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Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2011


P.S. 279 opens renovated library

After undergoing renovations for six months, P.S./M.S. 279 reopened the doors to their new school library by celebrating with a formal ribbon cutting ceremony. Read more…

P.S. 35 gets computer donations to replace stolen equipment

When computers were stolen from classrooms at P.S. 35 before the end of the summer, it looked like the grinch stole the start of the school year. This December, Santa Claus came early to deliver much needed gifts to the school. Read more…

Belmont Legend To Be Honored At Major Intersection

An important neighborhood name will soon be seen in dedication on a well known intersection in the Belmont community. Read more…

Rezoning Plan To Benefit Webster Avenue

A rezoning plan on Webster Avenue could lead to more business and residential development opportunities in the Bronx. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Archdiocese announces closure of St. Dominic School

After nearly 50 years serving the children and communities of the Van Nest and lower Morris Park and an 11th hour plan to increase revenue, St. Dominic School will be closing its doors at the end of the school year. Read more…

Fordham basketball continues Three Kings tradition

The Fordham University men’s basketball team ends each holiday season with its cherished tradition at St. Barnabas Hospital. Read more…

Norwood church burglarized for second time in three months; police say break-ins unconnected

After a brief holiday break, thieves have once again broken into a church in the Norwood neighborhood. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Meet and greet for interim principal at P.S.14

The appointment of a new principal at P.S. 14 brought hope to the school community following the controversy surrounding the resignation of its former principal. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Work to begin soon on Locust Point toddler playground

A new toddler playground is coming soon to the Locust Point Civic Association’s clubhouse grounds. Read more…

Klein, fellow Senators, form independent caucus

Senator Jeff Klein has decided not to continue in his post as a deputy leader in the Senate and has instead formed a new independent caucus with three of his fellow senators. Klein announced on Wednesday, January 5 that he will become part of a third senate conference, separate from the Republican majority and Democratic minority, called the Independent Democratic Conference. Read more…

Highbridge protests 200-bed men’s homeless shelter

Residents of Highbridge are fuming over the opening of a 200-bed men’s homeless shelter. Read more…

NY Rangers program offers free hockey instruction in city parks

The Parks Department and The New York Rangers are bringing a new, indoor street hockey program to three recreation centers in the borough until the end of January. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

49th Precinct warns seniors of deception crime

Cops in the 49th Precinct are once again warning seniors to beware of deception crimes. Read more…

Garden will expand parking, but cause some problems in the short term

More parking is coming to the New York Botanical Garden, but it could mean some traveling problems for residents. Read more…

Bronx family band looks forward to big year

With a new year on the horizon, a Bronx family rock band called Graveshift has made a resolution for success. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Cat survives six days stuck in a tree

If a cat really has nine lives, this one used most of them up. Read more…
Schneps Community News Group

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