'After School Rocks' Brings Free Music Education To Kids In NeedIn some of the city's most under-resourced areas, parents do anything they can just to make ends meet. But one local after-school program is helping kids enrich their lives through free music education.
Mural Helps Formerly Homeless Families Finally Feel At Home In South BronxFamilies and volunteers at the Services for the Underserved Fox Point building painted a backyard mural to make the space their own Wednesday.
Gang Busters: Feds Team Up With NYPD To Raid ‘Open Air’ Drug Market Law enforcement officials spent the morning cracking down on crack dealers in the South Bronx.
Woman’s Body Found Inside Of Ex-Husband’s South Bronx BusinessA woman's body was found wrapped in a blanket inside of her ex-husband's business.
Governor Cuomo Announces Reconstruction Plan For Bruckner-Sheridan InterchangeIf Governor Cuomo gets his way, the Sheridan Expressway will be transformed into a boulevard.
City Unveils Plan To Build Supportive Housing For Mentally Ill In South BronxOfficials on Tuesday were showcasing plans to turn an empty South Bronx lot into apartments enhanced with help for residents contending with mental illness.
City Takes Steps In Effort To Stem Legionnaires' Cluster At Melrose HousesThe mayor stressed on Thursday that the result was only a faint positive and that more tests are being conducted.
4 Legionnaires' Cases Reported At Melrose Houses In The South BronxA new cluster of Legionnaires’ disease cases was recently diagnosed in the South Bronx, and city officials on Wednesday were investigating the water distribution system in one public housing development.
Man Sues Opera House Hotel In The Bronx After Contracting Legionnaires' DiseaseA man who spent several days in the hospital after coming down with Legionnaires' disease has filed a civil lawsuit against the Bronx hotel that has been identified by authorities as the source of the outbreak.
Legionella Bacteria Found In Cooling Tower In Riverside High School In YonkersThe bacteria that cause Legionnaires’ disease were found this week at the cooling tower at Riverside High School in Yonkers, the city announced Friday.
9 New Sites Test Positive For Legionnaires' Bacteria, Officials SayMore than 150 people packed a town hall meeting in the Bronx as city officials and doctors tried to put them at ease over the deadly outbreak of Legionnaires' disease.
City Council To Debate Bill To Register, Regulate NYC Cooling TowersNew York City lawmakers will start debating a bill requiring all cooling towers to be registered and routinely tested after the deadly outbreak of Legionnaires' disease in the South Bronx.
Inmate At Rikers Island Diagnosed With Legionnaires' DiseaseA Rikers Island inmate was diagnosed with Legionnaires’ disease this week, but the case is not believed to be related to the South Bronx epidemic.
Death Toll Rises To 12 In Legionnaires' Outbreak In The South BronxNew York City is taking an unprecendented preventative move after two more deaths have been linked to the Legionnaires' disease outbreak in the South Bronx, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Monday.
Legionnaires' Death Toll Rises To 10 In South Bronx; State Offers Free Building TestingThe testing will be available to all owners, operators, managers and landlords of buildings with cooling towers or evaporative condenser units until October.