December 19, 2010: 2010, Issue 50
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Thursday, Dec. 16, 2010

Harrison Circle opens amid fanfare

Millions of dollars invested in a new building that will provide senior housing, a new health center and retail space is surely a cause for celebration. Comment.

Wednesday, Dec. 15, 2010

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Street named after Walker

With his children, grandchildren and family in attendance, a portion of the entrance road to Edgewater Park was named in honor of the cooperative’s late manager. Comment.
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Pompeii owner on the defensive

Pompeii Lounge has been operating in Waterbury-LaSalle since the summer of 2009, and seems to have drawn little praise from the community. Comment.
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Throggs Neck tree lighting a success

Throggs Neck’s annual Christmas tree lighting and visit from Santa drew a larger than expected crowd into what has grown into one of the community’s most anticipated events. Comment.
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NY Botanical Garden p.r. man retires

Karl Lauby helped turn the New York Botanical Garden into one of the city’s most sought after destinations. Comment.
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Van Nest rallies for St. Dom

With the Archdiocese of New York looking to close St. Dominic School, students, parents, teachers and alumni took to the streets tto keep it open. Comment.
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DOE to close Columbus High School

The Department of Education has released a proposal for the phase-out and replacement of Christopher Columbus High School and Global Enterprise High School. Comment.
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Churches, schools see generousity after break-ins

Although a half-dozen Bronx churches wexperienced robberies around Thanksgiving, the holidays have not been all bad for the parishes. Comment.

Bronx Chamber brings cheer and toys to the needy

Tis the season for the Bronx Chamber toy drive. Comment.
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BronxNet’s Open on Arthur Avenue

BronxNet’s OPEN magazine show filmed live from the Arthur Avenue Market in an amazing and colorful tour of its Italian food vendors. Comment.
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Support continues with second WS BID public hearing

The property owners have spoken and they are in favor of a business improvement district in Westchester Square. Comment.
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Shrubs planted to stop dog waste

Members of the First Luthern Church of Throggs Neck are hoping newly planted bushes will help the lawn along Bruckner Boulevard stay green. Comment.
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Elderly innocent bystander injured in shooting

One Pelham Parkway South resident suffered from being at the wrong place, at the wrong time this holidays. Comment.

Fire rocks Mt. Eden apartment buidling

A fire that started at about 10 p.m. on Friday, November 26, ripped through a five-story apartment building at 131 E. 169th St., killing one man and sending seven to the hospital. Comment.
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Co-op City teens publish cookbook

Teens in Building 18 in Co-op City have collected some of their parents, family members, and friends best recipes to raise money for a cultural enrichment program that may take them to Europe. Comment.
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Vacca’s Classic Book and Movie Drive delivers

Councilman Jimmy Vacca’s drive to bring books and other media to community organizations, schools, and senior centers has delivered. Comment.

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