Here are the stories in this week's issue (Oct. 6-12) of the Bronx Press and Riverdale Review. Also, there's going to be a bunch of new posts coming up today, and tomorrow I'll post a few stories from the paper.
On an unrelated note, I can't believe it's already October.
Lightning may have struck twice on Fieldston Road
Parks Department ignores crumbling historic Van Cortlandt House
Runners vs. cyclists on Putnam Trail
Class sizes increase at both P.S. 24 and P.S. 81
Elected officials tackle school traffic crisis
Living wage proposal scaled back
Rosalyn Yalow remembered by friends, family and colleagues
Charge schools are being shortchanged
This storm didn't last long, but it sure packed a big punch
And in the Bronx Press:
Two miserable Bronx subway stations slated for fix-up
Rat Island sold for $160K