September 19, 2010: 2010, Issue 37
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Bronx Times Reporter

Parkway Alliance members may get official voice

It looks like political pressure applied in order to to save Pelham Parkway’s trees may be yielding results. Comment.
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Bottle tags announce dangers of teen drinking

Adults may want to kick back with a couple of brews and enjoy one last hurrah before the end of summer, but those under 21 are warned they should not do the same. Comment.
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Morris Park student gets financial boost

If knowledge had a gate, it was about to be shut for Isabel Mauriello. Comment.
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Throggs Neck holds 9/11 memorial service

Once again on Saturday, September 11, the community will come together to remember the 9th anniversary of the World Trade Center attacks. Comment.
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Plans filed to fill void in Square

The site where six Westchester Square stores burned down last yeer is getting a new life. Comment.
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Morris Park mourns beloved baker

A local baker is being fondly remembered by the Morris Park community that has enjoyed her delicious treats for years. Comment.
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Westchester Square gets its anchor store

For Westchester Square shoppers, it’s anchors away. Comment.
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Dramatic FDNY rescue off City Island

The Fire Department’s Marine Unit made a dramatic rescue off City Island recently, pulling a man from the water who had fallen out of his dinghy in a heavy current. Comment.
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Hawkins Park renovated, rededicated

The dolphin has kept its home in Hawkins Park. Comment.

CB 4 forms “Community that Cares” program

Community Board 4 and the borough president’s office are sick and tired of violence. Comment.

School and social services, in one building

A new charter school building recently opened with a ringing school bell. Some believe the school will be ringing in hope for disadvantaged children. Comment.

Restaurants benefit from Yankee Stadium rap shows

For two nights, Yankee Stadium will host a concert by two mega-popular artists, and local businesses couldn’t be happier. Comment.
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City padlocks problematic MRI van

Nearly a year after an MRI truck began blasting its loud engine behind 1500 Mace Avenue, the city has agreed the van does not belong there. Comment.
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Resident nuts over illegal curb cuts

When Morris Park resident Christina Bonelli received a $115 parking ticket on April 30, she just knew it wasn’t right. Comment.

Children, skaters get new River Ave park

Bronxites living around Yankee Stadium now have a place for free fun and exercise, and skaters have a place to pop ollies and grind boards legally. Comment.

Senate primary down to Espada vs. Rivera

The 33rd Senate District Democratic primary, a closely-watched contest for months now, has now become a two-horse race. Comment.
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Throggs Neck bars armed with ID scanners

MAX MITCHELL Comment.
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Our Lady of Assumption taps teacher for principal job

There will be some new windows and newly painted walls, but the biggest change at Our Lady of Assumption this year is a new principal. Comment.
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Victory: Bx14 is back, in a sense

After a flood of complaints, meetings, calls, and letters, the MTA has made it clear that they have heard the complaints and are making the necessary changes. Comment.
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More peaceful year begins at P.S. 14

After last year ended in a slew of protests, rallies, and heated words, P.S. 14 looks to be starting anew. Comment.
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Young probationers tour Arthur Avenue

Visitors from all over the world come to Arthur Avenue for fine Italian food, and now even the Department of Probation is getting into the act. They recently brought young probationers to the Italian enclave to expand their horizons. Comment.

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