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Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Bronx News Roundup, Nov. 3

According to authorities, the off-duty police officer that struck and killed a Bronx woman with his car was legally intoxicated.

A 17-year-old student was shot in the shoulder outside of the Bronx Regional High School yesterday afternoon. Investigators are still looking into the incident, but the boy is expected to recover, according to this NY1 article.

The Middletown neighborhood has a lot to offer shoppers.

A hat merchant in the Bronx is making a killing on his custom-made Yankees caps.

A former dumping ground in Hunts Point has been transformed into an aesthetically-pleasing park.

A 14-foot-tall, graffiti-free sculpture in front of the Bronx River Art Center that has been up since July may be a sign that neighborhood is changing for the better.

Residents of 14 apartment buildings in Crotona Park are living amongst thousands of appalling building code violations after their landlord defaulted on the mortgage earlier this year.

Disappointed Yankee fans after last night's loss to the Phillies, will have to tune in Wednesday as the World Series continues.

In more Yankee news, some die-hard fans are waging a battle to save Gate 2 from the old Yankee Stadium.


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