Bay Ridge

Third Avenue Merchants introduce Pioneer Award winners

Business owners who have made Third Avenue their home for many years, surviving the ups and downs of the economy and staying true to small town feel of Bay Ridge, will be rewarded for their efforts by the Merchants of Third Avenue at a champagne cocktail reception on Oct. 26. … Full Article

Golfers raise funds ‘fore’ Adelphi Academy

Adelphi Academy of Brooklyn’s Annual Golf Classic gave supporters of the private school in Bay Ridge a chance to channel their inner Jordan Spieth. … Full Article

Malliotakis, Maimonides team up to teach CPR

Brooklyn residents can learn how to save lives — by going to church. … Full Article

La Dolce Vita! Columbus Parade brings Italy to Brooklyn

Hon. Patricia DiMango, star of the hit CBS show “Hot Bench,” came back home to Brooklyn to star as a grand marshal in the 34th annual Brooklyn Columbus Day Parade on Oct. … Full Article

Verrazano Bridge bike path supporters push for Sunday access

Now that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has decided to take a serious look at building a bike-pedestrian path on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, two groups advocating for the walkway are pushing the agency to open the Brooklyn-Staten Island span to bike riders and walkers on  … Full Article

Essay topic for kids: How to stop littering

Children in Southwest Brooklyn are being asked to put on their thinking caps and come up with ideas on how to stop their fellow New Yorkers from littering. And if the kids do a good job, they’ll win pizza! … Full Article

Pols say new library hours help Orthodox Jews

The Brooklyn Public Library’s new six-days-a-week schedule will be a boon to residents of Orthodox Jewish neighborhoods, according to two City Councilmembers who said branches in those communities can now be open on Sundays. … Full Article

FDNY: Gas did not cause Brooklyn building explosion

Authorities have identified the second victim who died when a Brooklyn apartment building exploded last week. … Full Article

City plans $9.9 million repairs of two parks

Two parks in Bensonhurst and Gravesend will be getting some much needed attention to the tune of $9.9 million under the NYC Community Parks Initiative, a Mayor Bill de Blasio administration program designed to rebuild smaller, neglected recreation spaces around the city. … Full Article

NYPD fans set to ‘wallpaper’ precinct with messages of support

The walls of the 68th Precinct station house are going to be getting a new look, but it’s not because an interior decorator is coming. … Full Article


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