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Cops from across the nation lined the Grand Concourse to pay their respects for fallen NYPD officer.--Photo by David Greene

10,000 Cops Mourn Slain Officer “Mios”

10,000 Cops Mourn Slain Officer “Mios” by David Greene More than 10,000 police officers from across the country joined community and family members at the World Changers Church on the Grand Concourse in saying goodbye to slain police officer Miosotis […]

by · July 15, 2017 · News, Photos
Rainbow Over Westchester Square

Rainbow Over Westchester Square

Rainbow Over Westchester Square by David Greene Bronxites out and about on Saturday, July 1, caught the rare sighting of a rainbow over the southeast section of the borough. A photographer captured this image from Blondell Avenue looking east. Photo […]

by · July 13, 2017 · Photos
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
Councilmember Andy King Fight to #endALZ

Councilmember Andy King Fight to #endALZ

#thelongestday The Alzheimer’s disease is the sixth-leading cause of death in our country and the only cause of death among the top 10 in the United States that cannot be prevented, cured or even slowed. Wearing purple, Council Member Andy […]

by · June 22, 2017 · Bulletin Board, Photos
Mini-Horses Visit The Hope Center Bring Smiles and Laughter

Mini-Horses Visit The Hope Center Bring Smiles and Laughter

On Monday, June 4th 2017, the Hope Center on University Avenue in the Bronx was visited by mini-horses and the residents there loved them. The Hope Center is a nursing home and rehabilitation center and the Center has a program […]

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 […]

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
WNBA All-Star Kym Hampton Presented Trophies to Students with Disabilities

WNBA All-Star Kym Hampton Presented Trophies to Students with Disabilities

WNBA ALL-STAR AND FORMER NEW YORK LIBERTY CENTER KYM HAMPTON SPOKE AND PRESENTED TROPHIES TO STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES AT NY INSTITUTE FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION’S SPORTS AWARDS CEREMONY Kym Hampton, the WNBA legend and All-Star who played the center position for […]

by · June 4, 2017 · Bulletin Board, Photos
A Healthy Start to Summer
Soundview families kicked off Memorial Day Weekend with a trip to Leake & Watts’ Soundview Wellness Carnival. Parents had a chance to connect to different community health organizations and kids enjoyed face painting, a bouncy house, and other fun activities at the May 27th event, sponsored by Leake & Watts’ Family Resource Center and the Soundview Community Partnership Program. The carnival reminded families not to ignore their health. “Unfortunately, when families are struggling to get by, health check-ups can take a back seat to everyday necessities,” explains Meredith Barber of Leake & Watts. “Our goal is to help strengthen families by introducing them to the health services they need.”

Leake & Watts Soundview Wellness Carnival

by · June 4, 2017 · Bulletin Board, Photos
More Than 100 Athletes Competed in the Annual Eastern Athletic Association for the Blind

More Than 100 Athletes Competed in the Annual Eastern Athletic Association for the Blind

MORE THAN 100 ATHLETES FROM SEVEN EAST COAST SCHOOLS COMPETED IN RUNNING, THROWING AND JUMPING EVENTS DURING THE ANNUAL EASTERN ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FOR THE BLIND (EAAB) TRACK & FIELD TOURNAMENT AT NEW YORK INSTITUTE FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION More than 100 blind […]

Red-Tailed Hawks now watch over the students and faculty of Bronx Community College in University Heights.--Photo by David Greene

Hawk Sightings on the Rise [PHOTOS]

Hawk Sightings on the Rise by David Greene Sightings of Red-tailed Hawks along Webster Avenue in Claremont Village or near the DeWitt Clinton High School along Mosholu Parkway have been regular occurrences for years however, in the last several weeks […]

by · May 19, 2017 · Local News, News, Photos
Children of all ages enjoy a host of activities during the first ever Spring-fest.--Photo by David Greene

MMCC Hosts First-Ever Spring-Fest

MMCC Hosts First-Ever Spring-Fest by David Greene The Montefiore Mosholu Community Center on Dekalb Avenue in Norwood, held it’s first annual Spring Fest on Sunday, April 30. Now celebrating their 75th year, the daylong event featured an open house where […]

by · May 4, 2017 · Local News, News, Photos
Parishioners of the Church of St. Brendan's Church trace the final steps of Jesus Christ.--Photo by David Greene

Christians Mark Good Friday in Norwood [WITH PHOTOS]

Christians Mark Good Friday in Norwood by David Greene Hundreds of Norwood residents turned out for the annual re-enactment of the way of the cross on Friday, April 14. Beginning at Webster Avenue and East 204 Street and ending on […]

by · April 18, 2017 · Holidays, Photos
Photo credit: Edwin Soto

A Tree Falls in the Bronx

A Tree Falls in the Bronx by David Greene TIMBER! … Police and fire crews were called out after strong winds and heavy rain brought down a large tree that damaged several park cars. The incident was reported at 10:45 […]

by · April 4, 2017 · Photos, Uncategorized
on Crosby  Ave Marco Cortes, Reginaldo Vera pulling  Nathaly Vera 6 yrs. old after doing some grocery shopping

2017 Blizzard “Stella” in Pictures

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 […]

by · March 15, 2017 · Domestic News, Local News, Photos