Journalism professor speaks on Italian-Irish relations

Paul Moses, professor of journalism at Brooklyn College, will discuss his book "An Unlikely Union, the Love-Hate Story of New York's Irish and Italians” when he speaks at a meeting of the Bay Ridge Historical Society on March 16. … Full Article

Students offer advice on how to keep sidewalks clean

Three girls from Bay Ridge and Bensonhurst, who combined civic-mindedness with their writing talents and came up with bold ideas on how to keep streets and sidewalks clean, were named the big winners of an anti-littering essay contest sponsored by state Sen. Marty Golden. … Full Article

Donovan demands Obama declare ISIS slaughter genocide

The torture, rapes, beheadings and other atrocities committed by ISIS against Christians in the Middle East are genocide and should labeled as such by the U.S. government, according to U.S. Rep. … Full Article

Ciao! Fontbonne students visit Italy

Eighteen members of the junior class at Fontbonne Hall Academy got the opportunity of a lifetime when they traveled to Italy and immersed themselves in Italian culture during the school’s recent winter break. … Full Article

Eugene secures $4.9 million for Kings County Hospital

Councilmember Mathieu Eugene, the City Council’s only physician, has done something to improve the health of Kings County Hospital, but he didn’t need a stethoscope to do it. … Full Article

Assembly GOPers push crackdown on sanctuary cities

As the national debate over immigration intensified, Republicans in the New York State Assembly were pushing legislation aimed at cutting state funding to so-called sanctuary cities that harbor undocumented immigrants. … Full Article

Schools mark birthday of magical Dr. Seuss

No one ate green eggs and ham for breakfast, but lucky students in two Southwest Brooklyn schools got the chance to enjoy the work of the famous Dr. Seuss, thanks to their teachers and some special guests. … Full Article

Former Ft. Hamilton commander honored by conservatives

The former commanding officer of the U.S. Army Garrison at Fort Hamilton returned to Bay Ridge, where he received an award from a local Conservative Party club and spoke about his time at the military base. … Full Article

Storefront Art Walk judges select artists for Bay Ridge exhibition

The Seventh Annual Storefront Art Walk in Bay Ridge will feature the talents of a variety of artists who will display their works in the front windows of Fifth Avenue shops this spring to give viewers an interactive artistic experience. … Full Article

City changes trash collection times for Borough Park

In a move hailed by Borough Park elected officials and religious leaders, the de Blasio administration is changing the schedule for trash collections in Borough Park to ensure that sanitation trucks are not clogging local streets during morning rush hours. … Full Article


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