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Do you want to get out of the
city but don't have much time? Visit a community
garden for a respite of calm and peace. One
of 10 favorites,
as a rare spot of green in the South Bronx.
A Transition Assistance Program, is a Free, No-Cost
Service to Military, Veterans and Retirees.
evaluates your civilian-life goals, and
directs you to the Network
Providers who can help you reach them. Submit your documents
the first time you enter the network, and you will never
have to show them again.
for Humanity, the nonprofit
organization known for single family homes erected
with volunteer help,
has chosen a Bronx site in the Williamsbridge
section to develop its biggest U. S. project,
a 60-unit co-op,
recently awarded a $25,000 grant from the
U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA)
Local Foods Promotion Program to determine the
feasibility of integrating locally-sourced fruits,
vegetables, and other products for restaurants that are
members of the United Business Cooperative (UBC).
SoBRO began working the a group of 40 immigrant-owned
small restaurant owners to establish the UBC in the Spring
of 2014. The USDA grant will allow them to help the members
to create and market healthier menus and the integration of
locally produced foods.
Keep this website handy for Emergency Management.
your community has space available, please help the City
prepare for emergencies
Fever Fridays will be held on the first Friday of every
from 12 -5 p.m. at Muller Park & Plaza.
to a safe, enjoyable, accessible shopping zone that keeps
residents buying in the neighborhood.
After closing for more than 40 years,the
High Bridge—New York City’s oldest standing bridge—is open!
Come explore this iconic landmark that connects pedestrians
and bicyclists from Manhattan and the Bronx.
Continuing Education & Workforce Development
at Hostos Community College
offers educational, career, and personal
development opportunities designed to address the needs of
the South Bronx, Bronx, and Upper Manhattan communities.
Our programs will give you the skills
to do the job:
its debut in October of
by Gary Axelbank,
has been the flagship
call-in talk show in the
have an opportunity to
talk on the air
with the borough's
include everything from
housing and a variety of
other vital Bronx
It is seen live on Cablevision's
channel 67 each Monday
night at 9 p.m.
A new job training and education center will
officially open its
doors in the heart of the South Bronx at 424 East 147th St.
It is run by the workforce development company America
Works, which specializes in finding jobs for people who are
traditionally hard to place, including welfare recipients
and former criminals.