Bronx Times Reporter

Thursday, Oct. 2, 2008

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Bronx DA hires 55 ass’t district attorneys

District Attorney Robert T. Johnson announced the hiring of 55 new Assistant District Attorneys. The new ADAs began a two-week training program Tuesday, September 2, under the supervision of Assistant District Attorney Cari E. Ferreiro, Director of Litigation Training. The intensive program combines courtroom observation with lectures in criminal court practice. The following is a list of the new Assistants and their law schools. Read more…
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Preston students present 9-11 memorial

More than 600 students, faculty, and staff watched as Preston High School’s Student Council president, Lissette Martinez, hung the American flag at half staff, with the help of her fellow executive officers, during the 9-11 memorial. The memorial included prayers of peace and recognized those lost on 9-11, especially the fallen members of Preston’s students, faculty, and staff. Read more…
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Nat’l Endowment honors St. Raymond’s

The National Endowment for the Humanities has announced that Saint Raymond Academy for Girls, located in Parkchester, is a 2008 Picturing America award recipient. The Picturing America program introduces citizens of every age to our nations’ history and culture by bringing great works of American art into classrooms and libraries. Read more…
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Yankee Stadium  Memory

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Klein’s Broadway trip a smash hit

Senator Jeff Klein’s Senior Appreciation Days at the Westchester Broadway Theatre were a huge hit. On September 4 and 5 Klein hosted a three-course luncheon and private viewing of the Broadway smash hit The Producers for 1000 seniors as part of his 14th annual Senior Appreciation Days. In addition, Klein provided a welcoming hour and resource fair in advance of the show. Read more…
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New Pelham Bay office building

A property owner in Pelham Bay plans to add five floors and 12,730 square feet of prime office and retail space over an existing one-story building at 3221-29 Westchester Avenue, at Colonial Avenue. Construction on the building, which is a Joel Fishman and Associates project, is expected to be complete in fall 2009. Read more…
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Some concerns persist in Country Club at stalled building site

Neighbors of five newly constructed homes in Country Club that cannot be completed due to non-compliance with zoning regulations, are getting fed up at the site’s appearance. Read more…
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Fadil B. Brija, Pelham Pkwy. resident, named to Tax Commission

Councilman James Vacca joined his colleagues on Wednesday, September 24, to vote in favor of appointing Pelham Parkway North resident Fadil B. Brija to the New York City Tax Commission. As one of seven commissioners, Brija will hear appeals from residential and commercial property owners who believe the city incorrectly assessed the value of their property, leading to higher tax bills. Read more…
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Klein helps secure shuttered restaurant

After ravenous fire destroyed much of the Neptune Inn, a once-popular City Island eatery, the site remained open to the elements, until Senator Klein prodded several city agencies to force the owner to seal the building. Read more…
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Pelham Bay painters’ work area to be removed by contractor

In what has become a protracted stay, an area set aside for work crews who were painting #6 el while in the confines of Community Board 10 may finally be removed in the next three weeks as MTA NYC-Transit move the painters further down the line. Read more…
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NEBSC celebrates member’s 102nd

Throggs Neck resident Peter Schuhmann turned 102 years old on September 26, 2008 and was given a party at the Northeast Bronx Senior Center to mark the occasion. Read more…
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Mayor Michael Bloomberg joins Jacobi Medical Center in ‘celebraton of life, light’

Jacobi had ‘A celebration of light and life’ as it cut the ribbon on the new and long anticipated Ambulatory Care Pavilion, on Wednesday, September 24 at 4 p.m. Read more…
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Bronx car dealer sentenced

A Bronx car dealership owner faces conviction for his crimes. Read more…
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Cruise the Zoo Weekend Oct. 3-5

Explore far-off places at the Bronx Zoo, using a special Zooport to chart your course to adventure on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 3 to 5 from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Cruise the Zoo and learn about wildlife and wild places, while enjoying a fun, healthy, outdoor family activity. There are free give-aways courtesy of Cruise the Zoo weekend sponsor Royal Caribbean International® while supplies last and zoo-goers can enter to win a free Royal Caribbean International® cruise. Read more…

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