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Tuesday, June 26, 2007

News Roundup for June 26

The Daily News reports that the Bronx Overall Economic Development Corp. (BOEDC) has been using a Brooklyn printer for its BXBusiness publication, a tabloid newspaper featuring Bronx business stories produced by the Murdoch-owned Courier-Life Publications. Our question is, are there any printing presses in the Bronx? The Norwood News is printed in Brooklyn and every other Bronx paper we know of is printed outside the borough.

Sewell Chan reports in the NYT City Room blog that Rep. Charles Rangel is supporting Bloomberg's proposal for a waste transfer station on the West side of Manhattan, a contentious issue between Manhattan residents and those fighting to keep extra waste out of the Bronx and Brooklyn.


  1. isn't murdoch's post printed in the bronx?

  2. Yup, it is. One great thing about Murdoch's company is he is converting all his companies into supposedly eco-friendly buildings that will use green energy. In that regard, he is doing the right thing.

    I wish he would make that message more strong than the sociall hatred for poor Americans that runs on both Fox News and THE NEW YORK POST. Does anyone find it ironic that the targeted demo of the Bronx Times still hits one of the top 5 poorest economies in the United States?


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