March 20, 2011: 2011, Issue 11
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Bronx Times Reporter

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Target May Soon Be Built in Bronx

A former USPS mail processing facility in Ferry Point has been purchased by a group of investors who may soon bring new jobs to the community. Comment.
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Heart-broken Woman Still Fighting For Her Home

Almost a year after it looked like her sham marriage would be annulled and the house she had grown up in would be returned to her, a Throggs Neck woman is still not home. Comment.
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Senator Klein Gets Bank to Clean Their Property

As a result of a legislation passed in 2009, local banks are now responsible for repairing foreclosed property that they own. Comment.
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Stolen GPS Systems Retrieved by Cop of the Month

Stolen GPS systems are becoming very common in the Bronx and the 49th Precinct took a big step in stopping the crime after a culprit was caught red-handed near the precinct. Comment.
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Watch Your Honda Carefully

It’s a bad time to drive a Honda in the northeast Bronx. Comment.
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13th annual Bronx St. Patrick’s Day parade steps off at noon on Sunday

The 13th annual Bronx St. Patrick’s Day Parade promises to be bigger and better than ever, thanks to the contributions of the parade committee and the community. Comment.
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Parade remembers quiet, everyday heros of the community

As the crowd gets ready for the upcoming 2011 Bronx St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Sunday, March 13, the festivities will serve not just as a celebration of Irish heritage and of community, but also a solemn remembrance of deceased loved-ones. Comment.
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NYC Taxi Slams Into Young Morris Park Man

A hard-working young man from Morris Park was struck by a New York City taxi after being refused a ride home to the Bronx. Comment.
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Former Pelham Bay Landfill Cleared for Use

After years of remediation, the state Department of Environmental Conservation has finally given the green light for park-goers to use the Pelham Bay Landfill for recreational purposes. Comments (1).
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$4 Gas Prices An Ugly Reality in the Bronx

A driver’s worst nightmare has officially become an ugly reality in the Bronx: gasoline prices have soared over $4. Comment.
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St. Dominic’s Supporters Fight For School’s Survival

There are three months left in the academic year, and the fight to keep St. Dominic’s School alive is coming down to the wire. Comment.

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