A 27-year-old immigrant sends her one-year-old daughter back to Jamaica while she job hunts.
Al Lewis grew up in Brooklyn, but after years of crime, drug addiction, homelessness and prison he’s getting a fresh start. This time in The Bronx, at 72.
This is part of a series about New Yorkers who have recently relocated to the Bronx. It’s called The New Bronx. After graduating college class of… Read more “The New Bronx: City College Grad Moves to the Bronx”
A lifelong Coney Island resident adjusts to life in the Bronx.
A Bronx-raised man, who moved to Manhattan three years ago, has come home again.
Sarah Hoke and her husband Eric Hoke moved to the South Bronx only a year ago. But they’ve already decided to renew their lease.
Melissa Ascencio moved from Queens to the Bronx to move in with her mother and work as a janitor at the Board of Education, and she is eager to move again.
An ex-monk finds new life in the Bronx among former convicts and drug addicts.
Morris Park residents like Dawn Smyth, 40, thought they had avoided the worst of the Legionnaires’ outbreak that killed 12 of their neighbors in the South Bronx… Read more “Living With New Fears of Legionnaires’ Disease”
Bronx community members got together last night to discuss the implications of rezoning Jerome Avenue and what affordable housing really means