Friday, Oct. 2, 2009

Bronx Times Reporter

Hutch Metro signs 51,000 s.f. of medical office leases

Building on its reputation as the location for medical practices in the New York Metro Area, the Hutchinson Metro Center has announced 51,000 square feet of new leases for medical office space at the 42-acre campus in the Bronx. Read more…
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P.S. 89 accepting registration

P.S. 89 has space available for more students, and area parents are being called on to fill the gap and enroll their children. Read more…
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49th makes gun arrest

The 49th Precinct has taken another gun off the streets with a recent arrest. Read more…
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Post Office fight

Senator Jeff Klein took a stand for the Van Nest community and the Bronx during the Postal Regulatory Commission public hearing,. Read more…
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Hit with termination fees

A Throggs Neck man was in for a surprise when he decided to change TV providers – his contract was being renewed every time he received new equipment for his television, binding him to two more years with the same carrier. Read more…
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Fall swimming programs at SUNY Maritime

Summer may be coming to a close, but it’s time kids and adults to dive into SUNY Maritime’s fall swimming programs. Read more…
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BronxTalk to celebrate its 15th aniversary

BronxTalk will be celebrating its 15th anniversary on Monday, October 5, with a special one-hour program from 9 to 10 p.m. Read more…
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Lehman College’s president accepts S. Korean degree

Dr. Ricardo R. Fernández began his twentieth year as president of Lehman College with a trip to South Korea to accept an honorary doctorate in education from one of Lehman’s new international partners, Sungshin Women’s University. Read more…


40th PCT. Read more…

Farrand Building sold

The Farrand Building is the latest piece of what was Our Lady of Mercy Medical Center to become part of the Montefiore family. Read more…

Elevator outage in Morris Heights

Tenants at 1750 Sedgwick Avenue in Morris Heights are livid at management over broken elevators. Read more…

Parks removes 22 tree stumps

From now on it will be smooth walking for residents of Woodlawn. Read more…

Riverdale address brings Kingsbridge a mess

The developer of a large residential building on the border of Riverdale and Kingsbridge boasts a Riverdale Avenue address but wants to roll 150 cars down Irwin Avenue in Kingsbridge. Read more…

Parents protest P.S. 111 share plan

P.S. 111 is beginning to resemble a Wild West town. Too small for the both of us, and destined for a showdown. Read more…

Sen. Diaz funds Mott Hall V SMART boards

Months ago, Senator Ruben Diaz had no idea what a SMART Board was. Today, Diaz is determined to put SMART Boards in classrooms throughout the 32nd Senate District: Soundview, Castle Hill, Hunts Point, Longwood, Parkchester and west Pelham Parkway. Read more…

AFL-CIO prez visits armory

Union boss Richard Trumka stopped at Kingsbridge Road and Reservoir Avenue on Tuesday, September 22 to buttress the Kingsbridge Armory Redevelopment Alliance (KARA) in its quest for a community benefits agreement. Read more…

Midnight trysts disturb street

When Bernice Zap and her husband found a red light fixed to a tree on Davison Avenue, the elderly couple wasn’t sure whether to laugh or cry. There was something funny about the light, something ludicrous. But the prostitution problem on Davidson Avenue between Kingsbridge Road and E. 192nd Street is no joke. Read more…

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