Bay Ridge

Bay Ridge's Telecom wins first PSAL baseball championship

Ed D'Alessio has managed the High School of Telecommunication Arts and Technology baseball team to the playoffs every single year he has coached the  … Full Article

Nadler wants to ease tax burden on large families

In the 2003 movie “Cheaper by the Dozen,” Steve Martin played the hapless father of 12 children and had audiences laughing in the aisles. But in real life, many families with a lot of children struggle financially, according to US Rep. Jerrold Nadler. … Full Article

City Council scrutinizes ‘pop up’ senior centers

They’re called “pop up” senior citizen centers because they suddenly appear out of nowhere, usually opening up in a storefront location in a community with signs promising to give older adults an array of health and educational services. … Full Article

Not In Our House: Bensonhurst goes into battle against graffiti vandals

Marty Golden grabbed the paint spray hose, aimed it at the wall, and fired. Out came a splash of yellow paint, firing out of the hose like bullets out of a machine gun. Golden, a state senator, had a big smile on his face. … Full Article

Gentile warns crooks, ‘Smile, you’re on camera!’

The area in and around Bay Ridge’s Fifth Avenue is going to be a lot safer once the New York Police Department installs new hi-tech Argus surveillance cameras on the shopping strip, Councilman Vincent Gentile predicted. … Full Article

Residents offer DOT support for 4th Ave. safety plan

The public seemed to like what it was hearing. … Full Article

Composer portrays Ira Gershwin in ‘My Brother George’

The life of composer George Gershwin as seen through the eyes of his lyricist brother Ira Gershwin is the subject of a one-man show to be presented by brooklynOne Productions, a Bay Ridge-based theater company. … Full Article

Seventh grader is a new state senator…but only for 1 day!

Move over, Marty Golden! There’s a new state senator in Bay Ridge. Meet Alex Pellitteri, who plans to come up to the state capitol in Albany within the next few weeks and make himself comfortable at your desk. … Full Article

Grimm hails TSA’s policy reversal on airplane knives

“Today, our calls to keep knives off planes have been heard!” said US Rep. Michael Grimm, reacting to a decision by the federal Transportation Safety Administration (TSA) to reverse its policy of knives on airplanes. … Full Article

Dyker Heights boy gets football tips from Giants star Justin Tuck

At age 11, Patryk Szustka is a little too young to play in the National Football League. But the Dyker Heights youngster he did get to hang out with New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck and other NFL pros over the June 1-2 weekend. … Full Article


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