November 14, 2010: 2010, Issue 45
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Sunday, Nov. 14, 2010

City brings oysters to Soundview

The city now has some little helpers in the fight to restore the water and marine habitats in the New York Harbor. Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

Aldi comes to Pelham Gardens

Shoppers in Pelham Gardens will no longer need to leave the neighborhood to do their grocery shopping. Comment.

Art show brings classy blend to Bronx

It’s old meets new and uptown meets downtown atthe new exhibit planned for the Gallery Lounge, 26 Bruckner Boulevard. Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

St. Lucy students brighten school with garden

When spring starts next year, students at St. Lucy’s School will literally be able to stop and smell the flowers. Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

Country Club not blown away by Bx24 approval

The Bx24 has been approved by the MTA, but not everyone is happy with the new route. Comment.

Friday, Nov. 12, 2010

Bronx Times Reporter

15th annual Turkey Trot on November 20

Everybody start trotting! Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

Parkway Advocates hold 1st fundraiser

The Pelham Parkway Preservation Alliance held its first fundraiser, and organizers hope the organization that has been fighting to preserve Pelham Parkway’s trees can become a permanent non-profit to advocate for the parkway. Comment.

Lehman College tops off new science building

Lehman College officials held an official topping out ceremony for the college’s new science building, joining with members of the borough’s city council delegation to thank them for providing funding for a rooftop greenhouse that will sit atop the $70 million project. Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

P.S 14’s grades drop drastically

P.S. 14’s grades have fallen below the bottom of the district and many are looking to the top for the reasons why. Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

P.S. 105 tops in recycling drink pouches

P.S. 105 is one of the top schools when it comes to collecting drink pouches for recycling. Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

27th annual Throggs Neck Halloween Parade a success

The 27th annual Throggs Neck Halloween Parade benefited from great weather on Saturday, October 30. Comment.

Diaz calls for National Guard at Muller

The Muller Army Reserve Center will become home to a National Guard brigade instead of a homeless shelter, if borough leaders have their way. Comment.

HPD to inspect Millbank properties

Apartment houses in a portfolio that city officials said have troubled living conditions due to building code violations are now undergoing roof to cellar inspections. Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

Throggs Neck Veterans Parade honors 4 WWII heros

Members of the “greatest generation” will be honored at the Throggs Neck Veterans Day parade on Sunday, November 14. Comment.

Seven indicted in alleged gay attacks

In the latest twist in alleged bias torture attacks against gays in Morris Heights, seven people have been indicted. Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

Benedetto donates school supplies

Assemblyman Michael Benedetto made a donation of school supplies to a Pelham Bay school for children with special needs Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

Bronx Chamber holds 5th annual domestic violence awareness luncheon

Putting an end to domestic violence isn’t just about being safe at home. It is about being safe on the job too. Comment.

P.S. 94 opens new annex

A school in Norwood will now have enough space for community children as a brand new annex building opens. Comment.

Afterschool Innovator

The kids at Jordan K. Mott Middle School should be jumping for joy. Comment.

Astor Services opens youth center

Parents of children in Highbridge will now have increased options when it comes to finding mental health consoling that focuses on their child’s strengths. Comment.

ARTfarm blooms in Concourse

Is it a stair case? A a small farm? Or a piece of art? Comment.

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