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Colton says city’s trash plant plan is ‘not progressive’

Undaunted by the uphill battle he is facing in his fight to keep the city from building a trash processing plant on the Bensonhurst waterfront, Assemblyman Bill Colton said now is not the time to give up. In fact, things might be on the upswing, he hinted. … Full Article
 

Nadler says closing loophole will end NSA’s ‘backdoor searches’ of U.S. citizens

An amendment to a defense appropriations bill could put a leash on the National Security Agency (NSA) and its controversial practice of spying on Americans, according to U.S. Rep. Jerrold Nadler. … Full Article
 

Sum, Sum, Summertime eye candy … in Dyker Heights

The waterfalls are wonderful, the statues divine (some in the literal sense, others simply beautiful to behold). … Full Article
 

Majestic menageries on Dyker Heights lawns

Whence came the winged goats that guard the stairs at the stone manse on 11th Avenue? No, wait — those are wild rams, mythological figures from ancient Greece. … Full Article
 

Holy cannoli! Dyker Heights mansion price-tagged at $7 million

Seven million dollars is a big number, even in sought-after Dyker Heights. … Full Article
 

Santa's favorite neighborhood shines in summertime, too

What is Santa's favorite neighborhood like in the summertime? Pretty awesome, actually. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn College to present acclaimed playwrights

The Brooklyn College Department of Theater will present its inaugural New Works Brooklyn festival from June 25 to 29. … Full Article
 

Google asks Fontbonne Hall Academy to test new product

When Principal Mary Ann Spicijaric arrived at Fontbonne Hall Academy in 2013, she recognized that technology would play a crucial role in the development of her students as the leaders of tomorrow.  Under her guidance, Fontbonne, a Catholic high school for girls in Bay Ridge, eagerly signed up fo … Full Article
 

Bay Ridge Lawyers Association celebrate new officers at 60th annual dinner dance

Bay Ridge Lawyers Association celebrated new officers at the 60th annual dinner dance. Shown here President Joann Monaco, treasurer Stephen Spinelli, and vice president Lisa Becker. … Full Article
 

Gentile drafts bill to crack down on developers gutting buildings

Alarmed at the increasing incidents in Bay Ridge in which developers are buying one-family homes, gutting the structures and then turning them into multiple unit dwellings in an apparent violation of the city’s building code, Councilman Vincent Gentile said he is drafting legislation aimed at hel … Full Article
 

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