Articles by: David Greene

WFUV Host Remembered After 40-Years Behind Microphone with “The Big Broadcast”

WFUV Host Remembered After 40-Years Behind Microphone with “The Big Broadcast”

WFUV Host Remembered After 40-Years Behind Microphone with “The Big Broadcast” by David Greene Fordham University radio station WFUV paid tribute to one of their own as the station paused to acknowledged the passing of Rich Conaty, the host of […]

by · January 23, 2017 · Local News, Media and Society, News
Gunfire Erupts in West Farms near Crotona Park Malls

Gunfire Erupts in West Farms near Crotona Park Malls

by David Greene A 22 year-old man in is recovering after being shot on Sunday, January 22, along Crotona Parkway in the West Farms section of the borough. Officers from the 48th Precinct were called to 2078 Crotona Parkway, between […]

by · January 23, 2017 · Crime, News
Officials Announce Reward, Lighting and Surveillance Improvements After West Farms Murder

Officials Announce Reward, Lighting and Surveillance Improvements After West Farms Murder

Officials Announce Reward, Lighting and Surveillance Improvements After West Farms Murder by David Greene A day after the mother of his four children was gunned down, the unintended victim caught between two teenagers, Angel Rosario, 51, met with a few […]

by · January 23, 2017 · Crime, Law, Local News
Police investigate the first of at least 28 separate paint-gun shooting's where marbles were used as projectiles on windows of roughly  --Photo by Socrates Palmer

NYPD Seeks Paintball Gunman Wanted in 28 Shooting Incidents Across Borough

by David Greene Police are looking for the trigger-happy gunman wanted for firing marbles from a paintball gun– wanted for at least 28 separate¬†incidents across the borough that took place during a non-stop 85-minute shooting spree. Officials at the NYPD […]

by · January 18, 2017 · Crime, Local News, News
NYPD Commissioner James O'Neil arrives at the Human Justice Summit at the Christian Fellowship Church in Williamsbridge.--Photo by David Greene

Police Commissioner, Brass Speak at Human Justice Summit in Williamsbridge

Police Commissioner, Brass Speak at Human Justice Summit in Williamsbridge by David Greene New York’s Police Commissioner James O’Neil joined his executive staff who participated in the daylong “Still We Rise” human justice summit, held on Wednesday, January 11 at […]

by · January 17, 2017 · Community Events, Crime, News
A pair of young girls enjoy the ride in Bronx Park at Lydig Avenue in the Allerton section.  Photo by Edwin Soto

STARTING TO LOOK ALOT LIKE WINTER — A Photo Essay

The first significant snowfall of the season dumped nearly 3 inches of snow on the Bronx during last weekend’s storm.

by · January 12, 2017 · Local News, News
Police investigate the crash that killed one man and injured five others outside a Boston Road driving school. Photo by Edwin Soto

Driver Charged in Fatal 3-Car Crash in Allerton

Police investigate the crash that killed one man and injured five others outside a Boston Road driving school.

by · January 9, 2017 · Local News, News
The unidentified driver of this red SUV says he attempted to avoid a head-on crash, when he crashed into the pizza shop. Photo by David Greene

Two Injured as SUV Slams into Pizza Shop in Spuyten Duyvil

Two Injured as SUV Slams into Pizza Shop in Spuyten Duyvil by David Greene Officials say two people suffered minor injuries after an out-of-control vehicle slammed into the store- front of a pizza shop in Spuyten Duyvil. Police, fire department […]

by · January 8, 2017 · Local News, News
A pair of uniformed officers sit outside the St. Phillip Neri Church in Bedford Park after ISIS encouraged supporters to attack U.S. churches. Photo by David Greene

NYPD REACTS TO ISIS THREAT TO LOCAL CHURCHES

NYPD REACTS TO ISIS THREAT TO LOCAL CHURCHES For years the NYPD has been stationed outside of Synagogues and Mosques during the holidays, but after a recent ISIS threat against thousands of Catholic churches in the United States, local police […]

by · January 8, 2017 · Crime, News
Members gave out dozens of gifts to residents of a nearby homeless shelter. Photo by David Greene

UNUSUAL SANTA SUITS

UNUSUAL SANTA SUITS — One last Christmas story Members of the FDNY’s Engine 48 and Ladder 56 took time out from their normal duties to bring the holidays to those less fortunate. The firefighter’s were spotted returning to their firehouse […]

Another surveillance photo shows the two suspects fleeing north on Bainbridge Avenue after the stick-up.  Photo courtesy of the NYPD

Manhunt Continues for Norwood Bodega Bandits

by David Greene Detectives continue to search for the two brazen bandits who robbed a deli at gunpoint in Norwood, clearing out the cash register of nearly $2,000. The NYPD has released surveillance photos and video of the incident that […]

by · January 8, 2017 · Crime, Local News, News
The used-clothing thief wheels away a shopping cart full of items that was headed to area churches and organizations. --Photo by David Greene

Brazen Used Clothing Bandit Strikes Again!

Brazen Used Clothing Bandit Strikes Again! by David Greene For the second time in three months a bandit who pillages through used clothing bins has again escaped with articles of clothing destined for the poor and destitute. The apparent homeless […]

by · January 7, 2017 · Local News, News
A Highway Patrol officer takes 3-D photos outside of the New York Botanical Gardens on December 8.--Photo by David Greene

Accident Follow-up at Botanical Garden

Follow-up Investigation at Botanical Garden? by David Greene The NYPD’s Highway Patrol was back on the scene of a fatal accident, possibly conducting a rare follow-up investigation. Inquiries were first made after members of the Crash Investigation Squad of the […]

by · January 5, 2017 · Local News, News
Unusual Santa Suits

Unusual Santa Suits

Unusual Santa Suits by David Greene Members of the FDNY’s Engine 48 / Ladder 56 took time out from their normal duties to bring the holidays to those less fortunate. The firefighter’s were spotted returning to their firehouse on Webster […]

by · January 1, 2017 · Community Events, Holidays, Local News
SUPPORTERS TURN OUT FOR FORMER COMMANDER KEITH WALTON

SUPPORTERS TURN OUT FOR FORMER COMMANDER KEITH WALTON

by David Greene Nearly two dozen community residents turned out to support NYPD Deputy Inspector Keith Walton, who was stripped of his gun, badge and command of the 49th Precinct, after a fellow officer claimed he sexually abused her at […]

by · December 20, 2016 · Crime, Criminal Justice and Courts, News