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Bronx group hopes to name street for Derek Jeter to boost business

The 161 Street Business Improvement District is pushing to rename a portion of 161st Street after Derek Jeter to celebrate...

South Bronx recovers from Ida while some MTA service remains suspended

Thousands of Bronx commuters found themselves without service Friday as MTA crews worked feverishly to restore service along subway lines...

Elected officials, residents blast NYCHA over neglected senior center

Some 60-and-over residents in a Melrose public housing complex hoped the activity center on the ground floor of their complex...

Surge in gun violence unsettles South Bronx

Charmaine John looked worried as she gazed out over Spofford Avenue in Hunts Point on Election Day last June. After...

Street vendors seek relief from regulators

But others say the rules are fair, and must be enforced Justina Rios and her husband Felix wake up in...

Advocates: A renewable energy proposal for the city could hurt South Bronx

A proposal to ramp up the amount of renewable energy the city uses as a proportion of its overall energy...

Mayor meets with Bronxites in The Hub

Residents and community groups met with Mayor Bill de Blasio and city agencies in Roberto Clemente Plaza on Tuesday, as...

La Finca del Sur plays host to the stage rumba series

Nestled between the Major Deegan Expressway and Metro North train tracks in a gritty section of Port Morris, musicians, dancers...

B-Diddy B-ball tournament honors Brandon Hendricks

A quadruple-header at Andrew Jackson Houses in Melrose on July 7 followed the street co-naming ceremony for Brandon Hendricks at...

Beer and lots of local ambience on tap at Bronx Brewery

Watching sports and enjoying an adult beverage go hand-in-hand for many New Yorkers, with a cold brew being the drink...

Rental assistance program stifled by technical difficulties, landlords

Some Bronx housing advocates are worried that the city program designed to help protect low-income residents from being evicted is...

Photo exhibit casts lens on Latin American hardships

A new exhibit at the Bronx Documentary Center highlights life in Latin America through the eyes of photojournalists from the...

Slain high school athlete memorialized

Brandon Hendricks, the standout basketball player from James Monroe High School who was fatally shot in June 2020, was memorialized...

Exhibition underscoring themes of oppression and racism marks museum’s 50th anniversary

The Bronx Museum of The Arts is celebrating its 50th anniversary with Amerika, God Bless You If It’s Good To...

Bronx seniors document trying times

When Rhynna Santos speaks about teaching photography, it's hard to tell what excites her more: the craft or the people...

La Central is officially open

South Bronxites who’ve gone apartment hunting regularly ask how affordable the city’s “affordable housing” really is for them. The developers...

New Yorkers urge Council to fund community land trusts

Community land trusts are gaining momentum across the city, and a majority of New Yorkers want city government to fund...

Rap royalty break ground on Hip Hop museum, South Bronx community responds

Last year, hip hop garnered the highest volume of audio and video streams of any genre — surpassing rock and...

Bronx voters favor Adams for mayor, Gibson for BP in Democratic Primaries

Facing a spike in crime and an economic downturn propelled by the pandemic, New York City voters turned out Tuesday...

Bronxites vote on June 22

Voters who didn’t cast their ballots early in the 2021 primary elections can hit the polls to vote tomorrow, June...

NYCHA residents keep pressure on mayor to fire Public Housing CEO

NYCHA residents continued to let Mayor Bill de Blasio know they're angry with his choice for Housing Authority CEO Gregory...

Bronx on its way to economic recovery, says State Comptroller

After a decade of economic growth, the Bronx took a heavy hit from the pandemic, according to a new report...

Early voting begins

Early voting starts today across the city, and extends through June 20. Election day is June 22. This year, New...

Back to Basics: Making traditional foods healthier

Cielo Delgado used to put Goya’s Adobo seasoning blend in all her food just like her family always did. Her...

Vaccinations happening in train stations, freebies coming soon as rewards

How about getting vaccinated at the train station? Or how about getting some tickets to some New York City attractions...

Free ticket to a game if you get vaccinated at the ball parks

Take me out to the vaccine – and then the game?  You betcha! In an effort to get more COVID-19...

