Articles by: David Greene

The driver jumped two lanes of traffic before jumping the curb and striking a pole on Jerome Avenue.--Photo by David Greene

Don’t Honey Me!

Don’t Honey Me! By David Greene An unidentified driver attempted to get the attention of a young woman he knew, when he lost control and struck a pole. The incident took place along Jerome Avenue and Mosholu Parkway on Thursday, […]

by · July 12, 2017 · Humor, News
Police Officer Wounded in Faile Street Confrontation

Police Officer Wounded in Faile Street Confrontation

Detectives investigate the second police officer shot in the line of duty in the Bronx in less that 72-hours. Two individuals were quickly taken into custody.

by · July 9, 2017 · Crime, News, Police Affairs
A small army of heavily armed officers and detectives investigate the assassination of police officer Miosotis Familia. Photo by 
Edwin Soto

Patrolwoman Executed in Fordham Heights; Gunman Shot Dead by Fellow Officers

Patrolwoman Executed in Fordham Heights; Gunman Shot Dead by Fellow Officers by David Greene A police officer was shot and mortally wounded inside a marked NYPD temporary command center, shot through a window by a gunman on the street. According […]

by · July 5, 2017 · News
Art in the Park Returns at Joyce Kilmer Park

Art in the Park Returns at Joyce Kilmer Park

Art in the Park Returns by David Greene The New York City Department of Parks and Recreation has teamed up with UNIQLO Global for another year of Art in the Parks. Local artists were given grants to produce art in […]

by · July 4, 2017 · Arts and Culture, Parks, Photos
Highbridge Gardens resident Wendy Samuel won the Water Bottle Challenge for saving $21.75 in loose change and was given a $20 gift card from Target. Photo courtesy of NYCHA on Instagram

NYCHA Brings Money Management to Public Housing in Pilot Program

NYCHA Brings Money Management to Public Housing in Pilot Program by David Greene The New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) has teamed up with the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs and the non-profit Urban Upbound, that will bring […]

Members of Community Board # 7 gather in front of rented tour bus that took members for a tour through the community. Photo by David Greene

COMMUNITY BOARD 7 TAKES NEIGHBORHOOD TOUR

COMMUNITY BOARD TAKES NEIGHBORHOOD TOUR…   For the third year in a row members of Community Board 7 took a daylong bus tour through the Norwood, Bedford Park and Kingsbridge communities on Saturday, June 3. Members visited Project Renewal Transitional […]

by · June 23, 2017 · Government, News, Planning and Zoning
Despite promoting a new comedy night, the Beso Lounge shut it's doors after throwing a farewell party at the club on Saturday, June 10. Photo by David Greene

Beso Closing Leaves Last Bar in Norwood

Beso Closing Leaves Last Bar in Norwood by David Greene The once Irish neighborhood of Norwood that had more that 20 bars that thrived along Bainbridge Avenue and East 204 Street in the mid 1990’s, is down to it’s last […]

by · June 21, 2017 · Local News, News
The name Fort Apache reportedly came from a cop answering the phone at the station-house used the tern in describing the police station as being under attack. Photo by David Greene

‘FORT APACHE’ COPS RECALL GOOD TIMES

‘Fort Apache’ Cops Recall Good Times During the Bad Old Days by David Greene   More than 100 former cops once stationed at the famed “Fort Apache” station-house on Simpson Street during the 1970’s, held their annual gathering as they […]

Despite promoting a new comedy night, the Beso Lounge shut it's doors after throwing a farewell party at the club on Saturday, June 10. Photo by David Greene

BESO LOUNGE CLOSING LEAVES LAST BAR IN NORWOOD

BESO CLOSING LEAVES LAST BAR IN NORWOOD¬†     The once Irish neighborhood of Norwood that had more that 20 bars that thrived along Bainbridge Avenue and East 204 Street in the mid 1990’s, is down to it’s last bar […]

by · June 20, 2017 · Entertainment, News
The FDNY responded to the blaze with a massive response of manpower, including units from as far away as Manhattan. Photo by David Greene

7 INJURED IN NORWOOD APARTMENT FIRE

7 Injured in Norwood Apartment Fire by David Greene Seven people were injured including four children, after a fast moving fire broke out in a six-story, non-fire proof building on Perry Avenue. A massive response by police and fire officials […]

by · June 20, 2017 · News
Groundbreaking Held for Fisher Houses at Bronx V.A. Hospital

Groundbreaking Held for Fisher Houses at Bronx V.A. Hospital

Groundbreaking Held for Fisher Houses at Bronx V.A. Hospital by David Greene Several hundred veterans and invited guests gathered under a tent to attend a groundbreaking for the new Fisher Houses that will be built on the grounds of the […]

by · June 16, 2017 · Housing, Veterans
Ft. Apache Cops Recall Good Times During the Bad Old Days

Ft. Apache Cops Recall Good Times During the Bad Old Days

Ft. Apache Cops Recall Good Times During the Bad Old Days by David Greene More than 100 former cops once stationed at the famed “Fort Apache” station-house on Simpson Street during the 1970’s, held their annual gathering as they reminisced […]

Longwood photographer Clarisel Gonzalez is interviewed next to some of her photographs featured in a new exhibit. Photo by David Greene

THE BRONX CAPTURED ON FILM

Some of the “Bronx Photographers” featured in a new photography exhibit at Metropolitan College. Photo by David Greene By David Greene   Photographer and organizer Walter Pofeldt is interviewed next to some of his work. Photo by David Greene A […]

Attempted Bank Robbery Latest Stick-up along Pelham Parkway

Attempted Bank Robbery Latest Stick-up along Pelham Parkway

Attempted Bank Robbery Latest Stick-up along Pelham Parkway by David Greene Police are still looking for the armed gunman who attempted to make an early withdrawal at a bank in the Pelham Parkway section. More than a week after police […]

by · June 11, 2017 · Crime, Local News
The large crowd gathered for the unveiling of a new street sign that honors Latin music star Prince Royce along the Grand Concourse.--Photo by David Greene

4 More Legends Added to Bronx Week’s Walk of Fame

4 More Legends Added to Bronx Week’s Walk of Fame by David Greene Ten days of Bronx Week festivities that kicked off on May 11 has culminated with four former Bronxites who were immortalized along the Bronx Walk of Fame […]

by · June 5, 2017 · News, Photos