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South Bronx students occupying themselves while quarantined

As South Bronx parents prepared for their children to stay home at least another two weeks following Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s...

Covid-19 disrupts the food chain

Covid-19 has created an environment similar to a war zone at one Mott Haven CTown Supermarket, according to manager and...

Hunts Point misses out on Citi Bike’s next wave of expansion

New York City has pumped the brakes on life as usual, in an effort to curb the spread of Covid-19....

Radical Health wants to answer your coronavirus questions 

Many Mott Haven residents have valid concerns surrounding COVID-19, and Radical Health is ready to hear from them.   Radical Health...

Andrew Yang pledges $1 million in coronavirus relief to the Bronx

Former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang is bringing some financial relief to the Bronx and beyond. Yang announced that he...

Coronavirus testing stations in Bronx identified

Lincoln and Jacobi Hospitals and two community-based health centers in the Bronx have been identified as coronavirus testing sites by...

Elected officials consider ways to lighten Covid-19’s heavy load

Food distribution market workers are equivalent of 'first responders,' says councilman Elected officials are weighing in on ways to ease...

Business alliance seeks help from city and state

With the coronavirus causing layoffs and putting the survival of small Bronx businesses at risk, the Bronx Chamber of Commerce...

Ritchie Torres tests positive for Covid-19

The virus sending panic across the globe has made its mark on the Bronx political scene. City Councilman Ritchie Torres...

Bodega managers are happy to change the menu

For years, if South Bronx shoppers went to their local bodega hoping to find fresh greens, they typically came away...

Coronavirus takes toll on local restaurants

La Morada, the Mexican restaurant in Mott Haven known for its award-winning tacos has seen a lag in business since...

Troubling Waters: Swim team fights for pool hours

Indoor swimming pools are a luxury this time of year, especially if you live in the Bronx. The borough doesn't...

Coronavirus fears alter political campaign strategies

Candidates in the race for Congress in the South Bronx are shifting  the way they run for office, amid fears...

Virus hampers efforts at full census count

Isha Sumner was confronted with something she didn’t expect on Thursday: silence. As a local Census 2020 manager, Sumner expected...

Local businesses start to feel the coronavirus pinch

Johnny Sanchez of the 1800fix.com cell phone repair shop on Third Avenue, says COVID-19 isn’t something he hears people worrying...

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