January 16, 2011: 2011, Issue 2
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Saturday, Jan. 15, 2011

Bronx courthouse not fit for occopancy

One of the Bronx’ newest buildings may be unsafe after only two years of being open to the public. Comment.

12-year old girl still missing after a month-long search

Jocelyn Thomas was last seen in or near a Norwood school on Tuesday, November 30 and is still missing after more than a month of searching by police, friends and relatives. Comments (1).
Bronx Times Reporter

2011 Winter Swimming Programs for Kids and Adults at Maritime College

Winter is a great time to learn to swim, brush up on your swimming skills, or just enjoy a dip in the pool! Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

SoBRO to develop Mott Haven hote

Plans to build a hotel in Mott Haven creates the possibility of new job opportunities in an improving economy. Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

Father and son shot followng New Year’s Eve dispute

A New Year’s Eve argument sent a father and son to the hospital with gunshot wounds, and the police on the hunt for the perpetrator. Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

Street re-naming for Pelham Gardens activist

An important figure in the Pelham Gardens community will be given a wonderful neighborhood honor this spring for his years of community service. Comment.

Bronx BP salutes successful year in business

A year after Bronx businesses gathered for their first summit, business leaders gathered again to celebrate a year of growth and job stimulation. Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

Stadium Avenue named after Ranieri

Al Ranieri, a longtime civic activist, will be memorialized with a street naming in Spencer Estate. Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

Grand marshals named for St. Patrick’s Day Parade

The grand marshals and honored clergy have been named for the 13th annual Bronx St. Patrick’s Day Parade to be held in Throggs Neck in March. Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

Liu rejects Pelham Parkway 911 call center contract

The 911 Call Center currently under construction off Pelham Parkway and Stillwell Avenue could experience a major delay. Comment.

World champ bring boxing, MMA to Westchester Square

A former boxing world champion is bringing his favorite sport, and some new ones, to Westchester Square. Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

BRONX STILL ANGRY OVER SNOW

Bronx residents are still seething over the mayor’s snow removal efforts one week after the major blizzard. Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

Van Nest bank to open this spring

After 15 years, a part of Morris Park Avenue will once again have a full-service bank. Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

Foreclosed Pelham Bay property cleaned up

Another foreclosed property left in disrepair has been cleaned up. Comment.

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