The latest edition of the Tremont Tribune is now online.
Local Students Look to Transform Neglected Quarry Road Ballfields
Students at PS/MS 3 are challenging the Parks Department to take a look at the Quarry Road Ballfields – and to join them in rehabilitating the park, five acres of worn out football and soccer fields on East 181st between Quarry Road and Hughes Avenue.
Q & A: Deputy Inspector William McSorley
Deputy Inspector William McSorley has been the commanding officer of the 48th Precinct since 2008. The Tremont Tribune recently sat down with McSorley to see what life looks like from his perch at the Four-Eight.
87 Years and Counting, Sports Shop Has the Goods
Owner Moe Stein will tell you that after 87 years of business, people still come from all over to get the goods at Frank’s Sport Shop on East Tremont Avenue.
Upon entering, there are baseball caps, fishing rods and bows and arrows at the front, jackets and jerseys in the center, and hunting equipment in the back. A flight of stairs near the entrance leads to the basement, which houses baseball equipment, cleats, and cargo pants, among other things.
“This ain’t typical Bronx merchandise,” says Stein, as he folded T-shirts, made phone calls, and took questions one recent evening.
Editorial: The Three Mounts of Tremont
You may have noticed the grey, crown-shaped logo on the front page of this edition of the Tremont Tribune, and any you’ve picked up since our launch last May. Just what, exactly, is it meant to represent?
More here. For a PDF of the print edition, click on the front cover pic above.