The September edition of the Tremont Tribune just hit the streets and is online now. A quick peek at what's inside:
Tenants in Belmont's Fordham Towers endured rats, broken elevators, and on-and-off heat and hot water after their building was bought by private investors in 2007. Now the building is in foreclosure - and housing advocates predict a wave of foreclosures among Bronx buildings bought in recent years by private equity funds who paid sky-high prices.
Arthur Avenue flaunted its food at the annual Ferragosto festival, and even Mayor Bloomberg stopped by for a taste.
The Bronx River Art Center recently filled the hole in the heart of West Farms Square - with an abstract sculpture conceived as a defense of New York City.
State Sen. Ruben Diaz is up in arms...over algae in Indian Lake.
Questions for Ivine Galarza, Community Board 6's longtime District Manager.
St. Barnabas Hospital renames an emergency room after an EMT who died on 9/11.
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