April 2, 2009: 2009, Issue 14
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Thursday, April 2, 2009

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Owner set to build

The area of White Plains Road, destroyed by a devastating three-alarm fire last year, is preparing to break ground for construction this week. Comment.
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A good ‘tude lands a job

By Mariana Ayerbe Comment.
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A-N-M Beauty wins battle to remain open

After the almost certain eviction of A-N-M Beauty Supply & Variety Store, the popular East Tremont store will continue to service Throggs Neck until 2011. Comment.
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Bronx River Arts Center offers classes

The Bronx River Art Center, located at 1087 East Tremont Avenue, announces its 2009 Spring session of free art classes for youth, teens and young adults ages 9 to 21. Youth Classes are held Mon. to Fri., 4 to 6 pm and Sat., 1:30 to 4:30 pm. Comment.
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TN’er hits home run building new Yankee Stadium

As a lifelong Yankees fan, Joe Byrne has always looked forward to Opening Day in the Bronx, having attended the last 25 straight home openers, and several others before that. Comment.
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Burglars target Asian-owned businesses

A rash of nighttime burglaries in the 45th Precinct may be targeting Asian-owned businesses. Comment.

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

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Morris Park businesses counsel veterans

Many veterans come home to no home. On Monday, February 2, volunteers Johnnie Williams and Carmine Mezzacappa organized a Veterans Helping Veterans real estate symposium for patients at the James J. Peters VA Medical Center on Kingsbridge Road. Comment.
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Vacca proposes tech grants for private schools

Councilman Jimmy Vacca held out hope that Mayor Bloomberg would change budget rules forbidding members of the City Council from allocating discretionary funds for technology improvements at Catholic and private schools. Comment.
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DOT: ‘No’ St. Theresa stop sign

Pelham Bay resident Frank Tranchese, St. Theresa School principal Josephine Fanelli and Senator Jeffrey Klein asked the city’s Department of Transportation for stop signs where St. Theresa Avenue meets Pilgrim Avenue. Motorists careen down St. Theresa from Westchester Avenue. School children and elderly churchgoers use the street. Tranchese collected more than 300 signatures. Comment.
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NYBG plans renovation of Waring gate

The New York Botanical Garden is in the early stages of plans for a new and improved pathway leading in from the Waring Avenue entry gate. Comment.
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BCC Foundation to host gala

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