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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Bronx News Roundup, Sept. 29

A perpetually neglected West Farms apartment building adds water leaks to its list of woes.

A Bronx principal is accused of harassing faculty members.

The Bronx leads the city in poverty, according to the 2010 Census, and Adam Wisnieski of the Riverdale Press has the details.

We posted a link to a video of the new chicken coop in Brook Park the other day. The Daily News has a feature today about it.

The position of Bronx Surrogate -- a position that administers wills, estates and adoptions -- is up for grabs, Kappstatter reports in his weekly column. He also suggests that siting a successful hotel near Yankee Stadium will be an uphill climb.

The Bronx Clergy Legislative Roundtable is training pastors in an effort to reduce recidivism among ex-cons.

A website started by a former Bronx teacher, www.donorschoose.org, lists 400 school projects that need funding and solicits contributions.

A Bronx school is one of many throughout the country taking part in Banned Websites Awareness Day, sending a slew of emails to the Department of Education protesting the blocking of blogs and social network sites.


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