Youth and Children

Go for the Gold! Learn To Swim at New Settlement Community Center

Go for the Gold! Learn To Swim at New Settlement Community Center

Swim Registration at New Settlement Community Center                 Register to learn to swim at the beautiful, modern New Settlement Community Center pool. Become a member to gain early registration, Monday, August 15 or […]

Clement Carey, General Manager at The Residence Inn by Marriott along with Summer Youth Employment Program participants.

Internship at The Residence Inn Metro Center

The Residence Inn by Marriott Bronx at Metro Center Honors Interns   The Residence Inn by Marriott Bronx at Metro Center Atrium participated in the New York City Summer Youth Employment Program where nine young people joined the hotel team […]

by · August 11, 2016 · News, Youth and Children
My School Has Rhythm, Not Violence — Bronx School Wins

My School Has Rhythm, Not Violence — Bronx School Wins

Students from the Alfred E. Smith Career and Technical Education High School in the Bronx won the annual NYPD “My School Has Rhythm Not Violence” contest.

Artist rendering of planned 50,000 square foot facility to include an aquatics center with two swimming pools, wellness center, full-length basketball court, indoor track, gymnasium and programming.

It’s Good To Be Assembly Speaker…Edenwald To Get State-of-the-Art Rec Center

MAYOR DE BLASIO, SPEAKER HEASTIE ANNOUNCE STATE-OF-THE-ART RECREATIONAL FACILITY COMING TO EDENWALD     Mayor Bill de Blasio, Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie, New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) President Maria Torres-Springer and local elected officials announced the selection of […]

Bronx Students Uncover Habits of NYC Coyotes & Invasive Millipedes

Bronx Students Uncover Habits of NYC Coyotes & Invasive Millipedes

NYC teens conducting original research at the American Museum of Natural History announced the results of separate studies evaluating two animals that many New Yorkers would be surprised to hear are making the metropolitan area home.

by · July 14, 2016 · News, Science, Youth and Children
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NYPD Offer PokémonGo Safety Tips

As you battle, train, and capture your Pokémon just remember you’re still in the real world.

David Villa, NYCFC

50 NEW SOCCER FIELDS COMING TO UNDERSERVED NEIGHBORHOODS

MAYOR DE BLASIO, MAYOR’S FUND TO ADVANCE NYC, U.S. SOCCER FOUNDATION, NYC FOOTBALL CLUB AND ADIDAS LAUNCH NYC SOCCER INITIATIVE – BRINGING 50 NEW SOCCER FIELDS TO UNDERSERVED NEIGHBORHOODS   Over the next five years, public-private partnership will invest $3 […]

by · July 12, 2016 · Sports, Youth and Children
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Profile America: Youth Is Served

In 1972, the 26th amendment to the Constitution became law effective July 1, lowering the age requirement for voting in national elections from 21 to 18 years old.

T M Baseball Summer Team Camp To Begin Monday; Registration Still Open

T M Baseball Summer Team Camp To Begin Monday; Registration Still Open

T M Baseball Summer Camp To Begin Monday; Registration Still Open Registration is still open for the T M Baseball Academy annual Summer camp and team experience that begins Monday June 27th and runs until August 19th at the Castle […]

by · June 24, 2016 · Sports, Youth and Children
WYSK: Why shouldn’t the spotlight be on public offenders, too?

WYSK: Why shouldn’t the spotlight be on public offenders, too?

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW Why shouldn’t the spotlight be on public offenders, too? By Senator Rev. Rubén Díaz You should know that there is a debate raging in the New York State Legislature about eliminating the statute of limitations on […]

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Profile America: Patently Precocious

Robert Patch submitted his application and drawings in 1962, and on this date in 1963, at age 6, he was granted a toy patent.

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Black Child Injury Deaths Highest The City

Childhood injury death rates are highest among children living in very high-poverty areas and among Black children.

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Profile America: Youngest Mother

On this date in 1939, a most unusual childbearing event in medical history occurred in Lima, Peru.

Champs for Autism Celebrates Second Annual Children’s Fashion Show

Champs for Autism Celebrates Second Annual Children’s Fashion Show

This past Mother’s Day the halls of Fordham University were filled with food, fashion, and the laughter of children.

Lady Bombers on the field and playing game the right way

Lady Bombers on the field and playing game the right way

Lady Bombers on the field and playing game the right way By Rich Mancuso/ Sports Editor At the end of Balcom Avenue and across the street from the Throgs Neck Housing complex Ferry Point Park is the home of the […]

by · May 9, 2016 · Sports, Women, Youth and Children