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Essay topic for kids: How to stop littering

Children in Southwest Brooklyn are being asked to put on their thinking caps and come up with ideas on how to stop their fellow New Yorkers from littering. And if the kids do a good job, they’ll win pizza! … Full Article
 

Pols say new library hours help Orthodox Jews

The Brooklyn Public Library’s new six-days-a-week schedule will be a boon to residents of Orthodox Jewish neighborhoods, according to two City Councilmembers who said branches in those communities can now be open on Sundays. … Full Article
 

FDNY: Gas did not cause Brooklyn building explosion

Authorities have identified the second victim who died when a Brooklyn apartment building exploded last week. … Full Article
 

City plans $9.9 million repairs of two parks

Two parks in Bensonhurst and Gravesend will be getting some much needed attention to the tune of $9.9 million under the NYC Community Parks Initiative, a Mayor Bill de Blasio administration program designed to rebuild smaller, neglected recreation spaces around the city. … Full Article
 

NYPD fans set to ‘wallpaper’ precinct with messages of support

The walls of the 68th Precinct station house are going to be getting a new look, but it’s not because an interior decorator is coming. … Full Article
 

Bike path pushers to rally at foot of Verrazano Bridge

Buoyed by news that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) is looking into the possibility of installing bike-pedestrian lanes on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, two environmental activist groups will hold a rally on the Bay Ridge side of the Brooklyn-Staten Island span on Saturday to boos … Full Article
 

Maimonides celebrates participants of Summer Youth Employment Program

Maimonides Medical Center recently honored the participants of the Summer Youth Employment Program at a special recognition ceremony. … Full Article
 

Bishop Kearney HS goes gold for alum’s daughter

Bishop Kearney High School held a fundraiser and tied gold bows on the fence surrounding the school in September to mark Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and to pay tribute to the courage of the young daughter of a Kearney alum. … Full Article
 

Bay Ridge Lawyers install Grace Borrino as president

The Bay Ridge Lawyers Association hosted its annual Passing of the Gavel ceremony as Grace Borrino was sworn in as the newest president along with the other officers and directors by Judge Barbara Panepinto at Hunter's Steak and Ale House on Wednesday night. … Full Article
 

Donovan meets with cancer research advocates

U.S. Rep. Dan Donovan met with cancer research advocates visiting Washington D.C. … Full Article
 

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