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WATCH: NYS to Invest $18 Million in The Bronx For Gang Prevention After Junior’s Death

After the brutal killing of 15-year-old Lesandro Guzman-Feliz aka “Junior” by gang members in the Belmont section of The Bronx, New York State will be investing $18 million in youth programs and other preventative measures. Although the monies are a much welcome relief for our communities we cannot say enough that why did it take…

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Half of NYC’s Twelve Most Heat-Vulnerable Communities are in The Bronx

The New York City Environmental Justice Alliance has identified the twelve most heat vulnerable communities in the city and unsurprisingly twelve are located in The Bronx. Dozens of neighborhoods that make up Bronx community boards 1 through 6 like Hunts Point, Melrose, Mott Haven, Port Morris, Longwood, Fordham, Belmont, West Farms, and many more are…

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Massive La Central Development in South Bronx Reaches a Milestone

The first building in the five building, 992 apartment development at La Central in Melrose has topped off reaching its maximum height. The massive development slated to be completed sometime in 2021 will provide housing to thousands of residents, house a new studio for BronxNet Television and will also include a massive 50,000 square foot…

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SURPRISE! Ocasio-Cortez Wins Election in Another Bronx District She Wasn’t Even Running In

First Ocasio-Cortez stunned the nation when she beat the powerful Queens Democratic Party boss and incumbent Rep Joseph Crowley of the 14th congressional district last month. Now last night it was revealed by the Daily News that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez also won a primary in a district she wasn’t even running in! According to the Daily…

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