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Three Alarm Fire on the Grand Concourse

Three Alarm Fire on the Grand Concourse

Spectators stood in horror and amazement as they watched the flames of a three-alarm fire rush wildly on the fifth and sixth floors of 2070.

Stop and Frisk Debate Heats Up

Stop and Frisk Debate Heats Up

Many New Yorkers oppose the policy because of the disproportionate numbers of minorities affected. 

A Parade-Like Close of Campaign

A Parade-Like Close of Campaign

Hundreds of cars and thousands of supporters march through the streets of upper Manhattan for the close of campaign for Dominican presidential hopefuls Hipólito Mejía and Danilo Medina.

Election Fever Hits Bronx Dominicans

Election Fever Hits Bronx Dominicans

Bronxites prepare for Dominican presidential elections which pit the PLD’s Danilo Medina against the PRD’s Hipólito Mejía.

Cinco de Mayo in Little Italy

Cinco de Mayo in Little Italy

Belmont celebrates its growing Mexican community with the 7th annual festival celebrating Mexico’s victory at the Battle of Puebla.

Hispanics Use Alternatives to Pharmacies

Hispanics Use Alternatives to Pharmacies

Many New Yorkers prefer to buy imported antibiotics in bodegas, rather than at a local pharmacy. Reasons include no insurance, fear of doctors and price.

Caravan Campaign for Hipolito “Papa” Mejia

Caravan Campaign for Hipolito “Papa” Mejia

As the Dominican vote approaches, candidates are campaigning in the Western Bronx, where immigrants still play a big role in elections back home.

Bronx Smoke Free Partnership

Bronx Smoke Free Partnership

The Bronx Smoke-Free Partnership is a health advocacy group that increases awareness of tobacco control issues in the Bronx among community members and policymakers.

Bronx Transportation Town Hall

Bronx Transportation Town Hall

Community members gathered to discuss how to work towards an efficient, economical bus and subway system.