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Colton organizing Bensonhurst trash plant protest

Undaunted by the start of construction of a new Department of Sanitation trash processing plant in Bensonhurst, Assemblymember Bill Colton is organizing a rally to protest the facility. … Full Article
 

NYC council says credit check ban will help end job discrimination

If you’re applying for a job and your prospective employer demands to see your credit history, that employer could be violating New York City law. … Full Article
 

Taste of the Ridge offers culinary delights

Eireann Fogarty was munching on hot wings from The Kettle Black on Sunday afternoon, but she wasn’t actually in The Kettle Black while she was enjoying the food. She was standing, plate in hand, in the auditorium of Saint Patrick Catholic Academy in Bay Ridge. … Full Article
 

Malliotakis, Abbate push bill to help veterans boost pensions

Military veterans who worked for New York State will be able to get higher state pensions if a bill supported by the Assembly Committee on Government Employees is signed into law by Governor Andrew Cuomo. … Full Article
 

Chokehold case questions follow Daniel Donovan

Even if Dan Donovan prefers to talk about Iran, immigration or taxes, there's another topic the Republican congressional hopeful can't avoid: the death of Eric Garner at the hands of a police officer. … Full Article
 

Fort training exercise pits first responders against ‘gunmen’

In a realistic drill designed to test their agility, New York City’s first responders invaded the U.S. Army Garrison at Fort Hamilton to deal with a fake scenario involving two “gunmen” who “shot” six people and took hostages at the military post. … Full Article
 

St. Anselm pastor marks 40 years in priesthood

The Rev. Msgr. John Maloney, pastor of Saint Anselm Catholic Church in Bay Ridge, has served many masses over the years. But the mass that took place on Monday, April 20 was particularly meaningful to the clergyman. … Full Article
 

Sonic Boom: Loud lovers annoy neighbors in Bay Ridge building

Love to love you, baby! The late disco diva Donna Summer would have loved living in 7201 Ridge Blvd. But the building’s residents could sure use some earplugs. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Chamber brings its road show to Bay Ridge

The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce took its show on the road, hosting a meet-and-greet for its members in a Bay Ridge restaurant Wednesday evening. … Full Article
 

‘Empty Bowls Project’ raises awareness of hunger

Visitors who come to the Fourth Avenue Presbyterian Church in Bay Ridge on May 2 will get a chance to purchase handcrafted, beautifully decorated bowls that will be on sale at the church on that day only. But the bowls aren’t going to be sold as part of a flea market. … Full Article
 

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