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Eaton steps down as Brooklyn GOP chairman

There is a changing of the guard in Republican Party politics in Brooklyn. … Full Article
 

Malliotakis to co-host pet adoption at Third Ave. Festival

Assemblymember Nicole Malliotakis is teaming up with the organization Pet Lovers United Together as One (PLUTO) to host a pet adoption event at the Third Avenue Festival in Bay Ridge on Oct. 4. … Full Article
 

Golden offering social networking advice to businesses

State Sen. Marty Golden is co-hosting a social media and marketing seminar on Tuesday, Oct. 6 at the Bay Ridge Manor, 476 76th St., at 6:30 p.m. … Full Article
 

Fort Hamilton has civilians in its corner

The U.S. Army Garrison at Fort Hamilton is a military installation, but it has plenty of civilians willing to fight for it. … Full Article
 

Photo: Bay Ridge Lawyers Association walks for charity

Members of the Bay Ridge Lawyers Association and their families marched in the Light the Night Walk in Staten Island on Saturday. The group helped to raise $1,700 to help fight leukemia and lymphoma. … Full Article
 

Excitement builds for Ragamuffin Parade, Third Ave. Festival

Bay Ridge is getting ready for its biggest weekend of the year, when it welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors to the neighborhood for a parade and a street fair that are sure to put smiles on everyone’s faces. … Full Article
 

Alicia Keys helps Murrow HS launch music tech program

Alicia Keys is helping to give Brooklyn students the “keys” to success…as in musical keys. The music superstar donated money to help Edward R. Murrow High School launch a new music technology program and then showed up at the school on Friday to sing with students. … Full Article
 

From Beirut to Bay Ridge

When John Abi-Habib was a boy growing up in Lebanon, he would always know when it was time to go to church on Sundays. The Abi-Habib family lived in a mountain outside of Beirut and John and his siblings would listen to hear the church bells coming from Mar Abda Church. … Full Article
 

Howard Dunn helped Bay Ridge show its patriotism

Howard Dunn, a World War II veteran who became famous in Bay Ridge for his dedication to veterans’ causes and his patriotic and painstaking efforts to plant hundreds of American flags on sidewalks throughout the neighborhood, died on Sept. 25 after a long illness. He was 88 years old. … Full Article
 

Gentile on the mend following surgery on both knees

Councilmember Vincent Gentile will have quite a tale to tell if he is asked how he spent his summer vacation. … Full Article
 

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