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Woman shot dead near Brookdale Hospital, domestic murder suspected

A woman was fatally shot and killed early this morning behind Brookdale Hospital in Brownsville, according to a police report. … Full Article

New state senate power share group targets Sandy relief

The new power sharing coalition in the state senate composed of renegade Democrats and establishment Republicans has announced its first major project. … Full Article

Numb, hopeful, families endure post-Sandy recovery

There was a moment of horrible disbelief when Linda Marten and her sister, Lauren Mullaney, realized that both of their homes on the Rockaway peninsula had burned to the ground the night Sandy came ashore. … Full Article

8 nabbed in Canarsie on drug charges

Bridget G. Brendan, New York City’s special narcotics prosecutor, and Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly on Friday announced the arrests of eight drug traffickers who allegedly sold illegal narcotics and prescription drugs in Canarsie,  … Full Article

Recchia quits NYC comptroller race

Councilman Domenic Recchia Jr. (D-Bensonhurst-Gravesend-Coney Island) stunned the political world on Tuesday by announcing that he won’t run for city comptroller in 2013. … Full Article

Obama OKs natural gas pipeline to Brooklyn via the Rockaways

President Barack Obama has signed legislation allowing a pipeline through New York's Gateway National Recreation Area. … Full Article

NIMBY! Greenfield and Recchia slam plan for drug rehab in Bensonhurst

A plan by a Queens-based group to open a treatment center for drug addicts in Bensonhurst is coming up against some fierce opposition from local residents, the community board, and City Council members. … Full Article

De Blasio, Crowley call for review of NYC 911 system after Sandy

Public Advocate Bill de Blasio joined Council Member Elizabeth Crowley in calling for a serious review of the New York City 911 system’s failure to keep up with call volume during Hurricane Sandy. … Full Article

Sandy victims coming down with coughs and rashes

Many Superstorm Sandy victims are coming down with serious debris-related illnesses, reports the New York Times. … Full Article

NYC says students hit by Sandy can take classes online

New York City teens impacted by Hurricane Sandy will be able to take many of their classes online, Schools Chancellor Dennis M. Walcott said Tuesday. … Full Article


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