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The Bronx is an ethnically diverse borough within New York City. It has been the subject of several songs by a variety of artists including Regina Spektor ("The Bronx"), Fat Joe ("Bronx Tale"), and Jennifer Lopez ("Jenny from the Block"). Notable people that have resided in the Bronx have included poet Edgar Allen Poe ("The Raven"), director Woody Allen (Annie Hall, Vicky Cristina Barcelona), and several musical talents such as Billy Joel, Carly Simon, Remy Ma and Kool Keith.

Population: 1332650
Local Newspapers: Bronx Community News Bronx News New York Times
Local Sports Teams: New York Giants (NFL) New York Islanders (NHL) New York Jets (NFL) New York Knicks (NBA) New York Liberty (WNBA) New York Mets (MLB) New York Rangers (NHL)
Local Colleges: State University of New York Maritime College Monroe College College of New Rochelle Mercy College Fordham University

Zip Codes associated with bronx, new york: 10451 10452 10453 10454 10455 10456 10457 10458 10459 10460 10461 10462 10463 10464 10465 10466 10467 10468 10469 10470 10471 10472 10473 10474 10475
Towns/Cities near bronx, new york : Mt Vernon Westchester Village Schuylerville Morrisania University Heights Washington Heights Yonkers Manhattan

The Bronx News
Teacher who ripped girl's hijab off surrenders to cops 0:0

The substitute teacher fired for ripping a hijab from the head of an 8-year-old Muslim girl has been arrested, police said. Oghenetega Edah turned himself in to cops at the 45th Precinct in The Bronx Wednesday after the NYPD's Hate Crime Task Force concluded its investigation into the May 2 incident.

Summer Reading Program to Provide Free Books to 29K Students, Mayor Says

The city will provide 10 to 12 free books to 29,000 kindergarten through second grade students in 107 elementary schools in The Bronx and Brooklyn this summer, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Thursday. "Even though this is this greatest city in the world, we tolerated a reality where so few kids were on grade level reading by the end of second grade," de Blasio said at Bedford Park Elementary School during a press conference Thursday.

Kalief Browder Now Has A Street Named After Him In The Bronx

A Bronx intersection has been renamed in honor of the late Kalief Browder on what would have been his 24th birthday. Browder took his life at 22 years old in his family's Bronx home after a traumatizing three-year imprisonment at Rikers Island .

De Blasio provides assist on Mark Messier's ice rink project

After holding up construction for years , Mayor de Blasio says he's now ready to provide a much-needed assist to hockey legend Mark Messier's embattled plan to develop the Kingsbridge Armory in the Bronx into the world's largest ice-skating complex. Hizzoner said Wednesday that the city's Economic Development Corp. will turn over the lease to the property that Messier and developer Ken Parker's company, KNIC, needs to break ground once the state's economic development arm formally authorizes a $108 million loan for the first phase that was included in his state budget.

Grand Jury Indicts Driver in Deadly Times Square Crash

The Bronx man accused of mowing down a crowd in Times Square last week has been indicted by a grand jury. The Manhattan DA's office says 26-year-old Richard Rojas waived his right to appear before a judge Wednesday.

De-funding homelessness prevention would hurt seniors and taxpayers alike

Linnette Samuel, a 60-year-old from the Norwood section of The Bronx, had been living in her small apartment for over 20 years, but when her employer reduced her hours recently, she fell behind on her rent and faced the prospect of becoming homeless. Rather than ordering her from her home, a Housing Court judge referred Linette to the BronxWorks Senior Homelessness Prevention Project.

Fisher House Foundation breaking ground on VA residences

The Fisher House Foundation is breaking ground on Thursday on two 16-unit residences on the grounds of the James J. Peters VA Medical Center. "We have to do this right; it's New York City and it's where we are," says Fisher House Foundation Chief Executive Ken Fisher, who grew up in Riverdale.

Teenage girl busted for firing BB gun at cop car 0:0

A 13-year-old girl has been busted in the BB shooting that damaged a cop car in The Bronx, law-enforcement sources said Tuesday. The young teen turned herself in at the 52nd Precinct on Monday and was charged with reckless endangerment, officials said.

Construction Kicks Off at McInnis Cement's Bronx Terminal Facility

Work is under way at McInnis Cement's New York terminal. The site in the South Bronx is part of McInnis' network of terminals, strategically located throughout the eastern portion of North America and chosen for their access to efficient waterways, as well as their proximity to the market to minimize truck miles to its customers.

Governor Cuomo Honors Fallen EMS Providers

May 23, 2017 - Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today recognized three emergency medical services providers who died in 2016 as a result of injuries or illnesses sustained while performing their duties. The honorees Norman Valle, Stephanie Potter, and Larry Fuller, were added to the Tree of Life EMS Memorial on the Empire State Plaza in Albany.

Protest New York City's Lack of Diabetes Prevention at de Blasio...

Health People Release Special Report on the Horrible Impact of Diabetes in the Bronx detailing the toll of complications from foot amputation to Alzheimer's Bronx groups, led by Health People, will protest New York City's stunning lack of diabetes prevention at Mayor Bill de Blasio's Bronx appearance on Tuesday, May 23rd at 9 am at the Bronx County Courthouse Building at 161 Street and Grand Concourse. The Bronx has the city's highest rate of diabetes - 15% of all adults--- as well as the city's highest rate of crippling complications such as lower- limb amputation and kidney failure.

Cops arrest man suspected of pummeling 2 strangers in Manhattan

A man suspected of viciously beating two strangers on an Inwood street - leaving one near death - was arrested Monday, cops said. Branlee Gonzalez, 18, of The Bronx turned himself into police for the brutal beating Thursday that left the 69-year-old victim in critical condition.

Two New York Area Pirates Warned

The FCC has warned a pirate operating in The Bronx operating at 98.9 and in East Orange, New Jersey operating at 94.3. Both pirates have been ordered to put an end to their illegal operations or provide the Commission with proof that they are licensed to operate.

De Blasio kicks off week in Bronx by refusing to wear Yankees hat

Whether on your phone or delivered to your doorstep, the Daily News brings you award-winning coverage of the latest in news, sports, entertainment and more. Mayor de Blasio may be spending a week in the Bronx - but he still won't put on a Yankees hat Mayor de Blasio joked, "Oh God, we have a situation," when Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. offered him a Yankees cap.

Driver in Times Square crash apologizes, claims he doesn't remember rampage, report says

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You Can Now Use Your Phone to Pay for Parking in Brooklyn and Staten Island

The Department of Transportation rolled out the phone-payment system for parking meters, called ParkNYC , to both boroughs on Thursday. The system first launched in parts of Midtown in December and eventually rolled out to the rest of Manhattan and The Bronx.

Citi Bike to Expand to Staten Island and The Bronx Under New Proposal

Facing the possibility of competition from new bike share operators, Citi Bike's operator said Wednesday that it may add docks to Staten Island and The Bronx for the first time under a new proposal being considered by the city. Motivate - which runs the service - would add 6,000 new bikes across the city and expand to finally cover the entire five boroughs with no extra public funding in exchange for the city loosening regulations and extending the company's exclusivity deal, someone with knowledge of the proposal told DNAinfo.

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