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Bronx Times Reporter

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Borough-wide

NE Bronx Association brings back Block Watch

The Northeast Bronx Association is hoping to keep the community safe and decrease quality-of-life crimes by assisting the 49th Precinct through the revitalization of their Block Watch program. Read more…
Borough-wide

Cong. Crowley joins the Rockin’ Bull Dogs

Congressman Joseph Crowley joined the Rockin’ Bull Dogs at P.S. 83, to help raise awareness of the importance of musical education in students’ lives. Read more…
Borough-wide

Deja vu prompts concerns

After undergoing a renovation into a restaurant, Café Déjà vu has recently stirred concert from residents, who feel its former problems are resurfacing. Read more…
Borough-wide

49th: Prostitutes keep out

Some call prostitution a victimless crime. Not Joe Thompson. According to Thompson, prostitution on White Plains Road is a threat. Read more…
Borough-wide

Senior sees his way clear

When John Zullo stopped his car to clean his eyeglasses, a traffic agent issued him a $115 double-parking ticket. The elderly Morris Park resident fought the summons in court, and on April 29 an administrative judge threw out the ticket. Read more…
Borough-wide

Benedetto conducts district tour

Assemblyman Michael Benedetto, in a continuing effort to stay in contact with the constituents he represents, conducted a walking tour of his entire assembly district on Saturday, May 2. This was the second time the assemblyman has done the district-wide tour. Read more…
Borough-wide

Benedetto grant to enhance Westchester Square

Assemblyman Michael Benedetto joined community and business leaders to present a grant that is expected to go a long way in the ongoing revitalization of Westchester Square. Read more…
Borough-wide

CB 10 asks Army Corps to dredge Hammond Cove

When was the last time anyone dredged Hammond Cove, home to the Locust Point Yacht Club, the Stepping Stone Yacht Club, the Bait Shack and the Ice House Cafe? Never. Read more…
Borough-wide

Mural dedicated to deceased teen

Friends and family honored a youth who passed away on January 30 with a mural painted by Manhattan artist Ray Jerez on a wall near the corner of Layton and Vincent avenues. Read more…
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