The Bronx Beat, 4/3/95
Harlem building disaster
makes some boro residents wonder if same fate awaits them.
Violence erupting at construction sites
as coalitions compete for fewer contracts.
Bandits find easy pickings
at city bus depot in Port Morris.
Hazel Blackman tells stories with her quilts.
Cockfighting: culture or cruelty?
In Morrisania, many think it's the former.
target their own as they continue to evade police control.
Threatened HUD cuts
threaten rent subsidies.
NEA cash rolls into boro,
defying nationwide trend.
Boro News Briefs:
Serial rapist sought, Aging buses potential hazard, Flavor Flav about to be sentenced, Killer given 50 years.
Randalls Island park plagued by access problems.
Baseball diamond springs from rubble
in abandoned Soundview lot.
leaves Morris Heights kids with not much to do.
City Island circus
as educational as it is fun.
Urban magic turning rat-filled dump
into lush garden.
Academic excellence just as important as court moves,
Dodge HS basketball team learning.
latest scourge as addicts try to score cheap hits on Willis Avenue.
Beacon Program the golden child
of city youth services cuts, remaining fully intact.
Infant mortality stays high
as poverty and substance abuse take their tolls.
goes on at boro business get-together.
Happy Land lawsuit
bringing together victims' families.
Riker's Island out of place
on any map.
The Bronx Beat
, April 3, 1995