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Monday, November 16, 2009

Bronx News Roundup, Nov. 16

Crain's New York Business comes down hard on Bronx politicians for fighting for a living-wage agreement at the Kingsbridge Armory. The publication says the Bronx needs more retail development and should not be insisting on a living-wage agreement.

The Yankee's earned over $200,000 for New York City by selling seats in the luxury suite for the city.

A Bronx cancer survivor, Millie Gonzalez, was treated to a day of free trapeze lessons courtesy of Gilda's Club cancer support group.

A man was found stabbed to death yesterday on the corner of Allerton Avenue and White Plains Road.

In honor of the Bronx Zoo's 110th anniversary, the Daily News published 110 interesting facts about the historic zoo.

Police are searching for three men suspected of violently robbing multiple people in Unionport.

A 28 year-old Bronx woman, Yvette Diaz, was killed on Sunday during a hit-and-run accident on 165th Street and Grand Concourse.

The New York Times profiled a family living happily, comfortably, and cheaply in the Highbridge section of the Bronx.

Speaking of real estate in the Bronx, Castle Hill has many affordable homes available in this community-driven neighborhood.


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