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Bronx Baker Gives Away Special Cookies For Free

Pope Francis, who told devout Catholics to give to the poor, has inspired at least one New Yorker.

Police Need Help Identifying Woman Found In Bronx

Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a woman who was found in front of a residential building in South Bronx....
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Man Pulled From Train Tracks In Bronx

A man was found seriously hurt on the 6 train tracks in Bronx Friday evening, officials said....
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Bronx Officers Deliver Baby Near Yankee Stadium

Three transit officers in Bronx really stepped up to the plate Thursday to make a special delivery....
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Woman Recovering From Bronx Fire

A 73-year-old New York City woman injured in a New Year's Eve fire that claimed the lives of her husband and two other relatives is recovering at a hospital....
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Bronx Independent Living Services Receives Community Awareness Project Funding

Bronx Independent Living Services (BILS) has received funding from the National Association of VOCA Assistance Administrators (NAVAA) through a grant from the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC), within the Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice, to promote community awareness of crime victims' rights and services during 2013 National Crime Victims' Rights Week....
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Extremely Rare Turtle Species Hatched At Bronx Zoo

Five Chinese yellow-headed box turtles have hatched at the WCS Bronx Zoo. The hatchings are a part of WCS’s strategy to save some of the most critically endangered turtle species in the world....
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Bronx Residents Come Together For Police Reform Campaign

On Thursday, December 6th at 6pm, Bronx residents will gather at The Bronx Defenders for the launch of The Bronx Defenders Organizing Project: a movement of our clients, former clients, families, neighbors, and staff to fight for police reform and social justice in Bronx and beyond....
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11 Families Homeless After Bronx Fire

A fast-moving fire that tore through two adjacent apartment buildings in the Bronx has left 11 families homeless....
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Celebrate The Opening Of Intervale Senior Residences

The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), New York City Housing Development Corporation (HDC), Azimuth Development Group, Best Development, South East Bronx Community Organization Development, Inc. (SEBCO) and partners celebrated the opening of Intervale Senior Residences, a newly constructed senior housing building located at 1115 Intervale Avenue in Bronx....
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Bronx Marine Helps New York Community

When Hurricane Sandy struck areas of New Jersey and New York 87 Marines from 8th Engineer Support Battalion, 2nd Marine Logistics Group quickly mobilized and arrived in New York to help the community....
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Donate Money To Hurricane Sandy Relief

Thousands of UFT members rose to the occasion in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, serving admirably in evacuation centers across the city and providing comfort and solace to our fellow New Yorkers....
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Yonkers City Hall On Bronx River Parkway Extension

We need your help Tuesday night, November 20, 2012, at Yonkers City Hall. The City Council is holding a hearing on its capital budget which includes the city’s $150,000 match for the $1 million federal grant it received 10 years ago to extend the Bronx River Trailway south to Bronx border....
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Bronx Man Dies After Falling Off Bicycle

A Bronx man died Saturday, November 17, 2012 after he collapsed on the handlebars of his bicycle, fell and struck his head, suffering a chest injury from the handlebars that doctors initially thought was a gunshot wound....
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Bronx Shelter

In South Bronx, dozens of people sat outside of an old brick building as the smell of curry emanated from inside. Upon entering, the sounds of discontent bounced off the warehouse walls, from the bickering of the elderly to the yelps of the dogs caged in the entryway....
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Bronx Driver, 35, Dead On Impact

A 35-year-old New York man died when he crashed his car into a pole at 91st Street and Kennedy Boulevard in North Bergen early yesterday morning, the Hudson County Sheriff's Office said....
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Riverdale Temple Holiday Gift & Craft Sale

Due to delays in mail delivery throughout NYC as a result of Hurricane Sandy, the Riverdale Temple would like to make the following announcement as it relates to sending in payment to reserve a table(s) for the Riverdale Temple Holiday Gift and Craft Sale....
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Jericho Project Opens Kingsbridge Terrace, New Home To 76 Veterans In Bronx

Jericho Project, a leading nonprofit ending homelessness at its roots, today opens the doors to Kingsbridge Terrace, a unique, beautifully designed LEED-certified Veteran Residence in Bronx, NY, that is home to 76 veterans including those who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan....
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Fire Damages Landmark Bronx Theatre

A two-alarm Bronx fire has damaged Loews Paradise Theatre, a beloved City landmark....
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Gas Station Lines In Bronx

It is nearly impossible to find gas anywhere in Bronx and the rest of the City....
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Fordham Football Participates In Community Service Events

Last Saturday was a busy days for the Fordham University football Rams but it had nothing to do with any on field activity. No, the Rams dedicated the day to community service with one group heading to the Rockaways to assist with a Sandy Saturday project and another group spending time with members of the Eagle Academy in Bronx.

Religious & Elected Dignitaries To Attend Ministers’ Banquet

Senator Rev. Rubén Díaz, President of the Organization stated:

Bronx Store Shelves Topple; At Least 8 Injured

Eight people were injured, seven seriously, inside a Bronx discount store Monday after several shelving units fell over.

Navy Seaman Recruit Giovanni I. Mendoza

Navy Seaman Recruit Giovanni I. Mendoza recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill.

Bronx Woman Wins $2M Powerball With Fortune Cookie Numbers

The fortune in this cookie was $2 million.

Firefighters Battle Massive Fire In Bronx

A South Bronx bodega erupted in flames Thursday afternoon — drawing more than 100 firefighters to battle the blaze, officials said.

CVS On Burke Avenue Torn Down

The CVS on Burke Avenue has been torn down following last week's roof collapse.

Tenants Sue Landlord Over Alleged Violations

Some residents in Mount Eden took their landlord to court today for alleged housing violations.

Roof Of Pioneer Supermarket Partially Collapses

A Bronx supermarket was evacuated Wednesday afternoon after the ceiling started to cave in and the roof showed signs of buckling.

CITGO's Charitable Foundation Accepting Applications

The Simon Bolivar Foundation, the charitable organization of CITGO Petroleum Corporation, is accepting letters of interest for grants from qualifying organizations that offer services to South Bronx residents in the areas of education, environment, healthy living and arts and culture.

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Richard Leslie is a Bronx resident who works in Westchester as a network administrator. His passion for photography and an interest in current events has led him to the field of journalism.