The Bronx Beat, 3/13/95
Borough pols seek mercy
from Giuliani as they submit budget counterproposal.
DA's refusal to enforce death penalty
draws mixed response.
An island unto itself:
Marble Hill attached to the Bronx, yet still part of Manhattan.
H.S. runner burning
the fast track to NCAA stardom.
as bright in the classroom as she is on the race course.
according to chancellor's report cards.
Bus service keeps riders waiting.
And waiting. And waiting...
Pentecostal churches growing quickly
as borough Hispanic population rises.
Supertrain opening eyes
as it begins rounds on the No. 2 line.
EMPOWERMENT ZONE SPECIAL:
How it ticks, who gets the cash, and more.
Midwives refute published accounts
of providing inadequate care.
Condo improvements delayed
by arcane regulations, staggering costs.
Silver screens replaced
by darkened storefronts as movie theaters continue exodus.
Teens are still having sex
in boro, despite decreasing figures.
Owners of impounded caimans
still fighting for their release.
Grease jockeys take the trophy
as part of H.S. auto contest.
Antiques bringing a charge
to once-abandoned Port Morris community.
Maps be damned!
Just where is the South Bronx, anyway?
The Bronx Beat
, March 13, 1995