September 7, 2012: 2012, Issue 36
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Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2012

Pelham Parkway

Borough continues to mourn 9/11

The Bronx will remember the 11th anniversary of 9/11 with ceremonies that celebrate the lives of the 143 borough victims who died that day. One of the largest remembrances will be the annual one at Jacobi Medical Center. Read more….
Soundview

Complaints inspire fix of bumpy road off Bruckner Expressway

Exit 54 off the Bruckner Expressway was a real jerk. Read more….

Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2012

Morris Park

Calvary Hospital hosts youth bereavement camp

Calvary Hospital doesn’t just deal with those facing their final days. Read more….
Allerton

Allerton Coops tenants celebrate re-opening of community room

After five years of darkness, The Allerton Coops tenant association is finally seeing the light - in their newly reopened community room. Read more….

Monday, Sept. 10, 2012

Parkchester

Year of Respect in lesson plan for St. Raymond High School

This local Catholic high school wants everyone - especially its students - to get along. Read more….
Bronx Times Reporter

Archdiocese names Bronx schools manager

The New York Archdiocese has named BriAna Pechin as regional manager of the newly established Northwest/South Bronx region for its consolidated elementary schools. Read more….

Sunday, Sept. 9, 2012

Morris Park

Miss Columbus chosen for 2012 MP Columbus Day parade

Say hello to Miss Columbus. Read more….
Bronx Times Reporter

Truck parking law not enforced enough: pols

From the Bruckner to the Cross Bronx Expressway, gigantic trucks continue to be illegally parked on service roads or local streets overnight. Read more….
Spencer Estate

September 11th hearing on street cleaning may touch on truck parking too

While local legislators fight overnight truck parking, Community Board 10 will hold a public hearing next week to establish alternate side parking on Saturdays along a stretch where trucks often park illegally. Read more….

Saturday, Sept. 8, 2012

Bronx Times Reporter

September 13th coming down to the wire

Thousands of Bronx voters will be heading to the polls next week to pick their Albany represenatives. With an overwhelming 10-1 advantage of registered Democratics over Republicans in the Bronx Read more….
Bronx Times Reporter

53 Bronx schools placed on state’s ‘shape up or close’ list

Almost half the city’s 123 schools placed on the state’s newly released warning list need to shape up or face closure are in the Bronx. Read more….

Friday, Sept. 7, 2012

Bronx Times Reporter

Fifty dogs saved from Bronx dog fighting ring available for adoption

Show these dogs some love! Read more….
Morris Park

Metro-North informational hearing set for September 10

You can have a say in a plan to bring Metro-North commuter service to Morris Park. Read more….
Bronx Times Reporter

Animal activists fight for shelters in the Bronx and Queens

Members of New York Animal Rights Alliance are looking to rattle some cages. Read more….

Thursday, Sept. 6, 2012

Bronx Times Reporter

Bronx Puerto Rican Day Parade tax woes

If you’re thinking about giving to the Bronx Puerto Rican Day Parade, you can’t write that off your taxes. Read more….
Hunts Point

Feds sweeten pot to keep Hunts Point produce market from Garden State

With New Jersey back on the suitor’s list, the federal government just put up some mega cabbage to keep the Hunts Point Terminal Produce Market from leaving to the Garden State. Read more….
Boro Beat

Death in Rivera family shakes up primary campaign

The death of Assemblywoman Naomi Rivera’s sister and Assemblyman Jose Rivera’s daughter last Friday jolted the primary campaign on both sides. Read more….

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