May 5, 2012: 2012, Issue 18
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Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Mass transit confusion in Pelham Parkway

The bus don’t stop here no more. Read more….

Castia Maria educational trail

If you want to follow the musical legacy of the south Bronx, just follow this trail. Read more….

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Throggs Neck landlord sets the record straight

A Throggs Neck landlord for over 30 years says he has been getting “hate mail” after the closing of a favorite local watering hole. Read more….

Two to be honored by Temple Beth-El City Island

As the old popular rye bread ad went, you don’t have to be Jewish to love Levy’s. Read more….

Monday, May 7, 2012

Westchester Square Civic has grand opening

The long awaited grand opening of the Westchester Square Civic association has finally arrived. Read more….

Miles Avenue vacant property cleared

Goodbye rats and vermin. Read more….

two south Bronx complexes will see $33.8 million in renovations

Residents in more than 800 units of two south Bronx complexes will see $33.8 million in renovations to their buildings - and some good rent news too. Read more….

Sunday, May 6, 2012

Hair stylist with Morris Park roots opens store

Federico Guglielmo knows how to cut hair. What he hasn’t cut is his roots in the Morris Park community where he grew up. Read more….

Lehman College takes back the night

Every two minutes, someone in the U.S. is sexually assaulted. Read more….

St. Ray’s urban planning

Out of a local Catholic school, a metropolis will grow. Read more….

Saturday, May 5, 2012

Proposed school on Eastchester Road taken off the list bye SCA

They fought the school, and they won. Read more….

Rickety addition coming down in Pelham Parkway

An “accident waiting to happen” is finally coming down, much to the relief of folks passing by this building with wooden planks as precarious support beams. Read more….

Friday, May 4, 2012

Bronx River Parkway crash kills seven

State transportation officials moved quickly Wednesday to install taller traffic barriers along the elevated stretch of Bronx River Parkway where seven people died after their SUV plunged over a four foot guardrail. Read more….

Firefighter who donated months to 9/11 recovery efforts dies

A retired fire lieutenant from City Island who dedicated his life to fighting the good fight lost his final battle to a 9/11-related illness. Read more….

Thursday, May 3, 2012

Death Row

This stretch of road could be a Death Row in the making. Read more….

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