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Fariña taps Bay Ridge principal to be her deputy

A Bay Ridge high school principal is graduating to a new job as a right hand man to City Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña. … Full Article
 

State law protects sex trafficking victims, Brook-Krasny says

With Super Bowl Sunday approaching, law enforcement authorities, aware that the biggest sporting event of the year is also prime time for sex trafficking, are on the lookout for any suspicious activity. … Full Article
 

Nadler ranks high on House’s Internet Subcommittee

U.S. Rep. Jerrold Nadler, who has been a member of the House Judiciary Committee for the 22 years, has been selected as the ranking member on a Judiciary Committee’s subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property and Internet. … Full Article
 

St. Patrick's students share their scientific discoveries

Chloe Fequiere, a seventh-grader, studied blood pressure levels in arteries and veins and worked hard to create a three-dimensional heart for her poster board, which she proudly displayed at her school’s science fair. … Full Article
 
 

When Bay Ridge Community Council serves lunch, everyone shows up to eat!

If you want to find anyone who is a very important person in Bay Ridge, then the Bay Ridge Manor catering hall on 76th Street is the place to be on Feb. 1. There, you’ll find the neighborhood luminaries all under one roof. … Full Article
 

MTA board member tells B37 advocates: Keep up the pressure

Transit advocates trying to convince the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) to extend the B37 bus route to Court Street instead of terminating the soon-to-be reinstated bus line at the Barclays Center are making significant progress, according to a man with inside information. … Full Article
 

Kane tribute concert raises money for charity

“Tommy Kane is looking down on us right now and he’s smiling,” singer Frankie Marra told the audience in Saint Patrick’s Church auditorium Friday night in Bay Ridge. … Full Article
 

Golden outraged by Sept. 11 museum fee

State Sen. Marty Golden and the families of Sept. 11 victims expressed outrage over the announcement by the Board of Trustees of the National September 11 Memorial & Museum that the museum will charge $24 a person to visit the facility when it opens in the spring. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn council members get plumb committee assignments

To the victors go the spoils. Or plumb committee assignments, in the case of the City Council. … Full Article
 

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