Visiting Volunteers Bring Comfort—and a Dog named Chicken

HEALTH- April is National Volunteer Month, a time to recognize the more than 60 million Americans who volunteer their time year-round, including hospice volunteers who play an important role in end-of-life care for many individuals and families in New York communities. In fact, volunteers are such a vital part of hospice care, their presence is mandated by law and in keeping with the broader social mission to build a community of care at end of life.

Opa! Best Celebrattion of Greek Culture on Display Here

BRONX- Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. joined with New York State Assembly Member Aravella Simotas to host the annual Bronx Greek Heritage Celebration at St. Peter the Apostle Greek Orthodox Church in Kingsbridge.

Teacher Shared Child Porn Videos on Dark Web, Feds Say

BRONX- A Bronx high school teacher was arrested and charged by the feds for distributing child pornography. Prosecutors alleged that the teacher was on the dark web exchanging videos of prepubescent children engaged in sexual acts.

Busting Birth Control Myths and Real Reproductive Health Advice

HEALTH- A study published recently in The Journal of Adolescent Health shows that only half of adolescents and young adults (13-26 years old) have ever had private time with their health care provider.

1 Dead, 2 Wounded During Brawl Outside Nightclub

BRONX- Police are seeking the public’s help in locating, “a person of interest,” after a wild brawl outside a Mott Haven nightclub– an incident that left one man stabbed to death and two others shot and or stabbed.

AOC Holds Town Hall on Green New Deal

POLITICS- Hundreds turned out for a live town hall meeting featuring newly elected Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, which was taped for a special airing of the MSNBC show, “All in with Chris Hayes.”