by David Greene With some predictions for Winter Storm Stella as high as 2 feet, the five boroughs only received less than six inches during the storm that struck on Tuesday, March 15. Now many are questioning why school’s and […]
SEASON’S GREETINGS… Now that the temperatures have seem to caught up with the calendar people around the borough have been busy setting up Christmas trees and holiday lights.
by David Greene Three-weeks after a still-unexplained explosion, the shelves remain bare at the popular Morton Williams Supermarket at Jerome Avenue and East Kingsbridge Road. Worker’s remain busy at repairing the damage caused by the November 13 explosion, that blew […]
Trump Protests Spark Gridlock, Arrests by David Greene with photos by Andre Rivera A nearly week-long protest outside of Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue, the current home of President-elect Donald Trump, has created a gridlock nightmare of street closures in […]
CASEY JONES RIDES AGAIN… Eight cars of a CSX freight train unexpectedly derailed, cutting off tens of thousands of commuters of Amtrak’s Northeast Regional and Acela Express lines. The crash was reported at 9:15 a.m. on Wednesday, October 5, […]
“Fight with a Flare” On Friday, October 7th the NYPD Community Affairs Bureau hosted a ‘Paint Day’ for seniors and community members at the Mt. Carmel Neighborhood Senior Center where illustrator and educator, Laura Alverez, lead the class with all […]
ANNUAL FALL FESTIVAL HELD 15th Annual Jerome-Gun Hill Business Improvement District Thousands turned out for the 15th Annual Jerome-Gun Hill Business Improvement District’s Fall Festival, held this year on Saturday, September 17. Jerome Avenue was shut down between Mosholu […]
A pair of Bronx patrolmen can take a bow after going above and beyond the call of duty recently. The pair were observed coming to the aid of an elderly woman battling heavy winds as she crossed busy Morris Park […]
A man wedges his body inside a used clothing bin along East 180 Street in Van Nest.
Retired members of the NYPD joined family members of longtime patrolman Daniel Busch, for a bench dedication on Saturday, September 17. A longtime resident of the Amalgamated Houses, the plaque was placed on a park bench near the carousel at […]
Dozens of community members as well as current and retired police officers joined the family of Lieutenant Thomas Clesse for the annual 5K run & walk organized in his honor. Joined by 49th Precinct Commanding Officer Captain Keith Walton, participants […]
Bogart Avenue in the Pelham Parkway area. Photo by Debby Kawalick
Lydig ave Photo by Debby Kawalick
Pelham Gardens area By Debby Kawalick