September 26, 2010: 2010, Issue 38
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Thursday, Sept. 23, 2010

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Throggs Neck remembers 9/11 victims

As the sun set on the Bronx Saturday, September 11, the Throggs Neck community remembered that fateful day nine years earlier. Comment.
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Jacobi community remembers 9/11

Jacobi Medical Center paid tribute to fallen community members at its annual 9/11 memorial event at The Memorial Garden. Comment.
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Historic stone mill restored

One of the city’s most historic buildings is once again open for business. Comment.
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HHC cuts include 23 layoffs at Jacobi

As part of citywide cuts, 23 grounds crew workers at Jacobi Hospital are losing their jobs. Comment.

Bronx Chamber honors Hispanic leaders

For the first time ever, the Bronx Chamber of Commerce will be celebrating the borough’s Latin roots. Comment.
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Hutchinson gas stations slash unfair prices

Two gas stations near Lehman High School have finally agreed to lower their infamous high prices, and locals are cheering. Comment.
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Lehman HS football pushing for 30 yards of land

Everyone involved with the football program at Lehman High School is fed up with having an unusable field, and some are scrambling to do something about it before the school moves forward with a renovation plan. Comment.
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Dangerous little league fence removed

Throgs Neck Little League is safe now, but the Green Monster of Throggs Neck was more dangerous than anyone had imaged. Comment.
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Morris Park to welcome NJ ‘housewife’

One of the Jersey ‘housewives’ is coming to Morris Park, and reality show TV fanatics couldn’t be more excited. Comment.

Emotional opening day at Eagle Academy

The Eagle Academy for Young Men has been around for six years, but it never had its own school building. Until now. Comment.
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5th annual Dawson Memorial Walk approaches

The 5th annual Ian Dawson Memorial Walk, which seeks to raise awareness about the hazards of drunk driving, will be held Saturday, September 25. Comment.
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LaSalle Bakery serves up cupcakes for a cause

LaSalle Bakery’s cupcakes not only satisfy your stomach, but your heart as well. Comment.
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Chamber’s annual dinner approaches

The eighth annual Bronx Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet is more than a month away, but tickets are selling out quickly. Comment.
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Big names, crowds expected at Bronx car show

Big cars and big names are coming to the 10th Annual Orchard Beach Car Show. Comment.
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Cake classes coming to Westchester Square

Borough residents will be able to have cake wars of their own now that a Westchester Square business is offering cake decorating classes. Comments (1).

Parkchester still fighting for Bx14 service

Residents of Parkchester are not giving up on getting their Bx14 bus back. Comment.
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Low turnout, but high donations at 9/11 race

Although attendance was down at the 49th Precinct’s Annual 9/11 Memorial 5k Run this year, donations were not, thanks to the generosity of those that came. Comment.
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City Islander sells bags with a message

A City Island resident is helping the needy in Africa by selling her handy bags on the Internet. Comment.

Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2010

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Throggs Neck film wins festival’s horror prize

The Krackoon from Throggs Neck invaded New York City, and it conquered. Comment.

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