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Friday, September 30, 2011

Bronx News Roundup, Sept. 30

Tenants at 2097 Webster Ave., suffering from hundreds of open housing code violations, have filed a petition in Housing Court to get an outside adminstrator appointed to manage the building. News 12 has video.

Just so you know, other cities like Philadelphia have big problems with neglected properties, too.

The ongoing Occupy Wall Street demo is about to get a little bigger, thanks to the support of unions and community organizations.

Will the Wall Street protesters be allowed to stay in Zuccotti Park? "We'll see," says the mayor.

This blog, NYC Latino Politics, blames the Bronx's woes (poverty, health, crime) on its politicians.

The owner of a Bronx luxury car service was shot dead yesterday.

Bronx Ink, run by students at Columbia's graduate school for journalism, reports on muggings in Williamsbridge Oval and a march by residents that followed.

Another Bronx Ink piece looks at Jewish and Palestinian business owners in Hunts Point who work peacefully side-by-side.

A year-and-a-half after a fire at St. Nicholas of Tolentine Church destroyed its front entrance, its new doors swing wide open, the Norwood News reports.


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