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Adams, Gentile promote vanity plates to fund cancer research

A new state law signed this week by Gov. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn man serving Navy in historic Pearl Harbor

As the nation pauses to remember the attack on Pearl Harbor, which took place 75 years ago on Dec. 7, 1941, the anniversary has special meaning for a Brooklyn native who is serving in the U.S. Navy in the very location that drew the U.S. … Full Article
 

Students collect 9,215 food items for City Harvest

The generosity of Edward R. Murrow High School students knows no bounds. The school’s students recently hit a new milestone for their annual food drive, collecting and then donating an astonishing 9,215 food items to City Harvest, an organization that helps to feed the needy. … Full Article
 

Shut-down St. John's Episcopal Church in Bay Ridge might be preserved

Brooklyn's historic “Church of the Generals” might be saved from demolition. That's the word from the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island, which is selling vacant St. John's Church in the Fort Hamilton section of Bay Ridge. … Full Article
 

Bay Ridge’s doyenne turns 95

Jane Kelly is 95 years young! Blessed with the energy of people decades younger than her, Kelly continues to maintain a hectic schedule of meetings and activities surrounding the various civic organizations she is involved with in her beloved neighborhood of Bay Ridge. … Full Article
 

Flatbush’s 70th Precinct sponsors neighborhood blood drive

One week after helping hosting a Thanksgiving luncheon for the needy, Flatbush’s 70th Precinct is sponsoring a blood drive in memory of one of its own fallen officers. … Full Article
 

Malliotakis: Death of Castro marks new beginning

The death of Fidel Castro marks a new beginning for the people of Cuba, according to Assemblymember Nicole Malliotakis, a lawmaker who has a personal connection to the Caribbean island nation. Malliotakis is the daughter of a Cuban refugee. Her mother, Vera, fled Cuba in the 1950s. … Full Article
 

District 20 children celebrate multi-culturalism

The music, art, food and flavor of 15 different countries could all be found in one place on a recent afternoon as educators from the Pre-K for All program in School District 20 hosted a multicultural festival at its Bay 11th Street site in Bensonhurst. … Full Article
 

James, councilmembers demand changes in homeless policy

Charging that New York’s homeless problem has become a growing crisis, Public Advocate Letitia James and several city councilmembers are calling on the state to institute major changes in the way people in need receive assistance. … Full Article
 

Narrows Community Theater presents the world premiere of new holiday musical

Narrows Community Theater (NCT) will launch the world premiere of “The Most Miserable Christmas Tree,” a whimsical and enchanting new holiday musical. It will debut in December at the Fort Hamilton Army Base Theater. … Full Article
 

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