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The Future of Gifted Education in the Bronx Bronx acupuncture center for addiction fighting to survive How HIV outreach is tackling an “invisible crisis” in The Bronx Prescriptions lag as Bronx battles opioid epidemic
 

The Future of Gifted Education in the Bronx

A recommendation that Mayor Bill de Blasio phase out all New York City gifted programs has left the fate of gifted education in the Bronx uncertain. If implemented, the programs, which are comprised predominantly of black and Latino students, would come to an end.

Bronx acupuncture center for addiction fighting to survive

The Mott Haven Lincoln Recovery Center was once a popular therapeutic refuge for drug addicts, but where have the patients gone?

How HIV outreach is tackling an “invisible crisis” in The Bronx

While New York celebrates declining HIV rates, healthcare advocates in the Bronx narrow their focus to where services aren’t reaching people.

Prescriptions lag as Bronx battles opioid epidemic

Prescriptions of life-saving buprenorphine lag in the Bronx. A legacy of bureaucracy and stigma are to blame.

Finding a Place in New York with a Rental Voucher

22 October 2019

In New York City's market only 2% of studios and 3% of three-bedroom apartments are in the price range established by the voucher CityFHEPS

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A-Z of Common Housing Court Terms

17 October 2019

The most common housing jargon BronxInk came across in court.

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Struck By a Subway 14 Years Ago, Still Waiting for Justice

17 October 2019

On March 13, 2005 Luis Rodriguez got up in the early hours of Sunday morning to catch the subway from the St. Lawrence Avenue Station near his Morissania home to travel to Pelham Bay for a fishing trip on his day off. The then-35-year-old HVAC technician and father of two was standing on the edge […]

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The Future of Gifted Education in the Bronx

15 October 2019

A recommendation that Mayor Bill de Blasio phase out all New York City gifted programs has left the fate of gifted education in the Bronx uncertain. If implemented, the programs, which are comprised predominantly of black and Latino students, would come to an end.

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Posted in Bronx Neighborhoods, East Bronx, Education, Education, Featured, Front Page0 Comments

Bronx acupuncture center for addiction fighting to survive

15 October 2019

The Mott Haven Lincoln Recovery Center was once a popular therapeutic refuge for drug addicts, but where have the patients gone?

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Posted in Bronx Life, Bronx Neighborhoods, Community Resources, Featured, Health, Mental Health, south bronx, Southern Bronx0 Comments

The lasting legacy of U.S. Rep. Jose Serrano

14 October 2019

Known as the moral compass of Bronx politics, Serrano is set to retire from Congress after 44 years of serving the borough.

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How HIV outreach is tackling an “invisible crisis” in The Bronx

13 October 2019

While New York celebrates declining HIV rates, healthcare advocates in the Bronx narrow their focus to where services aren’t reaching people.

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Posted in Bronx Neighborhoods, Community Resources, Featured, Front Page, Health, south bronx, Southern Bronx0 Comments

Raise the Age law at work transforming youth’s futures

13 October 2019

One Bronx teen is spared the lasting consequences of being tried as an adult and held in Rikers as New York City’s juvenile justice system undergoes massive, structural changes.

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Posted in Bronx Neighborhoods, Crime, Prison0 Comments

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