Articles by: The Bronx Chronicle

Photo’s of The Throggs Neak Veterans Day Parade Nov. 10, 2013

Veterans Day Parade Nov. 10, 2013 Throggs Neck Parade.

by · November 12, 2013 · Photos

Veterans Day Breakfast hosted by the Pelham Bay Merchants at the Keane Post

On Veterans Day the Pelham Bay Merchants Association hosted a breakfast for the Pelham Bay Veterans community. The food was scrumptious, the day festive, the company welcoming and the memories humors.

by · November 12, 2013 · Features

Community Collections For Filipino Typoon Relief

by · November 11, 2013 · Domestic News, Photos

Governor Cuomo’S Veterans Day Message

Dear Friend, Today, we honor and thank our veterans who answered the call of duty to protect our citizens and preserve our nation’s freedom. More than 900,000 veterans call New York home, and throughout the generations New Yorkers have served […]

by · November 11, 2013 · Features

CLOSER ENCOUNTER WITH THE SUN

By Irene Klotz CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida (Reuters) – A comet is heading for a close encounter with the sun later this month, and if it is not vaporized or torn apart, it should be visible to the naked eye in […]

by · November 11, 2013 · Science

SON OF SENATOR INHOFE DIES IN PLANE CRASH

(Reuters) – The son of U.S. Senator James Inhofe was killed in a weekend plane crash near Tulsa, Oklahoma, the office of the U.S. Defense Secretary said on Monday. Neither the senator’s office nor Oklahoma law enforcement officials would confirm […]

by · November 11, 2013 · Uncategorized

NEW SANCTIONS FOR IRAN?

LONDON (Reuters) – British Foreign Secretary William Hague said on Monday that there would be pressure to intensify sanctions on Iran if it could not reach a deal with world powers over its disputed nuclear program. “It’s very important for […]

by · November 11, 2013 · World News

SLAVE MARKET AND CEMETERY UNDER A BALL PARK?

By Gary Robertson RICHMOND, Virginia (Reuters) – The mayor of Richmond, Virginia, announced plans on Monday to build a minor-league baseball park on the site of a slave market and cemetery, prompting an outcry over what protesters said would be […]

by · November 11, 2013 · Domestic News, Uncategorized

HAVE A BREAST LUMP?

By Kathryn Doyle NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Poor young women are more likely to delay going to the doctor when they find a breast lump than women in better financial straits, a new study suggests. Researchers surveyed young breast […]

by · November 11, 2013 · Health & Nutrition

TOP WORLD BANKS TO HOLD EXTRA CAPITAL

By Huw Jones LONDON (Reuters) – JP Morgan and HSBC topped the list of the world’s top 29 banks that must hold extra capital from 2016 because of their size and reach, the Financial Stability Board (FSB) said on Monday. […]

by · November 11, 2013 · Uncategorized

How to Send Help to the Philippines

Reported by: Beth Pinsker (Reuters) – In the aftermath of the super typhoon that hit the Philippines on Saturday, international relief agencies were ramping up donation appeals. The death toll estimate is at 10,000, and the number of displaced is […]

by · November 11, 2013 · Features

CAN YOU HANDLE A WILD LADY?

Keeblers Cozy Corner (A safe retreat for lost and abandoned animals) Written by Dorothea Poggi 11/10/2013 Wild Lady gave birth 2 days after she was removed from the humane trapping device used for feral cats. She gave birth to 5 […]

by · November 10, 2013 · Bulletin Board

Slow Zone Frenzy

“Speed Bump” and “Slow Zone” Frenzy Written by Dorothea Poggi 11/9/2013 Join your neighbors for a presentation meeting Tuesday November 12, 2013 at the Community Board 10 District Office, located at 3165 East Tremont Avenue (cross Street LaSalle). Learn more […]

by · November 9, 2013 · Features

Help Your Park or Green Space

Help your Park or Green Space Written by Dorothea Poggi 11/9/2013 Each year hundreds of Park enthusiasts meet eat and greet at the Bronx Park Speak Up. Planned and executed by the Bronx Coalition of Parks and Green Spaces (BCPGS). […]

by · November 9, 2013 · Bulletin Board

Bronx Voter Apathy On The Rise

Written By Roseanna Delgado   Lowest Voter turnout makes bleak history   During their campaign trails, mayoral candidates talk about making history. Speaker Quinn wanted to make history as the first woman mayor and also as the first openly gay.  […]

by · November 9, 2013 · Features