Wednesday, February 1, 2012

This week in the Riverdale Review and Bronx Press

So, this is my (Brendan) last week at the Bronx Press and Riverdale Review. It's been a wonderful 18 months, and most wonderful were the last few when I was blogging as well. I thank all of you for your comments, tips and suggestions (and most of all, your page views!). We had almost 7,000 page views in the month of January, up from less than 1,000 in the first month I started.

Every Bronx Press and Riverdale Review my
byline has appeared in since Sept. 1, 2010.
I leave you in the capable hands of Miawling Lam, our associate editor here at the paper (Her recent post on the Lehman HS protest holds the record for the most page views, so I'd say you'll be fine!)

So, as always, and for my last time, here are the stories appearing in this week's editions (Feb. 2-8) of the Riverdale Review and Bronx Press:

Adjoining board rejects 'dinky rink' plan
Taxpayers to foot $8 million bill for new Henry Hudson Parkway signage
Further setbacks for Memorial Grove restoration
Redistricting plan puts Riverdale in one state Senate district
Charter school expansion given green light despite community opposition
Community mourns loss of Debbie Bowden
Bronx Arts Ensemble premiers work by local Riverdalian composer
Bx7 buses to run more frequently
Local elected officials lobby city to repair pothole-ridden streets
'Rooftop Revolution' could surge solar power in Bronx schools by Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer
New honor bestowed on local landmark

Also, in the Bronx Press:
Desperate effort to save Lehman HS from city ax
Redistricting plans proposed by legislature
MTA changes 12 Bronx bus routes
Boyfriend charged in Wakefield child's death

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