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Bay Ridge blood drive draws lots of donors

A blood drive organized by a Bay Ridge mom in memory of her late son drew a tremendous amount of support on Wednesday, as scores of people rolled up their sleeves to donate their plasma for a good cause. … Full Article
 

Grimm hosts Victorian Tea for 21st Century women

U.S. Rep. Michael Grimm turned into a waiter for an afternoon, pouring tea and offering scones on a tray to a group of highly accomplished women at a luncheon he hosted in their honor on Wednesday. … Full Article
 

Fontbonne students join global campaign for girls’ education

“Girl Rising” is the name of a global campaign to promote the education of women and girls in developing countries. Students at Fontbonne Hall Academy, a Catholic high school for girls in Bay Ridge, learned about the campaign from a filmmaker who presented “Girl Rising,” a movie focusing on the s … Full Article
 

Metropolitan Council delivers food to families for Purim

The Purim holiday which took place this past weekend was a lot more festive for hundreds of people in Brooklyn, thanks to the Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty, which distributed food packages to families in Flatbush, Midwood, Marine Park and Borough Park as part of its Kosher Food Network. … Full Article
 

Bay Ridge residents relieved after DA announces major drug bust

Residents and community leaders in Bay Ridge expressed relief in the wake of Brooklyn District Attorney Kenneth Thompson’s announcement on Monday about a major drug bust that shut down a sophisticated narcotics network in their neighborhood. … Full Article
 

Six arrested in bust of Bay Ridge drug ring

Six defendants were charged on Monday with operating narcotics, steroids and marijuana phone delivery services in Bay Ridge, Dyker Heights, Sunset Park and Bensonhurst. The charges resulted from a wiretap and undercover investigation conducted by the New York Police Department’s Narcotics Borough … Full Article
 

Dyker Heights woman organizes fundraiser for animal rescue charity

Sandy Irrera said she didn’t expect the onslaught of people who came to the fundraiser at La Bella Panini Restaurant on 13th Avenue that she organized to benefit No More Tears Rescue, a non-profit group that saves unwanted, unloved and mistreated dogs. … Full Article
 

Gentile applauds assembly vote on universal pre-k

Vincent Gentile, a deputy leader of the City Council, praised a vote by the New York State Assembly in favor of funding universal pre-kindergarten classes for New York City schoolchildren, calling it “a fundamental step towards turning our schools around.” … Full Article
 

Narrows Community Theater seeks scholarship applicants

Betty Kash, a longtime member of Narrows Community Theater, loved working with kids, according to members of the Bay Ridge-based performing arts company, who said they always admired her generosity toward young people. … Full Article
 

Malliotakis’s bill would ban tattoos on animals

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis, who owns two dogs, said she would never dream of subjecting them to getting tattoos and doesn’t understand why anyone else would do that to their pets. … Full Article
 

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