Workshops for children on the grounds of Mitchel Houses this summer helped keep kids active and engaged.
The Bronx Borough Democratic Committee has endorsed lawyer Marsha Michael, but former Obama operative Michael Blake has raised more money in next week’s primary for the 79th Assembly seat.
An incoming resident writes that “by kowtowing to Brooklyn demands while blowing off the same from the Bronx, it paints an ugly picture of how the Bronx waterfront is slated for industrial / commercial development – residents’ health be damned,” unlike Brooklyn.
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.
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.
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.
An exhibition featuring documentary photography and photojournalism by contemporary Bronx photographers will open at the Bronx Documentary Center on Friday, Sept. 5. The show is scheduled to run through October 12. The gallery at the documentary center is open to the public on Thursdays and Fridays from 3-7 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays from 1 -5 p.m. at […]
Documentary will be shown at Bronx Documentary Center in Melrose to raise funds for James Foley, the freelance journalist who was killed in Syria, and who once attended a course in reporter safety at the center.
Lincoln Medical Center is teaming with the Bronx Bombers to help immunize children and teens at Yankee Stadium on Wednesday, August 27. The 8th annual Back-to-School Immunization Campaign will be held between 10 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. at the stadium for kids ages 4-18.
For the third straight year students at a Port Morris elementary school who would otherwise be idle are getting a chance to improve their grades through fun activities. The children at PS 5 on Jackson Avenue are participating in New York City Summer Quest, a pilot program that aims to keep kids busy during the summer months. The city’s […]
Despite gloomy weather, Crotona Park was a bright rainbow hue for the Bronx LGBTQ Pride and Health Fair on July 19.