Volunteers give Milestone gift to Bensonhurst – a cleaner park

Sweeping changes have come to Milestone Park in Bensonhurst. Literally! … Full Article

Bay Ridge history buffs have a new leader

The Bay Ridge Historical Society, a group founded the same year the nation celebrated the Bicentennial, has started a new era with the election of a new president. … Full Article

Website captures Midwood seniors’ memories

Most people are familiar with the basic history of the “Greatest Generation” – how many of its members suffered during the Depression, fought during World War II, then came home to take advantage of the G.I. Bill and start careers and families. … Full Article

Verrazano-Narrows Bridge drivers pay $15 toll…to see graffiti!

For a $15 toll you’d think they’d clean the graffiti! … Full Article

Community Board 11 salutes 86th Street beat cop

Bensonhurst’s 86th Street shopping strip has become a testing ground for an old policing concept that is suddenly becoming new again. … Full Article

Bensonhurst native to present Brooklyn-inspired stories

Author, poet and playwright John Biscello is a Bensonhurst native, but he’s lived in Taos, NM for the past eleven years. This summer he will be returning to New York to read from various Bensonhurst-inspired stories. … Full Article

Golden, Malliotakis demand NYPD crackdown on ‘day spas’

Alarmed at the number of massage parlors and day spas opening up in Bay Ridge, two of the neighborhood’s elected officials called on the New York Police Department and other agencies to investigate the establishments to make sure there’s no hanky-panky going on behind closed doors. … Full Article

DiNapoli meets with small business owners

State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli met with a group of small business owners in Bay Ridge on June 14, assuring the merchants that they had a sympathetic ear in state government and promising to do what he could to make their lives easier. … Full Article

Massage parlors rub Bay Ridge residents the wrong way

Charging that a slew of massage parlors that have opened up in Bay Ridge in recent months might be offering customers “more than they advertise,” namely that they are fronts for prostitution, Councilman Vincent Gentile has contacted the 68th Police Precinct and the Brooklyn district attorne … Full Article


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