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St. Raymond High School for Boys holds LaSalle Dinner fundraiser
Apr 25, 2015 • Bronx TimesSt. Raymond High School for Boys held it annual LaSalle Dinner fundraiser at Marina del Rey on Thursday, April 16. The dinner helps raise money to assist students in paying tuition. Many of the students at the school come from lower economic ... More
Ronald Patnosh, legendary St. Raymond's High School for Boys Athletic Director ...
Sep 26, 2014 • Bronx TimesRonald Patnosh, former athletic director and founder of St. Raymond High School For Boys baseball program, died Friday, September 19. He was 76. Patnosh, a Queens native, started his St. Raymond's career in 1962, two years after the school first opened ... More
Urban planners take ideas into classroom
Dec 18, 2014 • Real Estate Weekly... NY); High School of Telecommunication Arts and Technology (Brooklyn, NY); Murry Bergtraum High School for Business Careers (Manhattan, NY); St. Raymond High School for Boys (Bronx, NY); Stuyvesant High School (Manhattan, NY); Urban Assembly ... More
Cardinal Egan, former archbishop of New York City, dies at 82
Mar 5, 2015 • New York Daily NewsEdward Cardinal Egan, who was archbishop of New York City during the 9/11 attacks and led the city's Roman Catholic faithful for nine turbulent years, died Thursday at age 82. Egan, who battled polio as a child and relied on a pacemaker, died of ... More
William Heaney, Throggs Neck Volunteer Ambulance Corp. chairman, dies
Nov 18, 2014 • Bronx TimesA St. Raymond's High School for Boys graduate, Heaney taught CPR classes to adults and to Preston High School students, the Star of the Sea-Sea Cadet Corps, and the Boy Scouts. He served as TNVAC's chairman for two and a half years and trained many ... More
TX Sen. Ted Cruz stirs controversy with comment about Bronx border
Aug 31, 2014 • News 12 Bronx (registration)A United States senator from Texas is causing a stir in the borough after making some controversial comments about New York. ... Ted Cruz compared the contentious border between Texas and Mexico to the border between the Bronx and Manhattan. More
Parent Volunteers and teacher give St. Benedict School in Throggs Neck a ...
Aug 4, 2014 • Bronx TimesThe passion of one of St. Benedict School's teachers and many of its parents is infectious. That was the message of Father Stephen Norton, the pastor of St. Benedict's Church and School, as he spoke of the efforts of parents and the school's middle ... More
Bronx historian, columnist Bill Twomey dies at 73
Jun 26, 2014 • Bronx TimesWilliam “Bill” Twomey, a lifelong Throggs Neck resident, Bronx historian, and the creator and author of the popular Bronx Times column “Do You Remember,” died on Friday, June 20 at age 73. Twomey, who had a deep love for Bronx history, wrote several ... More
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