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Monday, October 26, 2009

Bronx News Roundup, October 26

The Daily News analyzes rising tensions between African immigrants and African-Americans in the South Bronx.

Looking for a fright on Halloween? According to Bronx historian Paul DeVillo, the Bronx is riddled with ghost stories and is still haunted by ghosts.

Today, residents of an apartment building in Morris Heights will go to court to argue that their landlord illegally raised rents on 80 apartments. The apartments used to be part of an affordable housing program.

Thompson aides were surprised that Thompson trails Bloomberg in the Bronx polls (50% Bloomberg, 38% Thompson). Thompson expects to perform well in the mayoral election in the Bronx.

A Bronx family is suing a Harlem funeral home for damaging their family member's casket when the hearse carrying the body exploded on the Major Deegan.

A Bronx social worker speaks out against domestic violence in her new play, "The Death of a Dream," playing at the Roy Arias theater in Manhattan.


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