Post Tagged with: "Bronx"

Featured, Multimedia

Nonprofits are finally getting paid to treat illness at its source

Nonprofits are finally getting paid to treat illness at its source

Treating New Yorkers with histories of mental illness or substance abuse is particularly costly to taxpayers. But with nonprofits being paid to keep people out of the hospital, that’s about to change.

March 13, 2016 ×

Writing

‘Hands off our hospital’ is the new normal

One hospital tried to close a campus and got hauled into court by disapproving locals. Another attempted to expand, but neighbors said no way. When it comes to health care, community activism is now standard operating procedure.

June 5, 2014 ×

Investigations, Multimedia

Alternative Enforcement is No Enforcement, Say Bronx Tenants

Alternative Enforcement is No Enforcement, Say Bronx Tenants

Freezing rooms, lead paint and killer mold are just three of the hundreds of tenant complaints at 1058 Southern Blvd. in the Bronx.

March 31, 2013 ×

Writing

Mott Haven homicides, assaults drop in 2012, robberies up

Mott Haven homicides, assaults drop in 2012, robberies up

Mott Haven’s violent crime rate came way down in 2012. But residents say police aren’t doing enough to clamp down on reckless drivers.

January 15, 2013 ×

Multimedia

Slideshow: Mott Haven After Sandy

Slideshow: Mott Haven After Sandy

Located just blocks from the Harlem River, Mott Haven in the South Bronx is used to flooded basements.

November 7, 2012 ×