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Wednesday, Dec. 24, 2008

Bronx Times Reporter

POLICE BLOTTER

40th PCT. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Mt. St. Ursula holds blood drive

The Academy of Mount St. Ursula helped save lives by hosting their 2nd Annual Blood Drive last month for students, faculty, and staff. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Pastry in Pt. Morris goes ‘puff’

Port Morris is for furniture movers. Port Morris is for oil tanks. Port Morris is for the Bx33 bus. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Virtual rehabilitation introduced at Beth Abraham rehab

Beth Abraham has renovated their short-term rehabilitation unit and is introducing innovative technology to increase patient recovery. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Lone hound, recently abandoned, needs warm home

Carol Kreidemaker collects strays. Puppies. Kittens. Rabbits. Roosters. She’s a master trapper and nurturer. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Two schools rise on schedule

After residents vigorously fought against plans for a high school at the location of a former perfume factory on Bronxdale and Van Nest avenues, a new building that will house two different K-8 schools – one a charter school and the other a district public school – is rising at the location. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Edgewater Pk. fights to keep Bx8 Sunday service

A petition that has garnered over 600 signatures in favor of keeping the Bx8 bus operating on Sundays in the wake of scheduled MTA cuts was presented to Assemblyman Michael Benedetto and Councilman Jimmy Vacca on Saturday, December 20. Read more…
Borough-wide

CB 7 promotes Lehman for job training

On December 1, Mayor Bloomberg announced the expansion of free job placement services through New York City’s Workforce1 Career Centers. These centers are located throughout the five boroughs to help New York City residents find and prepare for employment. Read more…
Borough-wide

Bronx youth host food drive for POTS

The students of P 186 are making a difference in the community by organizing a food drive to help aid the hungry throughout the Bronx. Read more…
Borough-wide

Crown Acquisitions buys Westchester Ave. stores

One of the most active investors nationwide in the development of retail real estate property, and a presence in the Bronx and outer boroughs for three generations, Crown Acquisitions has purchased more retail space along Westchester Avenue. Read more…
Borough-wide

Archbishop Stepinac inducts 19 into St. Thomas More Chapter of NHS

Archbishop Stepinac High School recently inducted 19 of its students into the St. Thomas More Chapter of the National Honor Society at a special candlelight ceremony. Read more…
Borough-wide

NY Fraternal Order of Police brings toys to Easter Seals

In what has become an annual tradition at Easter Seals New York Bronx Child Development Center, the New York State Fraternal Order of Police gave out holiday gifts to disabled and special needs kids, ages two to five. Read more…
Borough-wide

‘First Lady’ of Arthur Ave. leaves a legacy

The Bronx gathered on Wednesday, December 17, at Our Lady of Mount Carmel, 627 E. 187th Street, to mourn the passing of the ‘first lady’ of Arthur Avenue, Mama Rose Bochino Migliucci. Read more…

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