New York extends eviction moratorium through summer

The state has extended the hold on residential and small business evictions until Aug. 31. The moratorium expired on May...

Bronx-focused podcast finishes first season as Webby award nominee

With only one season under its belt, the Go Bronx Podcast is up for a Webby Award in the Best...

Schools chancellor talks summer and fall plans with South Bronx families

New York City Schools Chancellor Meisha Porter got a hearty welcome home from about 200 South Bronx parents and educators...

City budget proposal would create 15,000 more 3-K slots this fall

Two-thirds of New York City’s 3-year-olds would have access to a free 3-K education starting this fall and all city...

DMX’s final bark: We say farewell to “The Dog”

There has been a sudden boom in traffic on the corner of Burke and Holland avenues in the Williamsbridge section...

Here’s what Bronx businesses need to know about the Restaurant Revitalization Fund

Restaurants, bars, bodegas and food trucks in the Bronx will play a critical role in New York City's economic recovery....

149th Street and Bikes: Concern over lack of safety

As Tom Proctor, 33, starts his routine bike ride through his Mott Haven neighborhood, he thinks twice before riding through...

New York set to lose a congressional seat after census release 

The census bureau released its initial data set on Monday, setting the stage for a national redistricting that occurs every...

What Biden’s infrastructure plan could mean for the Bronx

President Joe Biden released a $2 trillion infrastructure bill on April 1, 2021 which, if passed, would significantly address some...

Marijuana legalization to bring economic opportunity in the South Bronx

With recreational use of marijuana now legal in New York, many in the South Bronx are readying for new economic...

Walk-in vaccination sites open for New Yorkers 50 or older

All New Yorkers 50 and up are not able to walk-in to any city-run COVID-19 vaccination site without an appointment....

Bronx activists look at Community Land Trusts as a way to create more greenspace

As huge waterfront projects are being built around the South Bronx by private entities, community organizers and advocates are starting...

Activistas traen sus ideales desde Puerto Rico al Bronx

Un domingo de marzo por la tarde, después de una tormenta de nieve, una figura solitaria con pantalones de deporte,...

Bronx Lacrosse breaks from the norm

While basketball and baseball remain king in the South Bronx, a small but growing number of young athletes of color...

What sets this Bruckner Boulevard apartment building apart

Bianca Ortiz’s favorite thing about her Bruckner Boulevard apartment is the light that pours in through the large windows. It’s...

Grassroots organizations work to get vaccine shots in arms as NYCHA falls short

For Dana Elden, tenant president of the St. Mary’s Park Houses, helping those in her development grapple with Covid-19 has...

Why has NYCHA decided on the Blueprint?

The New York City Housing Authority needs money -- a lot of it. Most of its apartment units are considered...

How New Yorkers Cut Out of Unemployment and Stimulus Checks Can Tap $2.1B Fund

This article was originally published on Apr 8 at 5:44pm EDT by THE CITY Some 300,000 undocumented New Yorkers are...

More students likely to resume in-person learning with new opt-in period

South Bronx families and students across the city have an opportunity this week to opt back into in-person learning, thanks...

Garden activists bring ideals from Puerto Rico to Melrose

On a Sunday afternoon in March after a snowstorm, a lone figure in sweatpants, a fanny pack and a knitted...

NYPD addresses Mott Haven public safety concerns

Community Board 1 finally got the public meeting it has been urging the City for since early last year: a...

The Bronx Night Market returns to Fordham Plaza, but it’s rooted in Mott Haven

On April 3, Bronxites and New Yorkers from all over will head to Fordham Plaza as the Bronx Night Market...

Bronx Terminal Market’s pop-up pantry going on one year of service

On a muggy Friday morning in March, dozens of people lined up outside of the Bronx Terminal Market awaiting their...

New age group eligible for the vaccine as city sees rising COVID-19 positivity rate

New York residents ages 50 and older are now able to be vaccinated. The expansion of eligibility, which started Tuesday,...

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