Bronx News Roundup, July 12

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There were four shootings in the city on Sunday morning, two in the Bronx.

Seven months later, Glory of Christ Church in Parkchester has reopened after a satanic arsonist, who has yet to be apprehended, torched the place.

The NY Post reports that students at Monroe College are defaulting on their government-backed loans at an unusually high rate.

On BoogieDowner, a Norwood resident calls out people who have misused parking placards in Norwood and Bedord Park.

The family of Albert Hartzog, want the Bronx teenager suspected of murdering him, put to death.Apparently, the teen was upset that Hartzog, who lived the teen's mother, had canceled the cable TV.

Bob Shepphard, the Yankees' legendary public address announcer – who Reggie Jackson called the “Voice of God” – died on Sunday at the age of 99.

A doctor with the Bronx's Montefiore Medical Center and the Albert Einstein School of Medicine reflects on his program's success making sure HIV-infected mothers don't pass on the virus to their children.

[Note: thanks to intern Samantha Delgado-Perez for compiling these stories and links.]