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Norwood business owners still waiting to rebuild from the ashes of last year’s fire

A year after 10 stores burned, neighboring retailers want answers.

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Rezoning confusion for Norwood’s business owners

Business owners on Webster Avenue contemplate their fate if new zoning policy takes hold.

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Water Rates Increase has Bronxites Irate

The New York City Department of Environmental Protection heard from angry Bronxites last night who reject a proposed 12.9 percent increase in their water bill.

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Bill Aims to Help Small Businesses Survive

The Small Business Survival Bill would change how small business owners and landlords negotiate lease terms.

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Put Some Cork in it!

Put Some Cork in it!

The world according to Ken Bollella, cork manufacturer.

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Bronx’s Main Street Goes to Wall Street

Bronxites joined other New Yorkers in a march to Wall Street to express anger over bank bailouts.

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Tenants Speak Out on Canceled Section 8 Vouchers

Tenants Speak Out on Canceled Section 8 Vouchers

South Bronx resident Lachonnz Morton fears losing her home of 33 years, after the city cancels Section 8 housing vouchers.

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Bronx Stripped of Growth Title

If the Bronx’s coronation as America’s fastest growing city seemed too good to be true, it was.

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