May 22, 2011: 2011, Issue 20
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Bronx Week 2011 bigger and better than ever

The Empire State Building will shine for the Bronx during Bronx Week 2011. Comment.
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49th Precinct Nabs Rim Theives

After months of countless rim and tire thefts, the 49th Precinct finally caught the pesky thieves red-handed. Comment.
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CB 10 Votes ‘No’ on Pompeii’s Booze Aplication

Community Board 10’s economic development committee is officially on the record: No liquor license renewal for Pompeii. Comment.
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Conti’s welcomes Van Nest Academy students

Conti’s Pastry Shoppe welcomed youngsters from the Van Nest Academy to learn about baking. Comment.
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Ladder 53 again could face axe

Every time it looks like Ladder Company 53 is about to get the axe, it never falls, but this year’s budget may finally bring it down. Comment.
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Brush Avenue Needs Traffic Relief Now

Whoever moves in to the space formerly occupied by the United States Postal Service will most likely want traffic in the area reconfigured for easier access. Comment.
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Hudson Valley Bank opens in Hutch Metro

Hudson Valley Bank has opened a new branch to serve the Hutchinson Metro Center and its many businesses. Comment.
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City Island Family Starts Alabama Tornado Relief Effort

A generous City Island family is doing their best to help those who lost everything in Alabama. Comment.
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Senior housing to get $9 million in improvements

It took several years, but seniors at a housing complex that’s been going through a rough patch may finally be seeing their building turn the corner. Comment.
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A-1 Food Distributors part of new campaign

The owner of A-1 Food Distributors has found himself in the limelight. Comment.
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49th Precinct Planning 10th Anniversary of 9/11 Run

The most tragic day in New York City history is approaching its 10th anniversary, and the 49th Precinct is making sure they honor it in the biggest way yet. Comment.

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