Uniformed Firefighters Association endorses John Quaglione for City Council

On Thursday, City Council candidate John Quaglione received the endorsement of the Uniformed Firefighters Association (UFA) of Greater New York. Quaglione, the former deputy chief of staff to state Sen. … Full Article

Brannan picks up big endorsement from Abbate

Justin Brannan, seeking to emerge from a crowded field of Democrats running in the party’s primary on Sept. 12 for the City Council seat being vacated by Vincent Gentile, has landed one of his most significant endorsements to date.  … Full Article

Quaglione urges shoppers to support March of Dimes

A Bay Ridge father of two who takes part every year in the March for Babies event sponsored by the March of Dimes is encouraging Brooklyn residents to support the organization by going shopping at Macy’s. … Full Article

Donovan talks energy security in Norway

U.S. Rep. Dan Donovan headed to Oslo, Norway this week, but he wasn’t traveling there for a vacation. The representative is taking part in an international conference focusing on such topics as alternative energy sources and policies on fighting terrorism. … Full Article

Army refuses to rename Fort Hamilton streets

U.S. Rep. Yvette Clarke reacted angrily to the Pentagon’s refusal to rename two streets on U.S. Army Garrison at Fort Hamilton that memorialize Civil War Confederate generals, calling the military’s reasoning “nonsense.”  … Full Article

Award winning NBC producer joins Bishop Kearney staff

Starting in September, students at Bishop Kearney High School will get a unique opportunity to study broadcast journalism with a teacher who has firsthand experience in the field. … Full Article

Summer Stroll brings cool vibe to Third Avenue

Hey Brooklyn, there’s only one Summer Stroll on 3rd left this year so it’s wise to get in while the getting is good! The final Summer Stroll of 2017 takes place on Friday, Aug. 11. … Full Article

Narrows Community Theater brings ‘The Little Mermaid’ to Bay Ridge

As part of its mission, the nonprofit Narrows Community Theater in Bay Ridge works during the summer with children on a theatrical production aimed at instilling a love of the arts in young people. … Full Article

Golden says Lhota’s subway fix plan the right move

It has been a Summer of Hell for subway riders, but state Sen. Marty Golden said a plan by MTA Chairman Joe Lhota to fix the city’s ailing transit system is a step in the right direction. … Full Article

Yoni Hikind announces run for City Council seat

Longtime Brooklyn Assemblymember Dov Hikind may not be the only member of his family to hold public office now that his son is setting his sights on running for the City Council seat to be vacated by David Greenfield. … Full Article


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