Waterbury Lasalle VENUE CHANGE FOR OUR NEXT MEETING! Please be advised that our next meeting, on November 14, 2013, will be at St. Benedict’s – Father Albert Hall (the red doors on Bruckner Blvd.). Our scheduled guest speaker will be […]
If there was only one way to describe Morris Park and its surrounding communities it would be family. Morris Park being the close knit family that it is cannot help itself but turn out for its members. On Veterans Day […]
An alert from the 45th Precinct Crime Prevention Unit The graffiti vandal known as “LOOT” was arrested Friday night, 11/8/13. The 16 year old Throggs Neck resident known as “LOOT” or “ZERK”, who is known to deface local property, completely […]
A beautiful day for a parade!
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Johnnie Williams – Author/Advocate Grand Marshals: Jim Connell – Dir. of Community and Government Relations, Bronx VA Eugene Lynch and The Never Forget Foundation The parade will kick off at 12 Noon on E. Tremont Avenue at Lafayette Avenue and […]
As reported by Sal Conforto “if it’s to big to fit why try” This morning a trailer truck once again found itself where it should not have been. All to often our community is put upon by truckers how just […]
Anti-Graffiti Day Hosted by Senator Jeffrey D. Klein Community Board 10 & The 45TH Precinct We are coming together with the local residents to clean up the neighborhood! Come meet with Senator Jeffery D. Klein Community Board lO Chairman John […]
As reported by Sal Conforto. This morning a fire broke out in a two family home on Union Port Road and Morris Park. Deputy Chief Gunning reports that the fire was caused by an electrical failure. Even though the property […]
Harding Park Bronx shares: This Veterans Day, Monday, 11/11, the East River Ferry is honoring vets and active military personnel by letting them ride for FREE!
Citizens Committee Neighborhood Grants Deadline: January 27, 2014 Through their Neighborhood Grants, Citizens Committee awards micro-grants of up to $3,000 to resident-led groups to work on community and school improvement projects throughout the city. Citizens Committee prioritizes groups based in low […]
Pelham Parkway Horse Stables Auctioned off by, Rosanna Delgado The horse stables located at Pelham Parkway South was sold at the judicial foreclosure auction held Nov 4th in the Bronx Supreme Court. The approximate amount of judgment is $19,686,28 plus […]
Precinct Community Council meetings are a way to bring the local community and police together. It is a great way to bring to light any problems in the neighborhood and work out solutions. Captain McGeown is always on hand to listen. […]
Rusty or Bronco as he is known to many has had his stable sold. Today a tax lien court ordered auction took place at Bronx Supreme Court. The ramshackle structure and the land it sat on was sold to the […]