A local drug rehabilitation program and the shelters it ran are the target of a recent sting by the AG’s office. Although the patients who use Narco Freedom’s services say it’s about time, they’re worried about what comes next.
Residents from several Mott Haven NYCHA complexes vented their frustrations over dismal living conditions and slow service to a high-ranking housing official at a March 16 meeting at Millbrook Houses.
The owners of a popular Mott Haven restaurant are hopeful the President’s plan to help undocumented immigrants will be enacted.
The legendary Melrose advocacy group, Nos Quedamos, says it’s time to harness the neighborhood’s community gardens and use them for the good of all residents.
A small amount of city funding to fix a playground at St. Mary’s Park has opened up a conversation about fixing the South Bronx’s biggest park, for the first time in years.
Hugs, tears, and stories were shared at The Bronx Documentary Center in Melrose in March, as anti-violence advocates hosted “A Night of Remembrance,” in honor of loved ones lost to gun violence.
Four startups shared their vision for the future of the South Bronx’s suddenly growing tech industry.
SoBRO receives federal grant to work with community to plan for cleanup and development of the Bronx River-Sheridan Expressway Corridor.
Volunteers from several local and citywide organizations will help organize this year’s event.
The top executives of a prominent, Mott Haven-based drug rehab and transitional housing network are under indictment for bilking nearly $30 million from Medicaid.
Canvassers sought for participatory budgeting door-to-door work.
Elderly churchgoers at a Mott Haven church slated for closure say its disappearance would hurt the community.