House passes Donovan anti-terror bills

Two anti-terror bills sponsored by the lone Republican in New York City’s congressional delegation were passed by the House this week as lawmakers turned their attention to securing transportation systems and cyber space in the wake of the bombing in Chelsea. … Full Article

Malliotakis to host pet adoption event at Third Ave. Festival

Pet lovers will have an extra special reason to attend the 43rd Annual Third Avenue Festival in Bay Ridge on Sunday. They will have a chance to adopt a pet and give an animal a loving home. … Full Article

Petri Plumbing goes gold for pediatric cancer

Bay Ridge Cares, a nonprofit group of volunteers who have provided hot meals to Superstorm Sandy victims rebuilding their homes and financial assistance to cancer victims rebuilding their lives, now has a new ally in its mission. … Full Article

Long wins new term as Conservative Party chairman

Mike Long, the Bay Ridge business leader who has been the outspoken head of the New York State Conservative Party for more than two decades, has been re-elected to another term as the party’s chairman. … Full Article

Three-time Olympic gymnast Dominque Dawes visits Flatbush school to discuss physical education

East Flatbush’s P.S. 6 has just received a $1,000 grant that will change the way its students think about eating and exercising. … Full Article

Help Wanted: CEC 20 has opening for new member

The “Help Wanted” ad could read something like this: Seeking member for an important panel working to improve the lives of thousands school children in Southwest Brooklyn. The Community Education Council (CEC) of School District 20 has an opening that it is trying to fill. … Full Article

Cruz takes helm at Community Board 10

The Community Board 10 meeting this week marked the official debut of the new chairperson, Doris Cruz, who took the oath of office from Councilmember Vincent Gentile and immediately issued a call for unity on the board and in the neighborhoods the board represents. … Full Article

Adelphi Academy opens new science lab, art studio

When students recently began the school year at Adelphi Academy of Brooklyn, they found several big changes to the school, including a new science lab and a music and art studio. … Full Article

Mazel Tov! Voter forms translated into Yiddish

The Board of Elections is printing voter registration forms in Yiddish this election season, and one Brooklyn lawmaker is hailing the move as an inclusive gesture to the city’s Jewish population. … Full Article

Dyker Heights parents praise FDA approval of muscular dystrophy drug

The dedication and determination of Dyker Heights parents who fought for federal approval of an experimental drug to treat their son’s rare disease has paid off. The U.S. … Full Article


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