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New Youth Network Aims to Get Kids Healthy and College-Ready

The partnership is called South Bronx Rising Together.

Hunts Point »

Bronx Company Launches Contest to Revamp Old Juvenile Detention Center

The contest will include categories like architecture and economic development.

Concourse »

Join Thousands of Cyclists for the Tour de Bronx Bike Ride

The event will take place on Sunday, Oct. 26 starting at the Bronx County Building.

Morrisania »

Community Board Approves Naming Roads After Jazz Legend, Community Advocate

The board voted on Tuesday to co-name streets after Henry "Red" Allen and Dave Reid Jr.

Mount Hope »

Locals Unhappy with Drug Use, Littering at Devanney Triangle

The small park is located along East Burnside Avenue between Grand Concourse and Creston Avenue.

Mott Haven »

Bruckner Bar and Grill Changes Name After Lawsuit

The popular restaurant is now called the Mott Haven Bar and Grill.

Mott Haven »

South Bronx Schools Under-Enrolled by Hundreds of Students, DOE Stats Show

The schools are under capacity by more than 200 students at some locations.

Mott Haven »

See the Murals Inside the Historic and Recently Sold Mott Haven Post Office

The post office at 149th Street and Grand Concourse is a designated landmark of New York City.

Port Morris »

Medical Waste Company Blasted Over Bid to Renew Permit

The company Stericycle faced several hostile questions during a meeting at Hostos Community College.

Westchester Square »

See the Murals Some Property Owners Are Using to Prevent Graffiti

The murals are the subject of a tour by the TAG Public Arts Group.

Claremont »

Former Inmates to Learn Beekeeping at Bronx Rooftop Apiary

The Osborne Association is using beekeeping to help train former inmates at the Bronx site.

Claremont »

Morris Houses Residents Living in Apartments with Holes, Leaks, Roaches

Some tenants are involved with a lawsuit against NYCHA in an effort to force the agency to make repairs.

Concourse »

Homeless Families Spend Night at Bronx Intake Center

The five families stayed overnight on Monday, according to the Department of Homeless Services.

Morrisania »

Bronx Principal Praises School's Culture of 'Educating the Whole Child'

Principal Hazel Joseph-Roseboro is a former student and teacher at University Heights High School.

Hunts Point »

Rikers Inmate Dies After Ambulance Takes Half-Hour to Arrive, Reports Say

Inmate Victor Woods was being held on a drug charge when he went into convulsions, authorities said.

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