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City Council to tweak muni-meters to give drivers a break

Muni-meters will be reprogrammed to fix a few kinks that have frustrated drivers parking on local streets, Council Speaker Christine Quinn announced May 1. … Full Article

Schools chancellor coming to Bensonhurst for town hall

City Schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott will speak at a Bensonhurst town hall hosted by the Community Education Council of District 20 on May 2, Council President Laurie Windsor announced. … Full Article

4th Ave pedestrian struck by SUV dies

The woman who was hit by an SUV while crossing a Bay Ridge intersection April 30 has died from her injuries, according to police. Capt. Richard DiBlasio, commanding officer of the 68th Precinct, made the announcement on May 1. “Sad news. … Full Article

Cardiac patients say Maimonides Medical Center is all heart

Maimonides Medical Center hosted a party for heart patients whose lives doctors saved with a piece of cutting edge technology that has only been in use at the hospital for a year. … Full Article

Cops investigate after woman is critically injured on 4th Ave.

A female pedestrian was rushed to the hospital with life-threatening injuries after she was struck by an SUV on Fourth Avenue and 82nd Street in Bay Ridge Tuesday morning, police said.  … Full Article

Catsimatidis donates $5,000 to Brooklyn Memorial Day Parade

Republican mayoral hopeful John Catsimatidis showed his support for the Kings County Memorial Day Parade by showing up at a parade committee fundraiser in Bay Ridge on April 28 and pulling a $5,000 check out of his pocket. … Full Article

City tells drivers: Go slow on Ridge Boulevard!

Motorists driving on Ridge Boulevard in Bay Ridge are going to have to slow down, now that the city has declared an eight-block stretch of the roadway a “Neighborhood Slow Zone.” The speed limit during arrival and dismissal times at schools in the zone is now 20 miles per hour. … Full Article

Art students learn how to create ‘Flower Power’

“Flower Power,” a 1960s expression popularized by hippies and all but forgotten over the years, is making a comeback, at least in the Brooklyn art world. … Full Article

Golden says water rate hike is all wet

 A plan to hike water usage rates in New York City by 5.6 percent is all wet, according to state Sen. Marty Golden. … Full Article


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