03/18/2010 05:12 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

Bronx News Roundup, Nov. 11

Just in time for Veteran's Day, the Jericho Project, a housing group, broke ground on a new building in Kingsbridge that will provide housing to low-income vets.

Nurses at the Westchester Square Medical Center staged a protest yesterday demanding better pay and an increased level of patient staffing.

A Bronx Army Sergent tells his story of witnessing and following the horrific gunman in Fort Hood, Texas through his deadly massacre of military troops and civilians.

A New York City school program, "Power Brain Education," was recently linked to an alleged cult that supposedly cons investors into practicing medically unproven health activities.

Yesterday, as part of a deal between New York City and Philadelphia forged during the Yankees and Phillies World Series, the Hunts Point Market in the Bronx sent 10 tons of food to the Philadelphia Regional Produce Market. In return, the Hunts Point Market will receive 10 tons of food from the market in Philadelphia.

A Bronx FDNY veteran proves he has a taste for flavor. The firefighter has made it to the final round of the Daily News' first FDNY Five Alarm Cook Off thanks to his culinary skills.

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