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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Borough-wide

Kings Harbor opens new rehab center

Kings Harbor proudly cut the ribbon on its new Tenenbaum Rehabilitation Center for orthopedic patients which should help younger patients make the transition from hospital to home smoother and safer. Read more…

Monday, March 12, 2012

Borough-wide

Turn off the Heat

The vicious murder of a young mother caught in a crossfire outside of a Hunts Point strip club has Community Board 2 and many others calling for the suspension of its liquor licence. Read more…

Sunday, March 11, 2012

Borough-wide

Tenant vacated from 1525 Sheridan Avenue finally allowed to move back in

New York Lawyers for the Public Interest recently filed suit against Chestnut Holdings, a property management company, for failing to provide vital services, control rodent infestations, and make necessary repairs to one of their buildings, located at 1520 Sheridan Avenue. Read more…

Saturday, March 10, 2012

Borough-wide

‘Peggy Braverman Way’ a go

A woman who has been compared to a local version of David Axelrod or Karl Rove when it came to mentoring young elected officials will be memorialized in a street renaming tentatively scheduled for May. Read more…

Friday, March 9, 2012

Borough-wide

CubeSmart on White Plains Road has been burglarized five times in the last month

CubeSmart,located at 1980 White Plains Road, has recently been the target of a string of robberies, and according to police, the chain storage faciliy’s response has been pretty dumb. Read more…
Borough-wide

Three caught in Wellman Avenue prostitution scam murder

Two men and a woman have been arrested for the murder of Gene “Gino” Lewis in what was apparently a internet prostitution scam. Read more…
Borough-wide

14th annual Throggs Neck St. Patrick’s parade steps off noon on Sunday

The 14th annual Throggs Neck St. Patrick’s Parade steps off at noon at E. Tremont and Lafayette avenues on Sunday, March 11, with a sea of green spectators and participants expected along the parade route. Read more…

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Borough-wide

Westchester Square BID approved in 48-0 City Council vote

The Westchester Square Business Improvement District was approved by the full New York City Council in a unanimous vote on Wednesday, February 29. Read more…
Borough-wide

Hunts Point Produce Terminal Market lease term negotiations extended

The Hunts Point Produce Terminal Produce Market is still set for a long-term stay in the Bronx, thanks to a 90-day negotiation extension between New York City officials. Read more…
Borough-wide

New ramps installed at 3555 Bruckner Boulevard

If it’s broke, it will be fixed. That is the motto for the recently formed Tenant Association at 3555 Bruckner Boulevard. Read more…
Borough-wide

Eight arrested in $2 million Mace Avenue gambling bust

Indictments against three Bronxites and seven individuals total were unsealed in Bronx Supreme Court in what is being called a “quality” gambling bust on Mace Avenue. Read more…

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