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Bill de Blasio's daughter tells of substance abuse

Park Slope
The 19-year-old daughter of New York City Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio opened up Tuesday about her personal struggles, saying she spent years battling substance abuse and depression. … Full Article
 

BLS Dean Nick Allard makes 2014 predictions

Downtown
The year 2014 will be a rebound year for law schools, their students and the profession, says Dean Nick Allard of Brooklyn Law School. Here are his predictions: … Full Article
 

Interfaith Medical Center receives surprise three-month reprieve

Bedford-Stuyvesant
In a dramatic last-minute deal on Monday, New York State gave Brooklyn’s Interfaith Medical Center an unexpected three-month reprieve.  … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Chamber awards $430G to small businesses

Fort Greene
The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the New York Business Development Corporation (NYBDC), has approved the first two loans under the Brooklyn Fund to local, immigrant-owned businesses. … Full Article
 

Malliotakis helps kids have a magical Christmas

Sunset Park
Santa Claus has nothing on Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis! Malliotakis became Santa for the day on Monday, when she stopped by a Sunset Park day care center to deliver dozens of toys to children. And she didn’t even need the red suit! … Full Article
 

BREAKING: Last minute deal postpones closure of Brooklyn's Interfaith Medical Center

Bedford-Stuyvesant
In a dramatic last-minute deal on Monday, New York State gave Brooklyn’s Interfaith Medical Center an unexpected reprieve.  … Full Article
 

HeartShare to host events each month to mark centennial

Downtown
When Bill Guarinello rang the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange on Dec. 19, it signaled more than just the start of trading on Wall Street for the day. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn mom mad at Gov. Cuomo for vetoing key health bill

Park Slope
Paige Bellenbaum is angry with Andrew Cuomo. … Full Article
 

B37 advocates ‘serenade’ MTA members

Sunset Park
Members of the Fifth Avenue Committee Inc. found a musical way to get their point across to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) about the need to restore full service to the B37 bus line in Brooklyn. They serenaded MTA members at their Dec. 18 board meeting! … Full Article
 

HeartShare president rings opening bell at Stock Exchange

Downtown
Wall Street had a Brooklyn attitude on Thursday morning when Bill Guarinello, president and CEO of HeartShare Human Services of New York, rang the opening bell at the New York Stock Exhange. … Full Article
 

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