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Monday, March 16, 2009

Bronx News Roundup for March 16

Nick Judd at the Riverdale Press has a terrific piece looking back on how Lorraine Coyle Koppell's unsuccessful challenge to Republican senator Guy Velella (violating a non aggression pact between Democrats and the sole Republican elected official in the borough at that time) set off a chain reaction of political chess moves that has resulted in Riverdalians getting three powerful Democrats to represent them in the state Senate.

John F. Kennedy's assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, was from the Bronx. Who knew?

The Daily News’ investigative team still has Adolfo Carrion in its sights.

Bronx GOP leader Jay Savino says Mayor Bloomberg snubbed him at the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Throggs Neck over the weekend. Seems to be going around.

A woman was hit by a bow-and-arrow yesterday (!) outside Schervier Nursing Home in Riverdale.

Bronx Bohemian tours the Valentine Varian House in Norwood.


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