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Grimm: Never mind Christie, what about Obama?

New York City’s lone Republican congressman was quick to come to the defense of fellow GOPer Chris Christie after the embattled New Jersey governor held a press conference Thursday to answer tough questions about the so-called “Bridge-gate” scandal that is threatening to upend his president … Full Article
 

Fontbonne Hall students fight sex trafficking

There’s a dark side to the Super Bowl that no one likes to talk about. … Full Article
 

DiMango deflects praise on her 50 years of community service

Mafalda DiMango has been an education advocate and community leader in southern Brooklyn for half a century. She was a PTA leader in the 1960s, a time of social upheaval when school busing brought simmering racial tensions exploding to the surface. … Full Article
 

Golden says judge got it right with SAFE Act ruling

The federal judge who threw out parts of New York State’s strict gun-control law made the right decision, according to an ex-cop politician who said he agreed with the decision handed down from the bench. … Full Article
 

Hercules packs a punch! Brooklyn digs out from snow storm

Southern Brooklyn did its best to get on with daily life during Winter Storm Hercules on Friday morning, but like their fellow citizens elsewhere in the borough, residents found that the snow, the heavy winds, and the sub-freezing temperatures disrupted their normal routines. … Full Article
 

Elderly man struck and killed on Seventh Ave.

A 75-year-old man was struck and killed in a freak accident Thursday morning in which a car that had slowed down to let him cross the street was rear-ended by a jeep, causing the auto to hit the elderly pedestrian, police said. … Full Article
 

Bay Ridge Catholic school offers tuition help for students

The high cost of putting a child through Catholic school can often prohibit parents from choosing a religion-based education for their children. … Full Article
 
 

School tax exemption deadline fast approaching

Dec. 31 is more than just the last day of 2013. It also marks the last day in which homeowners can register for New York State’s school tax relief program, otherwise known as STAR. … Full Article
 

Gentile’s pet peeve – people abusing animals

A bill the City Council approved at its last session of 2013 will go a long way toward protecting animals from abuse at the hands of heartless people, according to Councilman Vincent Gentile, who co-sponsored the animal-rights legislation. … Full Article
 

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