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A Mott Haven program attempts to reform non-violent offenders with lessons of trust and loyalty.
The historic Bronx Courthouse at the corner of Third Avenue and 161st Street will soon be empty no longer, as an entrepreneurial arts organization plans to move in later this year.
FreshDirect and its government backers celebrated the start of construction in Port Morris, but protesters remain hopeful the city and the state will withhold financing for the project.
Biking initiatives are taking hold in the Bronx, but while 65 miles of bike lanes were installed between 2007 and 2013, there is only one protected bike lane, outside the original greenway that winds through Bronx Park.
Yolanda Gonzalez, the former director of the Melrose-based community development organization Nos Quedamos, was convicted on Dec. 4 of grand larceny and tax fraud and sentenced to up to four-and-a-half years in prison.
As the city finalizes plans to move 40th Precinct headquarters from its longtime home on 138th Street, residents worry that the lack of police presence would leave that volatile area more vulnerable to crime.
A grand jury charged a 17-year-old for firing a .357 revolver into a crowd on Cypress Avenue and East 140th Street in Mott Haven on Dec. 20. Raymond Leonardo is charged with attempted murder and weapons possession for the incident. Additonal charges against the teen include attempted assault and reckless endangerment.
The art of beatboxing is thriving, according to the creators of a documentary that was recently screened at the Bronx Museum of the Arts.
St. Roch’s parishioners are deeply distraught that their church on Wales Avenue is slated to close , after the Archdiocese of New York announced the largest reorganization in its history.
A new city initiative to convert moribund pay phones into Internet kiosks has some local entrepreneurs excited with the possibilities.
For the lucky ones, broken elevators just add frustration to an already long day. But for the elderly or disabled, they can mean missed doctor’s appointments or cancelled meetings with social service providers.