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Monday, July 2, 2012

Grand Concourse

‘New Roots’ garden opens

Refugees and local community members are putting down new roots in the south Bronx - green ones. Read more…

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Soundview

Soundview Park will see $15 million upgrade

Soundview Park is getting $15 million in new amenities promising to make it into a well-resourced regional park. Read more…
Pelham Bay

Nabes want brakes put on o’nite truck parking

They’re back! Read more…
Pelham Bay

Historic Orchard Beach Bathhouse crumbling

The fabled Orchard Beach bathhouse, victim to years of salt water in the air and “benign neglect,” is crumbling. Read more…
Pelham Bay

It’ll be a blast at Orchard Beach Friday night

The annual pre-Fourth of July fireworks extravaganza at Orchard Beach aims to be a blast again this year. Read more…

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Pelham Parkway

Joe knows the White Plains BID

Joe Thompson is a machine. Read more…
Fordham

New trash cans placed along Fordham Road

Can it. Read more…

Monday, June 25, 2012

Borough-wide

Voters head to polls in congressional primary contest

There’ll be two congressional primary races in the Bronx when voters go to the polls on Tuesday. Read more…
Pelham Bay

MTA addresses problems with late express buses in Throggs Neck and Pelham Bay

After weeks of waiting, the Metro Transit Authority has finally addressed the late express buses running in Pelham Bay and Throggs Neck. Read more…
Throggs Neck

Preston Center of Compassion honors Councilman Jimmy Vacca for years of service

Preston Center of Compassion’s Senior Run Program is empowering seniors to get active in their community. Read more…

Sunday, June 24, 2012

Throggs Neck

Silver Beach, Edgewater get mortgage relief

They may be great places to live, but up to now, tough places to get a mortgage. Read more…
Pelham Parkway

Brazen cell phone thieves still on the run 

As cops scramble to find the stick-up men responsible for a daring daylight truck robbery of smartphones, students at Columbus High School are still hung up over their cell phone loss. Read more…

Saturday, June 23, 2012

Pelham Bay

With anti-graffiti programs seldom, Waterbury-Lasalle on its own

Graffiti is leaving its ugly mark on this east Bronx neighborhood - from the top of apartment buildings, on mail boxes and small businesses like Zeppieri’s Bakery. Read more…
Morrisania

Claremont program helps young fathers

Hopefully, they had a great Father’s Day. Read more…
Van Cortlandt Village

Centenarian’s Celebrated

Joseph Cunningham has lived on this earth for a century. Read more…

Friday, June 22, 2012

Melrose

Ribbon-cutting for innovative Via Verde development

Anything new in the rebuilding of the south Bronx in past years might have looked like a diamond in the rough. Read more…
Pelham Bay

Rent increase, a pain in their gas

No gas for three months? Tough. Read more…

Thursday, June 21, 2012

Pelham Parkway

HUNT GRANNY KILLER

The 88-year-old grandmother slain in her Pelham Parkway Houses apartment last week was caught on videotape shortly before she was bludgeoned to death. Read more…
Borough-wide

Bronx with high rate of minority stops in city: report

As controversy rages over Police Commissioner Ray Kelly’s Stop-and-Frisk program, the Bronx was close to the top in numbers last year. Read more…

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