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South Bronx

  1. burning questions

    Film Probes Causes, Legacy of South Bronx Fires

    While The Bronx is no longer burning, it’s simmering with political activity. A new documentary looks at the ongoing impact of the 1970s blazes.

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  2. cashing in

    Opportunity Zone Boosts Bids for Hot Bronx Property

     Developers bet on reaping big rewards for pouring dollars into a quickly gentrifying strip in Port Morris, thanks to a federal tax credit.

    cashing in

  3. daddy issues

    Ruben Diaz Jr.’s House Divided: Endorse Dad or Pal in Bronx Congress Race?

    The Bronx borough president punts on backing his father as buddy Marlene Cintron enters the packed contest to replace retiring Rep. José Serrano.

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  4. boxed out

    City Pays Storage Fees for Homeless, But One Bronx Family Still Lost Items

    The city shells out $17.5 million annually to self-storage companies. But some clients report big problems with the little-regulated industry.

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  5. boxed out

    Fire-Ravaged Bronx Storage Center Leaves Renters in the Dark

    People with storage units at the now-abandoned Tuck-it-Away on Walton Avenue have been waiting for two years to learn what happened to their stuff.

    boxed out