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South Bronx Chef Trades Midtown for Mott Haven

Joshua Bedford has been the executive chef at Charlie's Bar and Kitchen for over a year.

Bedford Park »

Speaker Mark-Viverito Gets a Promotion to Mayor in Bronx Christmas Play

The play, a cross between "Annie" and "A Christmas Carol," takes place at Lehman College.

Mott Haven »

Pop-Up Cafe Aims to Spark Conversation with Racial Drink Names

The Mix Coffeehaus has temporarily opened for business at 55 Bruckner Blvd.

Morrisania »

Youth Group Allowed to Repaint Bronx Park After City Backs Down

The repainting will take place during an "It's My Park" event in the spring.

Mott Haven »

More Than $300K Coming to South Bronx to Improve Region's Health

The money is arriving from grants administered by the New York Community Trust.

Concourse »

Do Some Shopping at This Weekend's Bronx Holiday Market

The South Bronx Farmers Market is putting on the event.

Melrose »

New Affordable, Veterans Housing Buildings Slated for Melrose by 2017

Apartment projects are being developed of Phipps Houses, The Briarwood Organization and The Bridge.

Midtown »

Snow Falls Short of Winter Wonderland Status

Snowfall accumulation will be less than half an inch, according to the National Weather Service.

Morrisania »

All-Girls Math and Science Charter School Could Come to the South Bronx

The school would be called the Girls Charter School for Inquiry, Innovation and the Arts.

Morrisania »

Stolen Cross Returning to South Bronx Church

A five-foot crucifix had been taken from St. Anthony of Padua Church on Wednesday.

Melrose »

Melrose Man Gunned Down Outside Bronx Pharmacy

Timothy Hairston, 27, was shot and killed in the afternoon attack, police said.

High Bridge »

Bronxites Angered Over Locked, Fenced-Off Park Land

Residents cannot access Cpl. Fischer Park., located on Nelson Avenue in Highbridge.

Concourse »

Mom of 3-Year-Old Who Was Beaten to Death Plans to Sue City for $25M

Ashley Ramirez filed a notice of claim against the city in the death of her son, Poseidon Quinones.

Mott Haven »

Award-Winning Teacher Helps Immigrants Adjust at Bronx International School

Aristides Uy, who is from the Philippines, won the Sloan Award, which honors math and science teachers.

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