Citibank was the Bank Development District branch for Community Board Three until 2007. It is still one of the two banks in the area serving nearly 83,000 people. | Hristina Tisheva By HRISTINA TISHEVA For four decades, government and non-profit agencies have urged residents in poor neighborhoods to use banks instead of check-cashing outlets and [...]
Since January, Bronx Community Board 4 has both the highest number and per capita rate of elevator complaints — made by calling 311 — of any community district since January. Read how residents of one Highbridge apartment building are dealing with this persistent problem.
New York City Department of Transportation will implement by early October the first-ever 20 mph zone in the city. The area in Claremont was chosen for the test project because it ranks No. 1 in traffic accidents of any neighborhood in the city.
An auto mechanic turned in a fugitive to the police when he was asked to cut a pair of handcuffs from the man’s wrist.
Firefighters at Ladder 19 in Morrisania held moments of silence at the exact times the planes crashed into the World Trade Center in honor of friends and colleagues lost 10 years ago
An off-the-books autoshop in Hunts Point has been repairing locals cars for years at cut-rate prices.
Students in a Morrisania school discussed 9/11 and the questions and opinions they had of that day.
A recording studio in Morrisania is now publishing children’s books to get out a positive message.