Reporters for NYCity Lens visited sites of struggle – a food pantry in Harlem, a park in Washington Heights, a job center in the Bronx, and others – to meet New Yorkers living through these difficult realities. New York City’s poverty rate has stayed at 21.4 percent for 2011 and 2012, according to the latest […]
As unemployment numbers in the Bronx are falling but stay higher than anywhere else in the City, at the Work Force 1 on East Fordham Road, job seekers don’t lose faith.
Margie Trisband bought her first house on the Grand Concourse in 1968, and has been a Bronxite ever since. Now that her husband and one of her sons are gone, she would like to take some time for herself.
Morris Heights Health Center, which first opened in 1991, is expanding in the Bronx—and celebrating!