May 31, 2012: 2012, Issue 22
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Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Morris Park

P.S. 108, staple in Morris Park, turns 75

BY DAVID CRUZ Read more….
Throggs Neck

‘No Place for Hate’

These students want the neighborhood to know their school is no place for hate. Read more….
Pelham Parkway

Bronx House after school program students are learning what having a ‘green thumb’ is all about

These Bronx students are taking eating healthy to a whole new level. Read more….

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Grand Concourse

‘Jeter Meter’ brings fans and community together

The Jeter Meter is back! Read more….
Morris Park

Con Edison worker in Van Nest honored for heroic deeds during fire at 726 Van Nest avenue in April

It takes a special kind of person to run into a burning building when everyone else is running out. Read more….

Monday, June 4, 2012

Westchester Square

Morris Park man sets White Castle ‘Belly Bombs’ Record

This guy definitely earns flight wings for belly bomber runs. Read more….
Fordham South

Checkers set to open on Southern Boulevard

Although the owner of new Checker’s fast food eatery on Southern Blvd. is proud of his new business, he’ll take a pass on a taste test. Read more….
Throggs Neck

These texts don’t rate a LOL

There’s a flood of texts that teens are sending back and forth these days on their cell phones, computers and tablets. Read more….

Sunday, June 3, 2012

Throggs Neck

P.S. 304 speaks up for Autism

Autism Speaks, as the official motto goes, and this local school did its part to listen. Read more….
Co-op City

Normal life awaits stroke victims at WCMC

A newly renovated apartment at Workmen’s Circle Multicare Center can change someone’s life. Read more….

Saturday, June 2, 2012

Morris Park

Park attracting vandals gets okay to close by NYC Parks Department

Matthews-Muliner Park will officially close at 7 p.m., and you can thank the power of the people. Read more….
Fordham North

Bringing Monet’s Giverny garden to NYBG

To painter Claude Monet, his garden in France was his muse. Now you can visit that garden. Read more….
Fordham North

EMT’s lauded for life-saving efforts for Arthur Avenue man

One Arthur Avenue man lived to see another day, and got to thank the EMTs who made that day possible. Read more….
Grand Concourse

No smoking here, please

Smokers, butt out. Read more….

Friday, June 1, 2012

Castle Hill

Banco Popular goes bilingual to include larger demographic

Don’t call it Banco Popular. Read more….

MetroNorth station for Co-op City supported

Big surprise - Community Board 10 wants a local Metro North train station. Read more….
Co-op City

New mall expansion will create 4K jobs at Co-op City

Bring on those jobs! Read more….

Thursday, May 31, 2012

Pelham Bay

Possible killer corner to be studied by DOT again

Accidents are piling up at a Pelham Bay intersection, making pedestrians potential bowling pins. Read more….
Pelham Parkway

Businessman moonlights as artist, creates Bloomberg mosaic

Hizzoner has been immortalized by a Bronx artist. Read more….

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