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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Bronx News Roundup, March 10

Another sunny day in the Bronx, another day of Bronx News:

A touch of Cuba is now in the Bronx at a new Botanical Garden exhibit.

No more snow fights for the four Bronx teenagers who are facing a year in jail for hitting a transit police officer with a snowball.

Acting New York State Police Superintendent Pedro Perez resigns as well. He was a replacement for Harry Corbitt who resigned amid allegations in the Patterson scandal.

Assemblyman Peter Rivera may be eying the position of County leader.

Turns out "The Hurt Locker"'s Oscar-winning screenwriter Mark Boal is a Bronx High School of Science alumnus.

Yankee Stadium announces that it will host the newest postseason college football game, the New Era Pinstripe Bowl in December.

Christian relief group World Vision has a storehouse in Port Morris that provides all types of supplies for those who work with the poor.


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