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Bensonhurst foodies can’t wait for Red Mango to open

Bensonhurst
Is Bensonhurst becoming a foodie’s paradise? Well, not quite. But the neighborhood that used to be known mainly for its pizzerias has come a long way in recent years, according to civic leaders. … Full Article
 

Councilman says city is stiffing special education tutors

Borough Park
The city's Department of Education is cheating private contractors out of money, according to a Brooklyn lawmaker, who is demanding that the agency make amends. … Full Article
 

Shelly Reuben turns from mystery to fables at BookMark Shoppe

Bay Ridge
Shelly Reuben, a writer who has published several novels dealing with crime, mystery, and suspense, is branching out with her latest work. … Full Article
 

Do you have what it takes to be state senator (for a day)?

Bay Ridge
Marty Golden is looking for his replacement.  Well, someone to take his place for a day, anyway. Golden, a state senator, (R-Bay Ridge-southern Brooklyn) announced that he is sponsoring his 11th Annual Senator for a Day Essay Contest for students in his district. … Full Article
 

TORAH FOUND! Dov Hikind praises police

Borough Park
Assemblyman Dov Hikind is praising police officers at the 66th Precinct in Brooklyn for their help in recovering a stolen Torah worth $30,000. … Full Article
 

Police search for stolen Torah worth $30,000

Borough Park
The New York City Police Department is asking for the public's help in finding a stolen Torah worth $30,000. Police say it was inside a car reported stolen Saturday evening in Brooklyn. … Full Article
 

Hispanics lash Malliotakis over illegal immigrant remarks

Bay Ridge
By Paula Katinas Brooklyn Daily Eagle … Full Article
 

Charity hunts ‘Frankie’s Heroes’ in cancer fight

Dyker Heights
When Dyker Heights teenager Francesco Loccisano was undergoing cancer treatments at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer center in 2006 and 2007, he made sure to visit children in the hospital, his mother, Ca … Full Article
 

Teacher evaluation fiasco costs NYC school kids millions

Parkville
And poof, it was gone. The failure of the New York City officials and the United Federation of Teachers to agree on a teacher evaluation system by Thursday night’s deadline has led to the loss of $250 million in state aid for city schools possibly another $200 million in future grants. … Full Article
 

Fort Hamilton soldiers recall Martin Luther King Jr.’s march for justice

Dyker Heights
Soldiers stationed at the Fort Hamilton Army Base commemorated the birthday of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. … Full Article
 

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