Crime way down in Hunts Point in 2017

Crime way down in Hunts Point in 2017

41st Precinct data has revealed a nearly 24 percent drop in crime from 2016 to 2017.


Hunts Point program protects seniors from abuse

Hunts Point program protects seniors from abuse

Earlier this year, a New York state senator introduced a bill that aims to establish mandated reporters responsible for reporting suspected incidents of elder abuse or maltreatment.


Hunts Point residents answer the call for Puerto Rican families

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The Herreras are among hundreds in the South Bronx whose families have been affected by the devastating hurricane in Puerto Rico.

Culture / Food

Coquitos contest conjures up a taste of Puerto Rico

The Bronx coquito qualifier at Bronx Music Heritage Center, taken by Debbie Quiñones  .

The creamy, rum and coconut-based drink is not only a signal that the holiday season is upon us, it is a ritual that each family has a secret recipe for.

Culture / Education

Internationally acclaimed photographer brings El Barrio to the Bronx


Internationally acclaimed photographer Joseph Rodriguez’s latest photography show, “El Barrio in the ‘80s,” will be on display at the Bronx Documentary Center until Dec. 23.


Participatory Budgeting initiative surges ahead

Courtesy of Councilman Rafael Salamanca Jr.'s Office

Project ideas range from technology upgrades in schools to park renovations to bike racks and lanes.


Tech skills on offer for LGBTQ youth

Joseph Cancel, 20, (left) looks on as Chris Mercado (center) gives Bejan Merz, 29 (right) resume edits

A class offered at the BankNote building teaches technology and career readiness to LGBTQ youth who make less than $50,000 a year. It is the first of its kind dedicated exclusively to LGBTQ youth in the Bronx.


Rocking the Boat grad’s turnaround reflects the river she serves


After Toniann German was introduced to the Bronx River through Rocking the Boat as a troubled teen, she found that she couldn’t leave the river. Now she’s the new recreational coordinator for the Bronx River Alliance, running all of the canoeing and on-water education and conservation events and teaching people everything from how to paddle, to the history of the river, to the reasons to keep it clean.

Environment / Food

Sustainable food project grows on Bronx River

Family yoga teacher Alba Mota guides participants through stretching exercises as part of Foodway events.

The new Bronx River Foodway at Concrete Plant Park just wrapped up its inaugural season of planting and public programming, leaving behind more than 4,000 individual plants spanning over 50 species and a third of an acre of seeded meadow stretching along the Bronx River. Pollinators, native grasses, medicinal plants, […]