Housing / News
Stabilis specializes in acquiring run-down properties, and housing advocates say it milks buildings for profit without regard to their tenants.
Housing / News
Fourteen families on the top floors of a Longwood shelter will be forced to find a new place to live after a landlord lost his bid for a special permit to keep the top two floors, which were illegally added
The Earthalujah Choir took its message of consumerism and climate change to the shore of the Bronx River last Saturday.
News / Politics
Incumbent City Councilwoman Maria del Carmen Arroyo admitted under oath that people employed by her campaign had committe fraud.
Crime / News
Hundreds took to the streets of Hunts Point and Longwood on July 15 to speak out against a Florida jury’s decision to acquit watchman George Zimmerman of charges he murdered Trayvon Martin in cold blood.
Advocates wait eagerly to see when the state will begin acting on the city’s recommendations.
Murder of Mark Carson in East Village in May prompts urgent response.
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 [...]
Education / Environment / News
Starlight Park opens to tenth annual running of Bronx River event Only one team won the Bronx River Flotilla’s first ever Starlight 5K Canoe Challenge—a team calling itself In the Woods, which finished the canoe race in 55 minutes—but they weren’t the only ones able to celebrate the annual event. [...]