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Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Bronx News Roundup for August 19th

Bronx Assemblyman Nelson Castro may face perjury charges after it was discovered that nine voters in last September's primary, now suspected to be his and his girlfriend's relatives, were registered to Castro's West Bronx apartment.

A driver facing charges of manslaughter after mowing through the Bronx in a high speed chase on July 12th, hitting 13 people, pleaded not guilty to at least 50 counts today.

Knicks team guard Nate Robinson was pulled over and arrested in the Bronx for driving without a license while sporting an outstanding summons yesterday.

The bad economy hasn't stopped charter school construction, as new buildings are popping up around the city, namely in Mott Haven where a 54,000-square-foot charter school is set for construction.

A Bronx family is suing the Selby Transportation bus company for the trauma caused to their son after a bus driver drove around lost with him for several hours back in January.


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