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Sunday, Aug. 7, 2011

Bronx Times Reporter

Waterbury Park Hosts Outdoor Zumba Class

The Zumba craze has hit the northeast Bronx. Read more…
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Van Nest considers options in postal closure

Van Nest residents are looking for innovative ways to deal with the closure of their post office. Read more…

Roberto Clemente Pool Opens to 105 Degrees

There wasn’t a better time to celebrate the reopening of the Roberto Clemente State Park pool then the hottest day of the summer. Read more…
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Residents request security cameras after robbery

Pelham Parkway tenants are fuming over the need for more security in their building. Read more…
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Friendly merchant rivalry in third annual charity game

A friendly merchant rivalry is heating up. Read more…
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Van Nest library not cool

Library patrons visiting the Van Nest Library were out of luck when the branch’s air conditioning broke down during the heat wave. Read more…
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Lurting Avenue Resident Raises Colorful Koi

A life-long Morris Park resident’s hobby has developed into an aquarium exhibit. Read more…

West Farms Square apartments overhaul

The West Farms Square and Second Farms housing development was the site of the announcement of a milestone in Mayor Bloomberg’s affordable housing plan. Read more…
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Event Encourages Borough Businesses to Bid on Bronx Mental Health Redevelopment Project Outreach Encourages Borough Businesses to Bid on Bronx Mental Health Redevelopment Project Contracts

A $350 million dollar development project is underway in Morris Park and its honchos are making sure Bronx businesses get the first crack at any associated contracts. Read more…

New Police Athletic League Play Street Opens at I.S. 229

A community once infested with major drug dealing has taken a step in the right direction for its young residents. Read more…

Parkchester greenmarket debuts

A new greenmarket promises to deliver fresh produce to the community surrounding Virginia Park. Read more…
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Wholesale Cleaning Opens Second Location

When Throggs Neck native and resident Wally Santos opened his first Wholesale Cleaning Outlet dry cleaners on East Tremont Avenue in September 2009, it was one of the most nerve-wracking days of his life. Read more…

Photo exhibit celebrates Orchard Beach Pavilion

The splendor of Orchard Beach’s Art Deco Pavilion is recaptured in a new photo exhibit at the City Island Nautical Museum. Read more…

Klein, Walcott annouce plans to fight asthma

Fighting asthma in the northeast Bronx has just been made a priority for the area’s children. Read more…

Federal Initiative to Restore Bronx River

A new program has been launched that will support a well-deserved restoration of the Bronx River. Read more…

Congressional Jobs Tour Hits Hostos

The Bronx has the highest unemployment rate of any borough in New York City, so the borough was a logical choice for the Congressional Progressive Caucus’ Speak Out for Good Jobs Tour’s area stop. Read more…
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