Articles by: The Bronx Chronicle

Bronx D.A. Cases of Interest for the Week of October 27 2014

Bronx D.A. Cases of Interest for the Week of October 27 2014

The Bronx Chronicle continues providing the public service of widespread access to “The Cases Of Interest” by the Bronx District Attorney’s office. Every week we are providing a PDF download of case information. You can download this week’s cases information at the […]

by · October 28, 2014 · Bulletin Board, Law
Cut The Cable: Save $$$ And Still Watch TV? – Part II

Cut The Cable: Save $$$ And Still Watch TV? – Part II

Post by Columnist Anthony Rivieccio Well, after two weeks ago writing an article (Part 1) encouraging and sharing with you FREE internet sites to watch your: News, TV shows , Sports and Movies (of which makes up today’s TV); NOW, […]

by · October 22, 2014 · Editorials, Personal Finance
Bronx D.A.: The Cases Of Interest For The Week Of 10/20/14

Bronx D.A.: The Cases Of Interest For The Week Of 10/20/14

The Bronx Chronicle will now be providing the public service of widespread access to “The Cases Of Interest” by the Bronx District Attorney’s office. Every week we will be providing a PDF download of case information. You can download this […]

by · October 20, 2014 · Crime, Law
Women and Electoral Politics: Hillary and the Coming Discussions of Gender

Women and Electoral Politics: Hillary and the Coming Discussions of Gender

Post by Columnist Richard Brodsky Ideology and sincerity aside, everyone running for office in 2014 is in favor of women and the issues women are concerned about. There are historical reasons to cheer all this. American society didn’t permit political […]

by · October 18, 2014 · Editorials, Politics
Shooting interrupts Community Board 7 Meeting:  A Bad Sign

Shooting interrupts Community Board 7 Meeting: A Bad Sign

Milenia Marias “Gypsy Queen” reporting from the Northwest Bronx On Tuesday October 14, Community Board 7 had three separate community meetings. The budgeting meeting discussed the capital projects that the community considers most important; a sanitation meeting where individuals expressed […]

by · October 17, 2014 · Crime, Editorials, Local News
Financial Focus: If you’re over 50, you’re considered “scammable.”

Financial Focus: If you’re over 50, you’re considered “scammable.”

By contributor Anthony Rivieccio What is a Senior? When I was growing up, it was considered being in your 60’s! One day, many retailers, including AARP, said it was 50! And so do the con artists! So, in today’s wonderfully […]

by · October 15, 2014 · Editorials, Personal Finance
New Gjonaj-backed Supportive Housing Law In The Works

New Gjonaj-backed Supportive Housing Law In The Works

Milenia Marias “Gypsy Queen” reporting from the Northwest Bronx In the Bedford Park Community Association meeting, held every first Wednesday of the month at 400E Mosholu Parkway South, 80th District Assemblyman Mark Gjonaj announced an upcoming law outlining that every […]

by · October 9, 2014 · Local News, News
President Barack Obama

Obama And Syria: Learning the Lessons of Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan

Post by Columnist Richard Brodsky, used with permission. Hatred of Obama is masking the depth and significance of his decision to seek Congressional approval of military action against Syria. The puffery and screeching about toughness, coalitions, military tactics, credibility and […]

by · October 9, 2014 · Editorials, Politics
Cut the Cable – Save $2400 a year-and still watch TV?

Cut the Cable – Save $2400 a year-and still watch TV?

Post by Columnist Anthony Rivieccio Yes you can! And it is eas y, accessible and cheap to do. In full disclosure, I have not had cable in my home for at least 5 years. Why: 2 reasons. Firstly, with my […]

by · October 8, 2014 · Editorials, Personal Finance
New York Confronts the Immigration Mess: What Will Progressives Do?

New York Confronts the Immigration Mess: What Will Progressives Do?

Post by Columnist Richard Brodsky, used with permission. Much of the country, and most blue states, have experienced the immigration crisis from a distance. The red states of Arizona and Texas have been the situs of the actual crisis, most […]

by · October 7, 2014 · Editorials, Politics
Norwood Community On This Evening’s BronxTalk

Norwood Community On This Evening’s BronxTalk

Via BronxTalk: NORWOOD ON BRONXTALK – Tonight’s BronxTalk will take a close look at the Norwood community. We’ll have the editor of the Norwood News who will discuss a variety of subjects that have been covered in the paper and […]

The Bronx Leadership Team

By Columnist Lewis H. Goldstein The Bronx is lucky to have a team of legislators which is dedicated to our borough and to continue its renaissance of THE BRONX. Overall they are very hard working and dedicated to the needs […]

by · October 4, 2014 · Editorials, Politics
JOHN PHillips, noted animal rights activist and political pundit discussing the need to stop the abuse of Kapparot at a protest in Brooklyn.

Abuse of Animals in The Name of Religion?

By columnist Lewis H. Goldstein Jews all over the world are now recognizing the close of the New Year’s celebration, and the start of Yom Kippur, which is celebrated in many different ways across many communities. Many ultra-Orthodox here in […]

by · October 3, 2014 · Editorials, Religion
Bill de Blasio, Adam Smith and the Living Wage Movement

Bill de Blasio, Adam Smith and the Living Wage Movement

Post by Columnist Richard Brodsky, used with permission. “It is but equity that they who feed, clothe, and lodge the whole body of the people, should have such a share of the produce of their own labour as to be […]

by · October 3, 2014 · Business, Editorials, Politics
Missing Bronx Boy – Sgroilin Santana

Missing Bronx Boy – Sgroilin Santana

Police are searching for 11 year old Sgroilin Santana, who lives on Elliot Place near Grand Concourse, was last seen at his school around 7:30 a.m. Thursday, police said. Police describe him as Hispanic, about 5 feet tall and weighing […]

by · October 3, 2014 · Bulletin Board