South Bronx

Hunts Point icon Majora Carter says Community Board 2 has thwarted the long-pending liquor license application for her new venue.
Not a single person spoke in favor of the board’s proposed rent increases at a sparse but vocal airing of testimony at Hostos Community College.
The Ghetto Brothers’ unexpected response to his death after he tried to mediate a clash between two other gangs inspired the movie ‘The Warriors’ and paved the way to the birth of hip-hop. Can you dig it?
From the Barrymores to the Palmieris, the first families of American entertainment have graced the stages of the four-story building in Mott Haven.
York Studios, which opened its Michaelangelo Campus for film and TV shoots in 2019, wants to add a second studio with a 60-foot ceiling.
Survey by a local business group highlights concerns over who would really win if a billion-dollar real estate deal for New York City FC home reaches its goal. But residents wouldn’t mind getting discounted stock in a new ballpark.
Residents living in the shadow of the Cross Bronx Expressway are among the New Yorkers who face added environmental hazards in the borough hit hardest by the pandemic.
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.
Unrefrigerated U-Hauls and Ryders haul corpses in East Harlem and elsewhere — signs of a traffic jam on the way to COVID victims’ final resting place.
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.
Analysis of data obtained by Measure of America and THE CITY finds kids in South Bronx and Harlem least likely to get Early Intervention evaluations.
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The Council member leads the fundraising race, with the vast majority of his $878,000 in contributions coming from outside the borough, records show.
While The Bronx is no longer burning, it’s simmering with political activity. A new documentary looks at the ongoing impact of the 1970s blazes.
Developers bet on reaping big rewards for pouring dollars into a quickly gentrifying strip in Port Morris, thanks to a federal tax credit.
The Bronx borough president punts on backing his father as buddy Marlene Cintron enters the packed contest to replace retiring Rep. José Serrano.
The city shells out $17.5 million annually to self-storage companies. But some clients report big problems with the little-regulated industry.
People with storage units at the now-abandoned Tuck-it-Away on Walton Avenue have been waiting for two years to learn what happened to their stuff.