Bronx Bureau (http://www.bronxbureau.org/)
Tenants are still suffering at a Bronx building that both the then-Public Advocate's Worst Landlords List and the city's Alternative Enforcement Program have had on their radar screens.
Activists and pols say it’s the least DEP can do in light of the over-budget billions they're spending on the filtration plant.
Training members and securing funds to hire city planning advisers is critical, officials say.
A New Jersey charter chain is looking to launch a school in the Belmont section of the Bronx. It will avoid the co-location controversy, but has encountered others in its past.
Five of the seven electric cars in the city's taxi and for-hire fleet are idle, but Luis Castro is still making battery-powered stops in the Bronx.
They say they haven't had the resources and preparation to gear up for the newer, tougher TASC exam.
Report by a panel assembled by Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr., to find ways to improve the borough's 12 local boards.
Source: Bronx Borough President
The city's Independent Budget Office released this report in January 2014.
A 2013 report on the growing housing pressures facing Bronx renters.
Our coverage of the 2012 election in the borough.
Source: CUNY J-school & City Limits