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Bensonhurst drivers beg city to ease parking rules

Residents living along New Utrecht Avenue in Bensonhurst are having a tough time finding parking spaces for their cars because of strict regulations imposed by the city – rules that residents said are unnecessary. … Full Article
 
 

This Catholic school teacher has a halo!

Mary Brannan has a halo over her. No, she’s not an angel. But Brannan, a teacher at Holy Angels Catholic Academy in Bay Ridge, walks into the school every morning and sees her name on a wall underneath the word “halo.” … Full Article
 

Bay Ridge lawyer is Hellenic Association’s Attorney of the Year

Charles Capetanakis, a lawyer and education advocate from Bay Ridge who is a partner in the law firm Davidoff Hutcher & Citron, will be the guest of honor at the Hellenic Lawyers Association’s 25th Annual Dinner-Dance at the Pierre Hotel in Manhattan on Nov. 15. … Full Article
 

BrooklynONE presents borough premiere of ‘Everyday People Project’

“Everyday People Project,” a documentary by Brooklyn-born filmmaker JD Urban, in which the director interviews a variety of people about hope, faith, equality, and overcoming adversity, will have its Brooklyn premiere in Bay Ridge on Nov. 22. … Full Article
 

‘Miracle on 34th Street’ was a musical, too

Talk to anyone you know about their favorite Christmas movies and “Miracle on 34th Street,” will be at or near the top of the list. … Full Article
 

VA Center unveils plaque honoring all who serve in military

Carey Spearman, a Vietnam War veteran, served during the Tet Offensive in 1968, one of that war’s most famous battles. But he said he thinks military veterans who didn’t see combat are often overlooked when it comes to honors and recognition. … Full Article
 

Nets spend Veterans Day at Fort Hamilton

Military men and women at the US Army Garrison at Fort Hamilton had an unusual crew of waiters serving them lunch on Monday. And boy were these waiters tall! … Full Article
 

Women need to focus on their health care, experts say

Women are often the primary caregivers in the family, but do they take care of themselves? … Full Article
 

Justice Schack returning to his old stomping grounds

It’ll be a homecoming of sorts for New York State Supreme Court Justice Arthur Schack when he speaks at the next meeting of Community Board 10. Schack is a former chairman of the Bay Ridge-Dyker Heights board. … Full Article
 

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