By David Cruz It will be business as usual in the November elections as the Bronx political landscape remained virtually unchanged following several hotly-contested races this year.
Polls opened today at 6 a.m. here in the Bronx and throughout the five boroughs. Here’s a quick roundup of all the latest and most poignant Bronx stories going into the primary. We’ll be out in the field today, seeing how it’s going on the streets and inside polling sites.
We’re going to use this regularly scheduled roundup to take another look at Martin Luther King Jr.’s epic 1963 speech in Washington, DC, 50 years ago today.
Here are the Bronx news stories we’re following this week.
Here are the Bronx news stories we’re following today:
These are the Bronx news stories we’re following today.
These are the Bronx news stories we’re following today: — This is a huge story, not just in the Bronx, but in the entire city: In a decision issued this morning, federal judge Sheila Scheindlin ruled that the NYPD’s use of stop-and-frisk tactics, which have come under heavy scrutiny over the past couple of years, violated the rights of thousands of New Yorkers. Scheindlin took the extra step of appointing a former prosecutor for the Manhattan district attorney’s office, Peter Zimroth, to monitor the police department going forward and make sure it complies with the Constitution, the New York Times
First, we need to catch up on some of the Bronx stories we missed last week:
These are the Bronx news stories we’re following today: