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World War II veteran recalls liberating Buchenwald death camp

Albert Goldberg, a member of the Greatest Generation, said the years have quickly flown by since he saw combat in World War II 70 years ago. “It seems like yesterday to me,” the Brighton Beach resident said. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn’s Arab, Muslim communities uneasy about Syria

As leaders of both parties in Congress endorsed President Obama’s call for action against Syrian President Bashar Assad, leaders of Brooklyn’s Arab and Muslim communities commented on the tense situation. … Full Article
 

NYPD Wins Greenfield Classic 24-9

City Councilman David Greenfield doesn’t just pass laws. He's also a sports maven! … Full Article
 

Golden urges state to deny cop killer’s parole bid

A convict serving 25 years to life in prison for the cold blooded murder of a Bay Ridge police officer is up for parole this month, but state Sen. Marty Golden and the slain cop’s family are urging officials to keep him behind bars. … Full Article
 
 

Kayakers rejoice! Bay Ridge eco-dock construction begins Sept. 3

Brooklyn kayakers who have been waiting patiently for the Parks Department to build an eco-dock at the 69th Street pier in Bay Ridge won’t have to wait much longer. … Full Article
 

Changes coming to property tax relief program

An effort by New York State to crack down on fraud could cause headaches for law-abiding homeowners who are just looking for a small tax break from their government. … Full Article
 

DOT to install safety measures on Ocean Parkway

The Kensington community spoke and the New York State Department of Transportation listened. … Full Article
 

MasterCard says it will cease doing business with hate groups

Holocaust deniers and other groups that spout hate won’t be able to sell their merchandise through MasterCard Worldwide, according to Assemblyman Dov Hikind, who is applauding a decision by the credit card giant to stop doing business with such zany entities. … Full Article
 

Catsimatidis calls for a halt to city’s trash plant plan

The city should not move forward with the construction of trash processing plants because there are too many environmental concerns about the proposed facilities, according to Republican mayoral candidate John Catsimatidis. … Full Article
 

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