Murder of Mark Carson in East Village in May prompts urgent response.
About 300 residents and visitors came out for Hunts Point’s tenth annual Fish Parade.
Advocates, who for over a decade have fought to replace the highway, with housing, businesses, parks and easy access to the Bronx River, are happy with some parts of a new city plan, but not with others.
For the sixth year, Fourth, fifth, and sixth graders from Hunts Point put on a full-length Shakespeare play. This year’s production was “Romeo and Juliet.”
From now on, Dawson Street between Intervale and Longwood avenues will also be known as Arsenio Rodriguez Way, in honor of the godfather of salsa.
Rocking the Boat launched a 29-foot replica of a historic whaleboat to celebrate the end of the semester.
Watch a video of a Hunts Point teen who’s flipped for free running.
But school officials say there is no such problem When Salma Ndie picked her daughter Maty up from school at P.S. 48 on Spofford Avenue one afternoon earlier this year, the six-year-old was missing two teeth. School officials told Ndie that Maty had fallen down a flight of stairs. But [...]
Borough president Ruben Diaz Jr. has appointed ten new members to Community Board 2. The board represents Hunts Point and Longwood in an advisory capacity on issues ranging from land use and housing to schools and jobs. Applicants must live or work in the community.
Owner flaunted zoning regulations, board contends The owner of a shelter for the homeless in Longwood may be ordered to demolish the building’s top two floors, after the city’s Department of Buildings found they were added illegally. Community Board 2 members say the owner of the building at 731 Southern [...]
Candidate says he’s in a long line of South Bronx Puerto Rican activists City Council hopeful Julio Pabón invoked the memory of Bronx Puerto Rican activists of the past as he officially announced his candidacy at a May 21 press conference at the in Father Gigante Square next to the [...]
Hunts Point native Majora Carter has big plans to transform the way the neighborhood is developed.
Developer revives neglected Manida St. building Carmen Rodriguez will never forget the time her then 12-year-old daughter told a friend that she didn’t live on Manida Street. “She was embarrassed of where she lived,” said Rodriguez, who has lived at 623 Manida Street—part of the apartment complex infamously known as [...]