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Friday, May 15, 2009

Bronx News Roundup, May 15

Not a whole lot out there on the Bronx today, but here's what we found.

We'll start with more about the Hero dogs on the Major Deegan.

Following an onslaught of complaints from fans and unflattering newspaper opinion pieces, the Yankees are opening up access to the stadium's lower concourses for pre-game batting practice. Now, if they could just get that old stadium torn down. The NY1 report on this.

High school softball: Bronx Science and Clinton won. Kennedy, Walton and Lincoln all lost. There's only one game remaining in the regular season.

Bronx Council on the Arts was one of seven groups to receive a grant from the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation. Bill Aguado, the council's executive director for the past 28 years, is stepping down to "bring in a new generation."

A woman was convicted of fatally stabbed to death a pregnant woman (who was from the Bronx) in 2007 was convicted of murder on Thursday.


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