Cold weather and snowy streets have made the days harder than usual for the city’s homeless, forcing many to seek refuge at shelters.
An exhibit of the work of Pulitzer-Prize winning photographer Stephanie Sinclair in Melrose highlights the stark realities faced by young women who are married off to much older men in countries around the world.
Program is staffed by reformed gang members who work to defuse tensions between rival gangs.
Over the objections of neighbors, local politicians and conservationists, one of the Bronx’s most beloved buildings – the historic General Post Office on E. 149th St. and Grand Concourse – is now officially for sale.
In its quest to relocate to the Bronx with millions of dollars in city and state tax breaks and subsidies, FreshDirect has spent freely on well-connected lobbyists and consultants, public records, other documents and interviews show.
After eight years of discussion and negotiation, the Bronx Children’s Museum has found a home on the banks of the Harlem River
A bulkhead on the shore of the Harlem River is crumbling into the water leaving about 100 yards of state-owned waterfront unprotected from high tides and future storms.
The city’s buildings department and landmarks commission are at loggerheads over the fate of the historic Castle on the Concourse.
Non-profit community organizations that offer services to South Bronx residents are encouraged to apply for funding from CITGO Petroleum Corporation’s charitable foundation, The Simón Bolívar Foundation. The foundation is accepting letters of interest for grants in the areas of education, environment, healthy living and arts and culture. Eligible non-profits can apply online by clicking on the […]
The owner of a Mott Haven tax preparation service was sentenced to six months in jail for falsifying tax returns for his corporate clients. Joseph Barrios Jr., 50, pled guilty on January 31 following a five-year investigation by the state’s Department of Taxation and Finance. Barrios, a New Jersey resident, owns JB Tax Inc., also […]
Hip-hop duo looks to take its act on the road.
For nearly 15 years, the city has planned to build a new bridge across the train tracks at East 153rd Street in Melrose. In that time, opposition has grown and the cost has ballooned.
Disgraced Assemblyman will be sentenced in May.