February 28, 2011: 2011, Issue 9
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Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Ruben Diaz Jr. State of the Borough Speech

The fight for a “greener” borough, better living wages, economic development and elimination of PCBs in schools are only a few issues the borough president plans to tackle in 2011. Comment.

Monday, Feb. 28, 2011

West Farms May Soon Be Rezoned

West Farms may be the future site of thousands of brand new apartments and shops now that a developmental group has purchased a large parcel of land. Comment.

VA Medical Center Continues Valentine’s Day Tradition

Everybody deserves a Valentine, especially those who fought hard for our country during years of war. Comment.

Private Information At Risk After Hospital Files Were Stolen

Letters were sent out to patients whose personal hospital records might have been stolen. Comment.

Fernando Cabrera Fights For Tenants

Tenants throughout the borough may soon have a way to determine their rights simply by looking at a posting within their building. Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

Additional $2 million to fix potholes

Bronx Times Reporter

Saturday Power Outages Strike Again

Power outages are becoming a common Saturday event this winter in the northeast Bronx. Comment.

Orchard Beach to Finally Get a Facelift

The last time Orchard Beach received a new load of sand, the Beatles had just released their first album in the United States, Muhammed Ali was the brand new heavyweight champ and the civil rights movement was in full swing. Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

Joe O’Grady to Be Remembered With Comedy Show

When thinking about what kind of event her late husband Joe O’Grady would want to have in his memory, his wife thought of his two passions; sports and comedy. Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

Murder Case Finally Solved

A reputed mob associate has been convicted of a grisly 1999 murder in a Throggs Neck bar that prosecutors said was a case of mistaken identity. Comment.

Mercy welcomes Veterans

Mercy College is welcoming returning veterans who want to take advantage of the new G.I. Bill with open arms. Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

Ladder 53, once again, fair game

After thinking they werebelieving it was in the clear, it appears that Ladder 53 might once again be on the chopping block. Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

Community mourns Kunik passing

The Van Nest and Morris Park community has suffered a supreme and unexpected loss. Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

CB 10 to hold hearing on Brush Avenue parking regs

The Ferry Point community has dealt with traffic jams on Brush Avenue for years but now may finally get some relief. Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

Beverly Hills, Not Where You Want To Be

Local businesses often forget that there is a New York City law regulating the placement of merchandise on the sidewalk outside their stores. Comment.

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