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Back in baked goods

A bakery destroyed by fires two years ago makes its return to Norwood.

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After midnight with the fishmongers

The world’s second largest seafood market still thriving after all these years and a move to the Bronx.

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Tour de Bronx 2011

Some 6,000 cyclists biked the Bronx on Oct. 23. Bike enthusiasts young and old took over the streets from Bronx County Courthouse to the Sheridan Expressway and Pelham Bay Park.

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Struggling to keep Soundview healthy

Nutrition support from Soundview Health Center saved this Bronx grandmother’s life. With the center under threat of closure, others might not be so lucky.

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Bringing the farm to the Grand Concourse

A Bronx food-share project has reached its membership limit so now organizers are hoping to spread the healthy eating message in other ways, such as the potluck supper, which was made by members using their recent supply of produce.

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Advocates stomping out South Bronx cigarette ads

Smokers in the South Bronx are still lighting up as much as ever since 2007. Are cigarette ads to blame?

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Why is Heritage Field still closed?

Why is Heritage Field still closed?

Heritage Field, the 11-acre complex of ball fields and playgrounds on the site where the old Yankees Stadium once stood, has been ready for months to host its first pickup baseball softball games. Almost a year later than scheduled, the park is still closed.

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Fighting breast cancer in Morrisania

Breast cancer kills over 1200 people in New York every year and still 23 percent of women 40 and older have not had a recent mammogram.

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