With the Dodgers’ departure in 1957, coupled with flocks of Brooklynites fleeing to suburbia and beyond, the borough for many years fell into somewhat of a slide. More recently, though, this situation has been thoroughly reversed. … Full Article
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A Bay Ridge-based charity group is hosting a Bachelor Auction to raise money to help cancer patients and has lined up a group of gorgeous guys to take part. … Full Article
The first ever meeting of the new Brooklyn South Conservative Club took place in a Bay Ridge bar. And the spot wasn’t picked because the fledging club couldn’t find a meeting hall, President Liam McCabe said. “We’re probably going to have all of our meetings in bars. … Full Article
John Quaglione, a top aide to state Sen. Marty Golden who has been eyeing a City Council seat, took the first step toward running for public office when he filed paperwork with the New York City Campaign Finance Board last week. … Full Article
Bay Ridge residents got the chance to help the city come up with a new look for Fourth Avenue when the Department of Transportation held a workshop on Borough President Marty Markowitz’s project to turn the thoroughfare into a grand boulevard. … Full Article
A man and woman who allegedly used the same car to mow down several pedestrians and sideswipe autos on a Bay Ridge street have been indicted by a grand jury, Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes said. … Full Article