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Friday, November 11, 2011

Bronx News Roundup, Nov. 11

Happy Veterans' Day. 

Four shootings and three murders in the northwest Bronx in the last two weeks have the community on edge.  

Twenty fifth and sixth graders from PS 86 (the school right behind the Kingsbridge Armory) are headed to Paris -- really.

Macy's, opening its first store in the five boroughs in 15 years, is coming to Bay Plaza

A beloved three-year-old restaurant in Melrose is closing its doors

The latest in the Seabrook corruption trial. More here.

Not a Bronx story, but a gorgeous, must-read Jim Dwyer column about a couple, both with cerebral palsy, who jumped societal hurdles and showed that love provides a lot of fuel for a good life whatever the struggles.

One of the Times' neediest cases: A Morrisania vet who fell on hard times is fighting his way back to well-being.


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