Italian flag paved over on street in Bronx’s Little Italy

A new patch of pavement has covered up a staple in the borough's own Little Italy. The Italian flag had sat painted in a circle

Officials say a new design will replace the

Officials say a new design will replace the flag sometime next year. (November 19, 2013 10:29 AM)

A new patch of pavement has covered up a staple in the borough's own Little Italy. The Italian flag had sat painted in a circle on the road near East 187th Street and Arthur Avenue since the 1980s, but became worn down and full of bumps over the years. The Department of Transportation and the Belmont Business Improvement District say a new design is slated to replace the flag sometime next year,...

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