Some public housing residents in Mott Haven are hoping a new greenhouse on the grounds of their complex will help transform a part of the neighborhood from a food desert to a hub of healthfulness.
The sound of salsa echoed through St. Mary’s Park, as hundreds listened to Dominican vocalist José Alberto, also known as “El Canario,” in helping to celebrate Fania Records’ 50th anniversary.
Residents at Moore Houses say an expensive program aimed to increase safety through the use of closed circuit cameras is burning a hole in taxpayers’ pockets.
In the heart of Port Morris’ industrial area, one company operates by an unusual business model to help it succeed.
The city’s parks department is about to relocate a key operation to Mott Haven, despite some residents’ concerns it could make the neighborhood’s notorious traffic problem worse.
City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito cut the ribbon on her new space at 214 St. Ann’s Avenue between East 137th and 138th streets, a half a block from NYCHA’s Millbrook Houses.
A father and his three sons are charged with luring Medicaid recipients to their Morris Avenue bodega, with promises of cash in exchange for prescription painkillers.
State Senator José Serrano’s staff will meet with constituents to discuss issues for seniors on Thursday, July 17 between 11:30 am to 2:30 p.m. at the Mitchel Houses Senior Center, 188 Lincoln Avenue between E. 136th & E. 138th streets.
Longwood Art Gallery and inClimate will hold the next PERCENT FOR GREEN event on Thursday, July 15 at on Tuesday between 2 nd 4 pm., The roundtable and workshop is organized by artist Alicia Grullón, as she aims to propose and then lobby to pass a Percent for Green bill to benefit Bronx residents through […]
State Senator José M. Serrano, who represents Mott Haven, Melrose and other parts of the Bronx and Manhattan, will meet with constituents at the Mott Haven Branch Library, 321 E. 140th St. at the corner of Alexander Avenue, between 4 and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, July 10. Senator Serrano’s office can be reached at 212-828-5829.
Whedco has said it will use the grant to bring new businesses to Southern Boulevard and Melrose. SoBRO says it will partner with businesses to shore up retailers’ facades on 139th St. and Third Avenue.
This year’s Summer Playstreets Program for children is scheduled to start on July 7 and will run through August 22. The program is free and available to all weekends between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.