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Bronx Times Reporter

Thursday, Sept. 30, 2010


Fancy Feet celebrates 30 years

Calling all dancers! Fancy Feet Dance Studio is celebrating 30 years of teaching dance to children and adults. Read more…

Car crash sends mailbox soaring

On Monday, September 27, Lasting Impressions Photography & Video, on Westchester Avenue, witnessed a new definition of air-mail. Read more…

Westchester Square docs take aim at asthma

It’s a problem that reaches staggering proportions in some areas of the Bronx, and on Thursday, September 23 it led leaders of the pharmaceutical industry to Westchester Square Medical Center to tout treatment developments. Read more…

19 summonses issued to naughty trucks

Captain Green of the 45th Precinct is wasting no time in ticketing trucks parked illegally on residential streets. The problem has plagued Throggs Neck for decades, residents say. Read more…

CEC 11 dives into rezoning project


Charter school takes Solace in new space

The Bronx Charter School of Excellence has grown too big for its building, and as a result has opened up a new middle school facility in the Morris Park area. Read more…

Spencer Estate cop hero remembered

A NY-NJ Port Authority police officer and teacher at Lehman High School, Dominick Pezzulo was remembered fondly as the community came together to name a green space after him. Read more…

Volunteers get patriotic: finish flag mural on 9/11

The Vacca Volunteer Corps. finished a repainting job on an American Flag mural in Morris Park on September 11, making the group’s latest effort a symbolic gesture. Read more…

Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2010


Owen Dolen reconstruction bids out

Plans for the reconstruction of Owen Dolen Park are closer to being realized. Read more…

Missing Bronx girl found safe in Brooklyn

A missing girl from the Throggs Neck Houses was returned to her family after she had been missing for almost a week. The experience was quite an ordeal for the girl and her family. Read more…

Zerega house is finally graffiti-free

After several years of having her house tagged by graffiti vandals, Joanna Bimonte had enough. Read more…

Teen caught in attempted little league heist

A Throggs Neck teen was caught last week trying to break into the Throgs Neck Little League building. Read more…

Pompeii may lose assembly permit

Pompeii Lounge, the subject of ongoing investigations by numerous city agencies, may soon lose its assembly permit. Read more…

Villa Maria celebrates 125 years

This year’s International Day of Peace celebration had a little more meaning for the students and faculty at Villa Maria Academy. Read more…

TNCAP continues to fight underage drinking

Although the check is in the bank and the pilot program to cut down on underage drinking in Throggs Neck is complete, the fight is far from over. Read more…

Theft of tires and rims rising

The 49th Precinct is warning those who have expensive tires and rims on their cars: theft of these, and of some vans, is on the rise. Read more…

Halperin Ave warehouse was site of NYPD sting

It sounds like something from an episode of The Wire. Read more…

Childhood pals rally for Vietnam vet’s honor

When his old crew realized that Peter Wiesneifski’s name was missing from the Van Nest Vietnam memorial, they jumped on the case. Read more…

Morris Park gears up for Columbus Day Parade

A Morris Park favorite, the Bronx Columbus Day Parade approaches and everyone is thrilled, from residents to students, and even out-of-towners. Read more…

Community music man passes away

Some are likening it to “the day the music died.” Read more…

9/11 remembrance at courthouse

It was a solemn time to remember the borough’s Twin Towers victims, free of the controversy surrounding the redevelopment of Ground Zero. Read more…

Pesky police parking raises ire

Off-duty police officers continue to park illegally. Now the problem is occurring in Co-op City. Read more…

Bronx Chamber to honor five at annual gala

Five key individuals have worked to enhance the borough’s business community, and they aren’t going to go unnoticed. Read more…

Ferry Point drivers target two problem areas

If you live in Ferry Point, you’ve come to know all too well the early morning traffic misery on Brush Avenue. Read more…

Sayonara to noisy MRI van

For the first time in nearly a year, Ana Giardullo and her family got a great night’s sleep. Read more…
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