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Bronx Times Reporter

Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2013

Allerton

Bx Pk East car break-in spree

It’s something of a recurrence in Bronx Park East - broken window glass on the asphalt. Read more…

Monday, Sept. 30, 2013

City Island

Take this bridge and ....

It’s a bridge that City Island doesn’t want. Read more…

Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013

Throggs Neck

Group home for Waterbury-LaSalle

Pelham Bay neighbors are divided on yet another group home moving into the neighborhood. Read more…

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Morris Park

Street renaming for Dom Castore

Dominic Castore was a community legend, and now the neighborhood is coming together to keep the legend alive by co-naming a stretch of Morris Park Avenue after him. Read more…

Saturday, Sept. 28, 2013

Pelham Bay

Mentally ill out of Pelham Grand

A displaced group home for adults recovering from mental illness has moved out of a controversial Pelham Bay facility. Read more…
Morris Park

Bronx Neighbors: Toni Ann Miano

Toni Ann Miano is not much of a bragger. Read more…

Friday, Sept. 27, 2013

Throggs Neck

Feds bust Bronx mobster’s sons on pot rap

Once the king of Throggs Neck, Bronx mobster Vincent (Vinnie Gorgeous) Basciano can’t be a very happy father these days. Read more…

Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013

Westchester Square

Hep A scare at Square restaurant

The Bronx restaurant where six persons came down with hepatitis A will remain closed for now. Read more…
Boro Beat

Lawsuit in Levergate election fraud mess

Here we go. That dirty little election in the west Bronx that we’ve labled Levergate because of missing levers on some voting machines for all but the Dem Party Machine-backed candidate, is heading into court. Read more…

Thursday, Jan. 10, 2013

Bronx Times Reporter

Murderous gang members get life

A federal judge issued a scalding reprimand to three murderous convicted Bronx street gang members before sentencing them to virtual life behind bars. Read more…

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