Cesar Mejia was found unconscious by police near Pelham Parkway South and Bolton Street, a serious gash in his forehead and extreme bruising to his body, according to the NYPD.
The company tasked with maintaining a problem-plagued Bronx apartment building has replaced the property manager, after Bronx Justice News pressed them for answers following the fatal shooting of a tenant.
Surveillance captured the murder of Najai Sow, 35, who was shot three times in his mid-section Saturday.
St. Luke’s Church, the largest parish in the city’s Episcopal diocese, has been supplying food to hungry locals throughout the pandemic, helping to sustain families even as the virus ravages their communities.
Miguel Cabrera was found shot in his parked car on East 175th Street, bleeding from a gunshot wound to his neck, according to the NYPD.
At least 155 Co-op City residents have died of COVID-19, accounting for one of every 282 residents of the sprawling affordable housing complex, according to new data released by the city.
Kyeone Stone, 25, and Travis Moore, 29, both of Manhattan, are charged with robbing and killing Julian Oden inside his apartment building at 4439 3rd Ave. in the Bronx Friday.
The Bronx’s 15th Congressional District ranks dead last in economic prospects for young people, according to a new index.
A coronavirus-related syndrome has been detected in 110 New York City children as of Friday, with the Bronx registering the highest case count, authorities said.
Legislation introduced this week in the U.S. House of Representatives would suspend deportations of Haitian nationals – including members of the Bronx’s large Haitian community – amid the COVID-19 pandemic.