April 10, 1995
set to be cleaned up after getting state order, owners say.
Temporary housing for the homeless
sometimes more than temporary and less than housing.
Proposed Community District swap
fomenting anger between neighborhoods.
Richard Mugler, an engineer whose Bronx ties span generations.
Blind Beggar Press
provides a poetry outlet for black and Latino writers.
Dems rocking the boat
over the latest round of budget cuts, not jumping off it.
Police brutality indictments
may come soon, sources indicate.
Boro News Briefs:
Transit police merger; host families needed for visiting French students.
A mosaic of changing faces:
The Bronx approaches 2000.
Prayer is sole function
of nuns in contemplative monastery in Hunts Point.
Adults squabble while children suffer
in Morrisania's PS 64.
NYC a leader in combatting tuberculosis, experts say.
to distribute empowerment zone funds.
Alcoholics cut off
from boro treatment center because of budget cuts.
"Losing Isaiah" star
and boro local Marc John Jeffries keeps a level head as fame grows.
Tunnel of doom
giving Mount Hope kids problems as they walk to school.
The Bronx Beat
, April 10, 1995