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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.

Prescriptions lag as Bronx battles opioid epidemic

13 October 2019

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

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Where are the overdose prevention centers Cuomo promised?

12 October 2019

"With over 20,000 overdose deaths under Governor Cuomo’s tenure, his legacy will be marked by his choice to either stand with New Yorkers or stand in the way of their survival,” according to an advocacy group for overdose prevention sites.

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Bronx Cricketers Push For More Pitches

12 October 2019

Every weekend, the Bronx’s Van Cortlandt Park becomes a hub for New York City cricket.

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Food Stamp cuts pose hardships for home health care workers

12 October 2019

For low-income workers like Elsilia Carrasco, food stamps are essential to help feed her family. Cuts have already posed hardships. And they are about to get worse.

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ASPCA to expand free, subsidized animal care to South Bronx

11 October 2019

ASPCA is expected to open a community veterinary center in the South Bronx next Spring. The community hopes the center will address some of the persistent issues with the mobile clinics.

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Young Albanians work to address inherited trauma

11 October 2019

The now-adult children of Albanian immigrants are promoting conversation about mental health while grappling with the traumas of their parents’ treacherous pasts.

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Next to Woodlawn Cemetery, another graveyard: abandoned cars

10 October 2019

One fall day, the Bronx Ink counted 26 18-wheelers, five abandoned vehicles, four RV’s, eight parked tow trucks, six cargo vans, five minivans, three double decker buses, two piles of at least six trash bags each, and one dead raccoon.

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Stone Soup of the South Bronx

29 September 2019

The sixth annual Big Bronx Sancochazo mixes salsa, spices and collective Caribbean pride Brook Park

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