Bronx News Roundup, Aug. 20

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We'll start with a national sports story with Bronx connections. Former Bronx Bomber Roger Clemens was indicted yesterday on charges of making false statements, perjury and lying to Congress when he said he never used performance-enhancing drugs.

The city has a new program to curb truancy in public schools.

The cheapest apartment for sale in the city is 300-square-foot studio in Fordham Manor, according to a survey by PropertyShark.com. The cost: $45,000.

Mayor Bloomberg is teaming up with the Bronx Chamber of Commerce and ice cream vendor, Delicioso Coco Helado, to combat domestic violence in the Boogie Down.

Two students from Bedford Park's St. Philip Neri School, close friends Angellica Lara and Stephanie Toro, went to Alabama for space camp as a reward for doing well in school.