The second edition of the brand new Tremont Tribune hit the streets this week, with full coverage of the neighborhoods inside Community Board 6: Belmont, Bathgate, Tremont, Crotona, and West Farms. It's bilingual and monthly, and you can find it at local businesses or online. Here's a look at what we've got for you this month:
Resident doctors at St. Barnabas Hospital are fighting to form a union.
A former gangmember turned police liaison tells the story behind his change of heart.
Community Board 6 thinks the funding cuts in Bloomberg's budget spell the beginning of the end for community boards.
Photos from the annual Feast of St. Anthony, which took over Belmont last week (you can find more photos from the feast below).
Plus an update on city council races and our listing of free local concerts, festivals, and events, in What's Going On?
And if you didn't catch us last month, never fear! The first ever edition of the Tremont Tribune is also online, with stories on Crotona's ambitions for a new, green, community center, and a controversial new housing development in Bathgate.
Take a look, and let us know what you think!