January 6, 2012: 2012, Issue 1
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Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2012

49th Precinct Council Food Drive a Success

By Patrick Rocchio Comment.

Sunday, Jan. 8, 2012

Former P.S. 51 site to undergo enviormental cleanup

The saga of TCE contamination at the former site of P.S. 51 may be coming to an end, at least for the building. But the concerns of parents may go on indefinitely. Comment.

By Patrick Rocchio Comment.

Saturday, Jan. 7, 2012

Verizon phone outage almost over, source found

The phone outage effecting over 2,300 Verizon customers in Throggs Neck and Pelham Bay during the holiday season appears to have originated during the removal of an old power conduit under Owen Dolen Park. Comment.

Friday, Jan. 6, 2012

Throggs Neck couple has New York City’s first baby of 2012

The first new New Yorker of 2012 is a Bronxite. Comments (1).

Bronx Vibe clothes promote borough pride through fashion

Clothing is fast becoming the most popular way to show Bronx pride. Comment.

Thursday, Jan. 5, 2012

Public Advocate releases Landlord Watch List, Elliot Place building is tops in Bronx

Best and worst are often subjective terms, but when it comes to landlords and residential buildings, Public Advocate Bill de Blasio’s office has a strict criteria for judging the worst, and on Tuesday, December 27, it announced the buildings and landlords in the Bronx that have earned the title. Comment.

Former P.S. 51 site to undergo enviormental cleanup

The saga of TCE contamination at the former site of P.S. 51 may be coming to an end, at least for the building. But the concerns of parents may go on indefinitely. Comment.

Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2012

Car Jacked in Throggs Neck, with kids in back seat

A trip to drop off supplies to a local hair salon almost became a New Year’s Eve tragedy. Comment.
Pelham Bay

Residents of 3555 Bruckner celebrate return of gas service

Now they’re cooking with gas. Comment.

Thursday, Dec. 22, 2011

Childhood Obesity rates tumble in borough, city

P.S. 218’s salad bar was the scene of an announcement that the entire city has seen a drop in childhood obesity rates, with the largest decline among five and six year olds. Comment.

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