October 12, 2012: 2012, Issue 41
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Friday, Oct. 19, 2012

Morris Park

Fundraiser for cancer-stricken 49th Precint cop a success

They pulled into Morris Park from all over the city for an officer some never met. But the 10-13 was heard loud and clear, compelling many to answer it. Read more….

Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012

Throggs Neck

Original Throgs Neck Urgent Care is back!

Throgs Neck Urgent Care - the original urgent care facility on East Tremont Avenue - is back under its original management. Read more….
Pelham Bay

Eye Care Unlimited reaches milestone

The last 20 years have gone by in the blink of an eye for Eye Care Unlimited. Read more….

Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2012

Pelham Gardens

Visiting Nurse Services of New York helps Bronx woman back on her feet

Francine Correale needed a little help getting on her feet. Read more….
Throggs Neck

Bronx-Whitestone Bridge gets wider, safer lanes

It’s clearer - and safer - sailing these days for local motorists hitting the Bronx approach to the Bronx-Whitestone Bridge. Read more….

Monday, Oct. 15, 2012

Pelham Bay

Waterbury-LaSalle man West Nile victim

An elderly Waterbury-LaSalle man has contracted West Nile Virus, and now may be clinging to life because of it. Read more….
Pelham Parkway

First-ever Aging Improving District in Bronx

Septuagenarian Brunny Jonquera wishes for cheaper Medicaid co-pays. Her friend Terez Frank, 77, years for cleaner streets while 72-year-old... Read more….
Tremont

St. Barnabas doctor lays out tips to prevent West Nile

Though infections of the West Nile virus in New York City are on the rise, a doctor in the Bronx said there’s no need to panic. Read more….

Sunday, Oct. 14, 2012

Morris Park

Traffic sign lighting up in Morris Park

As a traffic signal rises in Pelham Bay, another is set for Morris Park. In a few months, crews with the city Department of Transportation will hoist a brand new... Read more….
Bronx Times Reporter

49th Precinct Community Council officially supports stop-and-frisk

Joe Thompson, head of the 49th Precinct Community Council, is making an argument supporting the NYPD tactic known as stop-and-frisk... Read more….

Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012

Kingsbridge Heights

MJHS invests $2.5 million in new hospice

As the number of New Yorkers needing end-of-life care increases, MJHS Hospice has decided to invest in their comfort. Read more….
Bronx Times Reporter

This book CELEBRATES divorce

Three things every divorce lawyer should have handy on his desk. Read more….

Friday, Oct. 12, 2012

Bronx Times Reporter

Tour De Bronx set for October 14th

Dust off that helmet--the borough’s annual bike tour is but a few days away! On Sunday, October 14, thousands are expected to traverse the borough’s 60 neighborhoods... Read more….
Grand Concourse

Blink Fitness to open in Concourse Plaza

A major Bronx shopping center in the center of the borough’s courthouse complex is undergoing a major rejuvenation. Read more….

Thursday, Oct. 11, 2012

Pelham Parkway

Rusty a trojan horse for developers?

Is Rusty the reason the Pelham Parkway stables are still standing? Read more….
Morris Park

Bx. Columbus Day sets sail

Italian pride course through Morris Park for the borough’s 36th annual Bronx Columbus Day Parade, despite steady rains. Read more….

Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012

Kingsbridge Heights

EXCLUSIVE: Community Board 7 District Manager Resigns

Weeks after surviving a dismissal vote, an embattled district manager has decided to call it quits. Effective October 19, Fernando Tirado, District Manager for Community Board 7, will no longer... Read more….

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