December 30, 2011: 2011, Issue 52
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Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2012

Staff outraged as Bronxdale High School principal stays on after “inappropriate sexual comments”

Faculty and staff at the Christopher Columbus Educational Campus are outraged by a recent decision on a sexual complaint. Comment.

Four Organizations Receive Contracts To Implement Department of Probation/Young Men’s Initiative Programs in the Bronx

The Department of Probation has named the four organizations that will implement the Bronx portion of a pair of city-wide programs aimed at helping young men in the criminal justice system. Comment.

Monday, Jan. 2, 2012

Two Bronx Arts Programs Win $35K Awards

Two Bronx arts organizations are $35,000 richer after being named winners of Union Square Arts Awards. Comment.

Einstein children get donations for Holiday cheer

Children’s faces were brightened at Einstein with a holiday party that was made possible through the generosity of local community organizations. Comment.

Sunday, Jan. 1, 2012

St. Frances de Chantal students explore tobacco ads

St. Frances de Chantal eighth graders worked with the Archdiocese Drug Abuse Prevention Program to raise awareness of the affects of tobacco advertising on youth in the community. Comment.

TNCAP tags bottles with Lehman students to curb underage drinking

The Throggs Neck Community Action Partnership has been tagging bottles for years, to curb teen drinking. But for the first time, some teenagers actually have joined in. Comment.

Saturday, Dec. 31, 2011

Acacia Network Celebrates Vets

Acacia Network, a chain of Bronx-based health care providers, counts 34 veterans among is 8,000 clients and several more among its staff. And on Veterans Day, Acacia’s management held a ceremony to honor every single one. Comment.

Friday, Dec. 30, 2011

Sheridan Avenue residents take landlord to court of lack of gas service

Sheridan Avenue residents, frustrated with the lack of gas in their building since August, have taken their landlord to court. Comment.

Traffic calming in Pelham Bay

Traffic calming signage installed in Pelham Bay at a speeding and accident-prone highway exit will make a stretch of the Hutch service road and Pelham Parkway South safer claims the NYC Department of Transportation. Comments (1).

Thursday, Dec. 29, 2011

Co-op City

Co-op City post offices remain open, for now

The delayed closings of Co-op City’s post offices are providing the community more time to reverse the United States Postal Service decision. Comment.

Judge Allows state to remove Soundview Health Center from Medicaid

The lawsuit to keep Soundview Health Center in New York State’s Medicaid program has hit a dead end. Comments (2).
Morris Park

Big Deal supermarket expands

Morris Park’s primary supermarket is showing appreciation to its customers with major renovations and an expansion. Comments (1).

Wednesday, Dec. 28, 2011

Tragic crash claims life

In a tragic crash, a young woman perished on the Bruckner Expressway early Thursday morning. Comment.

Trump to operate Ferry Point Park golf course

The Bronx’s newest golf course will be run by The Donald. Comments (2).

Tragic crash claims life

In a tragic crash, a young woman perished on the Bruckner Expressway early Thursday morning. Comment.

Verizon outage affects 2300

Approximately 2300 Verizon customers have been without service for varying periods of time, with many still without service as of press time, due to a Owen Dolen Park work crew’s severing five large telecommunication cables and badly damaging two others on the evening of Wednesday, December 7, at Lane and Benson streets, said Verizon spokesman John Bonomo.. Comment.

Trump to operate Ferry Point Park golf course

The Bronx’s newest golf course will be run by The Donald. Comments (1).

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