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China Allowing Two Child Families

By Sui-Lee Wee and Li Hui BEIJING (Reuters) – China will ease family planning restrictions nationwide, the government said on Friday, allowing millions of families to have two children in the country’s most significant liberalization of its strict one-child policy […]

by · November 15, 2013 · Uncategorized, World News

Bronx: Leading The Change

BRONX: LEADING THE CHANGE THURSDAY Nov 21st at 4:30PM For the first time in 12 years New York City will have a new Mayor. This is such an exciting moment for the future of our city and borough and Phipps […]

by · November 15, 2013 · Bulletin Board, Local News

Word From The White House

Thursday, November 14th, 2013 Two Very Important Lines Crossed Last Month, and It Means Big Things for Our Energy Security: For the first time in nearly two decades, we’re importing less foreign oil than we’re producing domestically — and we’re […]

by · November 15, 2013 · Domestic News, Features

Senator Klein’s Graffiti Clean up Kick off!

  WATERBURY LASALLE COMM. ASSO. To Mary Jane MusanoMichele TorrioniAnnie Boller and 2 More… Today at 6:32 PM On Thursday, November 14, 2013 2:04 PM, Ciara Gannon <ciaragannon08@gmail.com> wrote: Hi All, I just wanted to reach out to you and let you know […]

by · November 14, 2013 · Bulletin Board, Local News

Partnerships for Parks 2013 Conference

Partnerships for Parks 2013 Conference Inform. Connect. Empower. It’s only a few days away… Register now to reserve your spot at the Partnerships for Parks Conference on Saturday, November 16! Your ticket includes breakfast, lunch, an afternoon reception, networking, sessions […]

by · November 14, 2013 · Local News

Indian Women Legally Discrimanated Against

By Nita Bhalla NEW DELHI, Nov 14 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Some Indian laws promote a preference for sons over daughters, the United Nations said on Thursday in a report that highlights the country’s struggle to reverse a long-term decline […]

by · November 14, 2013 · World News

Bronx Chamber Of Commerce Workshop On How To Sell to The NYC Dept Of Education

The Bronx Chamber of Commerce hosts a * Complimentary Workshop *   Office of Equal Opportunity Presentation on How to Do Business with the NYC Dept of Education Tuesday, November 19th 12:30PM – 2PM Hutch Metro Center Conference Room To RSVP, email Michelle@bronxchamber.org […]

by · November 14, 2013 · Bulletin Board, Local News

It’s my Park Day at The OLD WEST FARMS SOLDIER CEMETERY

On Veterans Day, GIVE, a Bronx based organization, hosted an “It’s My Park Day” event at the Old West Farms Soldier Cemetery. Although the cemetery is not a park, the historic site is owned and maintained by New York City […]

by · November 14, 2013 · Features, Local News

Venue Change For Waterbury LaSalle Meeting Nov.14, 2013

Waterbury Lasalle VENUE CHANGE FOR OUR NEXT MEETING! Please be advised that our next meeting, on November 14, 2013, will be at St. Benedict’s – Father Albert Hall (the red doors on Bruckner Blvd.). Our scheduled guest speaker will be […]

by · November 14, 2013 · Bulletin Board, Local News

VETERANS DAY AT MORRIS PARK

If there was only one way to describe Morris Park and its surrounding communities it would be family. Morris Park being the close knit family that it is cannot help itself but turn out for its members. On Veterans Day […]

by · November 13, 2013 · Features, Local News

US GEORGE WASHINGTON ON HUMANITARIAN DUTY IN MANILA BAY

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by · November 12, 2013 · Features, World News

Community Collections For Filipino Typoon Relief

by · November 11, 2013 · Domestic News, Photos

NEW SANCTIONS FOR IRAN?

LONDON (Reuters) – British Foreign Secretary William Hague said on Monday that there would be pressure to intensify sanctions on Iran if it could not reach a deal with world powers over its disputed nuclear program. “It’s very important for […]

by · November 11, 2013 · World News

SLAVE MARKET AND CEMETERY UNDER A BALL PARK?

By Gary Robertson RICHMOND, Virginia (Reuters) – The mayor of Richmond, Virginia, announced plans on Monday to build a minor-league baseball park on the site of a slave market and cemetery, prompting an outcry over what protesters said would be […]

by · November 11, 2013 · Domestic News, Uncategorized

Got ‘im!

An alert from the 45th Precinct Crime Prevention Unit The graffiti vandal known as “LOOT” was arrested Friday night, 11/8/13. The 16 year old Throggs Neck resident known as “LOOT” or “ZERK”, who is known to deface local property, completely […]

by · November 11, 2013 · Local News