Articles by: The Bronx Chronicle

A Dedication to Officer Daniel Busch at the Bronx Zoo

A Dedication to Officer Daniel Busch at the Bronx Zoo

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 […]

by · September 28, 2016 · Bulletin Board, Photos
Dozens Run in Memory of Fallen Officer, Lieutenant Thomas Clesse

Dozens Run in Memory of Fallen Officer, Lieutenant Thomas Clesse

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 […]

by · September 28, 2016 · Bulletin Board, Photos
YMCA Open House: Celebrating The Life and Times of Dr. Seuss

YMCA Open House: Celebrating The Life and Times of Dr. Seuss

Bronxites and youth are cordially invited to join in a celebration of the life of Dr. Seuss at a reading and activity session during the Open House at YMCA (2 Castle Hill Avenue) on Saturday, September 24, 1-3 PM.     This […]

President-elect Donald J. Trump won a stunning and decisive victory over Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton on Tuesday November 8.

The Trump Train, All Aboard!

Trump Train Is Chugging By Robert A. Guiffre After a week of serious setbacks, the Hillary Clinton campaign is down, and the Donald Trump campaign is up. The best polling source, online gambling, has reflected how the race for the […]

by · September 17, 2016 · Op Ed
Bronx Day for Kids Festival, September 24

Bronx Day for Kids Festival, September 24

    On Saturday Sept 24, 2016, from 9:00 AM until 4:00 PM the Kips Bay Boys/Girls Club will host “Day For Kids Festival.”   Part of the event includes honoring late Deputy Chief Steven J. Bonano, who was a member […]

by · September 14, 2016 · Bulletin Board, Community Events
Labor Day Weekend Message From the NYPD

Labor Day Weekend Message From the NYPD

  As we celebrate Labor Day weekend and we signal the end of summer, we remind everyone to stay hydrated and drive carefully.  We wish all those heading back to school a rewarding and productive school year.

by · September 5, 2016 · Bulletin Board, Local News
Profile America: First Football Pro

Profile America: First Football Pro

FIRST FOOTBALL PROFESSIONAL Saturday, September 3 — Football season is soon to be in full swing again.  Some colleges began playing their schedules on Thursday, and the National Football League season starts this coming Thursday. For many years, it was believed […]

by · September 3, 2016 · Profile America
Bumgarner, Crawford lead Giants to 3-2 win | MLB.com

Bumgarner, Crawford lead Giants to 3-2 win | MLB.com

9/3/16: Bumgarner, Crawford lead Giants to 3-2 win MLB Daily Recap: Madison Bumgarner struck out 10 over six innings and Brandon Crawford stole two key bases in the Giants’ 3-2 win over the Cubs. https://youtu.be/yhip6fY0Xhw

by · September 3, 2016 · Sports, Video
Join the City Council At The West Indian-American Day Parade, 9/5

Join the City Council At The West Indian-American Day Parade, 9/5

Looking for something fun and cultural to do this Labor Day Monday (September 5)? Then come march with the New York City Council in the 49th Annual West Indian-American Day Parade! This annual celebration of Caribbean culture and pride is one […]

Bronx Soldier’s M1 Rifle Found 72 Years After D-Day

Bronx Soldier’s M1 Rifle Found 72 Years After D-Day

Pvt. Martin Teahan’s M1 Found 72 Years after D-Day by Jim Farrell If I were to report the facts, I would tell you Private Martin Teahan of HQ Company, 1st Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment (PIR), died on June 6, […]

by · August 21, 2016 · Bronx Personalities, History
Gouverneur Morris – Founding Father

Gouverneur Morris – Founding Father

By Martin Kelly American History Expert Updated August 15, 2016. Reprinted from About.com/Education “We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union . . .” was written by Gouverneur Morris. Morris was a Founding Father of the United […]

by · August 16, 2016 · History
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
African Cultural Parade & Festival, August 13

African Cultural Parade & Festival, August 13

  The National Ghana Parade Council, the National Council of Ghanaians Association, the African Friends of US, and Aduana Kuo of North America will host the Afro Cultural Parade & Festival.  The event will take place on Saturday, August 13th in Crotona Park in […]

Pro-Gun Advocate Releases Video, “[Why] I Carry A Gun’

Pro-Gun Advocate Releases Video, “[Why] I Carry A Gun’

In the aftermath of the recent media reporting surrounding the gun violence in San Bernadino, California, Orlando, Florida, and Nice, France, an anonymous concealed carry advocate made a 4 minute video on why he carries a concealed gun and believes that […]

by · August 3, 2016 · Crime, Guns, Law, News, Video
National Night Out, Tonight

National Night Out, Tonight

“America’s Night Out Against Crime” TUESDAY, AUGUST 2nd 2016                                     **NATIONAL NIGHT OUT BRONX COMMUNITY LOCATIONS** 40th Precinct/CB #1 St. Mary’s Park -147th Street & St. Ann’s Avenue (3-7 p.m.) PSA 7 Butler Houses- East 171st Street and Webster Avenue […]