Articles by: Robert Press

Rally and March For Black Lives Matter for Elijah

Rally and March For Black Lives Matter for Elijah

 It was billed as a Black Lives Matter March for Elijah, but was there a different agenda to this rally and march through Allerton and Morris Park? Elijah McCain was a 23 year old Black Man stopped by police in […]

by · July 7, 2020 · Bulletin Board
Here these two dogs run back from the longest part of this dog run.

Bronx Park East Dog Run Reopens to Ruff Ruff

Monday morning the recently built Bronx Park East Dog Run that was closed during the Pandemic reopened. While the crowd of dogs was not as large as when the grand opening occurred, several pooches did take advantage of the course. […]

by · July 7, 2020 · Bulletin Board
Not only were there fireworks, but a mess after the party.

Fourth of July Leftovers

People all over the Bronx and other parts of the city complained of fireworks going off for two weeks before the Fourth of July holiday. This year it seemed like every night leading up to Independence Day fireworks big and […]

by · July 6, 2020 · Bulletin Board
Republican candidate for the 14th Congressional District speaks.

Pro Police Rally in Morris Park

Morris Park Rally For Police By Robert Press Tuesday evening hundreds of people came out to show support for the police in Loretto Park. The rally opened up with God Bless America, and God Bless the Police Department. No elected […]

by · July 1, 2020 · Bulletin Board
People waiting on line outside a parkchester poll site.

Primary Day 2020 at the Polls

What Happened At the Polls On Primary Day 2020 By Robert Press It seems that the Board of Election underestimated the number of people that would come out and vote on Primary day 2020. In visiting many locations in different […]

by · June 28, 2020 · Politics

How Did It Go On Primary Day?

As I write this there are tens of thousand absentee ballots that have to be counted in the Bronx. As long as the envelope is postmarked June 23, 2020 the ballot must count. There were close to 70,000 Absentee ballots requested […]

by · June 27, 2020 · Politics

Primary Day 2020 Who Will Win?

Primary day 2020 will go down in election history as this was a totally new way of campaigning. The petition process was cut down, and the number of signatures required to get on the ballot was lowered. Little did anyone […]

by · June 22, 2020 · Politics
Prayers are said as more mourners arrive, including several officers from the NYPD in the background.

Second Anniversary of Lesandro ‘Junior’ Guzman Feliz’s Killing

It was a warm sunny afternoon as family and friends of Lesandro ‘Junior Guzman Feliz gathered by his grave site to remember him on the second anniversary of his killing, and the day after he was to have graduated from […]

by · June 21, 2020 · Bulletin Board
The three candidate (L - R) Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortes, candidate Badrun Khan, moderator Gary Axelbank, and candidate Michelle Caruo-Cabrera.

Parkchester Times live 14th congressional debate

The Final Debate in the 14th Congressional District By Robert Press What was seen by the Parkchester Times 14th Congressional Debate held Wednesday night was that yes a live candidates debate could be held during a Pandemic. After all Governor […]

by · June 19, 2020 · Bulletin Board
Councilman Ruben Diaz assists Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. in placing this box of groceries on a cart as more boxes are brought to the tables in the background.

Castle Hill Houses Food and Mask Giveaway

Ruben Diaz/John Perez Food and Mask Giveaway at Castle Hill Houses Five-Hundred boxes of groceries from Fresh Direct were dropped off at the Castle Hill Houses to be given away to the residents. Councilman and candidate for the 15th Congressional […]

by · June 16, 2020 · Bulletin Board
After everything was given out Assemblywoman Joiner joins the workers from the Bronx Terminal Market, and other volunteers as they cheer their good work.

Assemblywoman Joiner and Bronx Terminal Market Give Out Food and Supplies to the Community

Friday morning people lined up behind the Bronx Terminal Market to pick up groceries, masks, hand sanitizer, and meals provided by Assemblywoman Latoya Joiner and the Bronx Terminal Market. There were boxes of groceries provided by Fresh Direct, and more […]

by · June 15, 2020 · Bulletin Board

Primary Update 2020

Primary 2020 is going to be very different this year due to the Coronavirus. Does one vote by mail, early, or on the traditional primary date? the answer is which ever way you vote, you must vote by or on […]

by · June 15, 2020 · Bulletin Board
The boxes of food are being handed out to the District 12 community.

500 Boxes of Groceries Given out by Councilman Andy King, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adam, and Others.

Tuesday morning one lane of Gun Hill Road in front of Councilman Andy King’s office was closed off so Fresh Direct could unload 500 boxes of groceries that were to be handed out to the community. An equal amount of […]

by · June 11, 2020 · Bulletin Board
Councilman Ruben Diaz and 32nd State Senate District candidate John Perez hand out face masks to the waiting crowd at Vidalia Park.

Friday, Team Diaz 2020 Distributes 500 Boxes of Assorted Foods in the West Farms Area

Friday Team Diaz 2020 distributed 500 boxes of assorted foods prepared by Fresh Direct outside Vidalia Park on East 180th Street in the West Farms area of the Bronx. Team Diaz 2020 is  Councilman and candidate for the 15th Congressional District […]

by · June 8, 2020 · Bulletin Board
Robert Press, Press Clips columnist

15th Congressional District Poll by Data for Progress

Poll By Data for Progress Shows Ruben Diaz Sr. in the Lead in the 15th Congressional District By Robert Press   In the Data for Progress poll only 323 people with Text to web, and Web Panel responses were used. Data […]

by · June 7, 2020 · Bulletin Board