. Michael’s Fitness Challenge. Read more…

Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014


Assemblyman Victor Pichardo squeaks by challenger Hector Ramirez once again after count of paper ballots in 86th Assembly District

After all the ballots were counted it was announced that the incumbent sqeaked by his primary challenger by 2 votes. Read more…

SSG Victor Munoz engages in Army’s ‘Best Warrior Competition’

Bronx-born soldier SSG Victor Munoz is competing for Army’s Best Warrior title. Read more…

Job fair held in 12th Council District

Councilman Andy King sponsored a job fair for his constituents. Read more…

Monday, Oct. 13, 2014


Bronx Neighbors: Frank Palombo

A former employee of the borough president’s office is displaying his artworks for Italian Heritage Month. Read more…
Morris Park

St. Francis Xavier Church rosary march

Carrying a large replica of Rosary beads, the St. Francis Xavier parishioners marched through Morris Park. Read more…

Sunday, Oct. 12, 2014


Cravings put on hold as White Castle on Bruckner is renovated

The White Castle on Bruckner Boulevard will be closed for several months to undergo customer-friendly renovations. Read more…
Grand Concourse

Bronx Community College holds borough’s Centennial Ceremony

The Bronx celebrated its centennial at Bronx Community College. Read more…
Mott Haven

Award-winning South Bronx restaurant creates new weekly ‘brunch party series’

A new trendy brunch has been introduced at Charlie’s Bar & Grill. Read more…

Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014

Throggs Neck

Calvary Hospital employees strengthen bond

Calvary Hospital employees enjoyed a couple of softball games while building closer ties with one another. Read more…

Fordham BID’s Fever Friday Food Festival

A food festival was sponsored by the Fordham Road Business Improvement District. Read more…
Country Club

Country Club Civic Association Board Sworn-in by Judge John Barone

A new slate of officers were sworn in at the last Country Club Civic Association meeting. Read more…

Friday, Oct. 10, 2014

Bronx Times Reporter

Citizens, Elected applaud Department of Buildings Stop Work Order at the construction of a new Days Inn

A protest continues in Castle Hill to stop a proposed 60-unit hotel. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Around Town: News from your neighbors

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

Volunteers and community cleanup Claremont Park

Families had a funfilled day during a team cleanup of Claremont Park. Read more…
Throggs Neck

Animal blessings at First Lutheran

First Lutheran and NYC Top Dog partnered for an animal blessing. Read more…

Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014

Co-op City

More police for holiday shopping

The 45th Precinct has allocated additional police patrols for the holidays. Read more…
Morris Park

Monte touts ER improvements at Weiler Hospital

Nurses say more is needed to correct Weiler Hospital’s slow emergency room. Read more…

Bronx River Ramble highlights the river’s past

The Bronx River’s illustrious past will come to life at the last Ramble of the year. Read more…

Gun Hill Brewing Company to host Home Movie Night

Your favorite home movies can be shown at the Gun Hill Brewing Company. Read more…
Pelham Bay

Rally held outside Pelham Grand building in Pelham Bay

Protesters continue to express their diapproval with the current use of the Pelham Grand. Read more…
Spencer Estate

Italian Night at St. Benedict’s

St. Benedict’s celebrated Italian Heritage Month with a Carnavale Night. Read more…

Wednesday, Oct. 8, 2014


Community service project tackles school’s garden

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel’s school garden was re-planted as part of a Confirmation project. Read more…

Not a shred of evidence left for identity thieves to steal

The importance of shredding personal documents was demonstrated by Congressman Joseph Crowley. Read more…

Monday, Oct. 6, 2014

Throggs Neck

Euro specialty deli opens in Throggs Neck

A deli featuring Polish, Turkish and German cuisine held a ribbon cutting. Read more…

Saturday, Oct. 4, 2014

Pelham Bay

Parents Guild sponsors Back-to-School BBQ

Students enjoyed games and treats at Our Lady of Assumption School’s BBQ. Read more…
West Farms

Community remembers Civil War veterans

The veterns interred in the cemetary in Old West Farms were remembered during a wreath laying ceremony. Read more…

Friday, Oct. 3, 2014

Pelham Bay

Gardeners pick up some juicy plantings

A local community organization distributed fruit trees to local residents. Read more…

Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014


‘Stand Up To Violence’ rally protests shooting in Allerton

No gun-violation retaliation march held in Allerton. Read more…

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