Here are the summaries of the stories in this week's edition of the Riverdale Review (July 7-13, 2011). Hope you enjoy what you read!
Stella D'oro: A wholesale club has leased part of the 115,000 square foot building.
Education Dept confirmed the investigation of P.S. 24 principal.
Four men who attempted to bomb the Riverdale Temple in 2009 received a minimum sentence of 25 years in prison.
VCP Skating Rink: Are there better sites in the Bronx for it?
After years of delay, construction on the Sid Augarten little league field on Mosholu Ave is beginning.
Charter schools being proposed for Riverdale.
Developer for Broadway Shopping Mall fails to close on a deal with the city.
CUNY trustee featured speaker at Hebrew Institute.
In the Bronx Press Review, we also had: the Muller Center LRA process abandoned; Woodlawn Cemetery named landmark; Fireworks light up Bronx Skies (by our intern, Amanda Macaluso); and Bronx County Historian Lloyd Ultan's Bronx history column.
No Person on the Street this week. We've heard some good feedback about it, so it will return next week. If you have any ideas for a question we should ask the fine people of Riverdale, let us know!