Ruben Diaz Jr.

After the AOC revolution rocked the party, Bronx Democratic leaders picked winners across the spectrum, from the moderate mayoral candidate to left-leaning Council hopefuls. “It’s a new day in The Bronx,” declared party leader Jamaal Bailey.
Incoming Rep. Ritchie Torres warns “the stakes are existential” with the borough battling the city’s highest rates of unemployment, food insecurity and Medicaid need following pre-pandemic gains.
After nearly three-years, kids get access to computers, Wi-Fi and a 3D printer. But two other Bronx NYCHA community centers are still waiting.
The Council member running for Bronx Congress seat purchased $7,000 in Western Beef gift cards, $1,737 worth of pastries and more with campaign funds.
The school, already in Manhattan and Queens, lets students earn an associate degree. But selective admissions process could sink its chances.
The Bronx borough president punts on backing his father as buddy Marlene Cintron enters the packed contest to replace retiring Rep. José Serrano.
Council member and congress hopeful Ruben Diaz Sr. gave campaign cash to a disc jockey flagged by the FCC, election filings show.
City Planning Commission will consider mayor’s case for Rikers Island replacements — amid objections from borough presidents and community boards.
Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. met with former Knick Carmelo Anthony to talk about development plans for Port Morris, THE CITY has learned.
Statements demand the ouster of the Council member from his seat – and the party – over some of his latest controversial comments.
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