Bullying is a tragic epidemic that continues to torture children and teens – and in the digital age, which facilitates cyberbullying, the severity and incidence of such episodes is only escalating.
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What comes next for the Triangle Sports Building, where Hooters got turned down before it was sold to a pair of investors who are both named Benjamin? A year later, it's still too soon to know. … Full Article
The New York County Lawyers Association Task Force on Judicial Budget Cuts will hold a day-long public hearing to receive testimony about the continuing impact of judicial budget cuts on the administration of justice. … Full Article
Ice skaters and roller skaters who have anxiously awaited the Lakeside Center in Prospect Park will be jubilant to know that the $74 million, year-round facility will open to the public before Christmas, according to the city P … Full Article
Every year in November, law school graduates who sat for the New York State July Bar Exam receive their results. Graduates prepare to celebrate with their families or begin the process of re-studying for the exam while law schools pine over the schools’ overall statistics. … Full Article
A former Brooklyn bondsman lost a petition to compel a Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice to refrain from interfering with his business. The Appellate Division, 2nd Department, ruled that George Zouvelos failed to provide a reason for such order. … Full Article
Everyone loves a beautiful tree-lined street. But what happens when underground tree roots start to grow so large that they cause the sidewalk to buckle? The result is a major headache for homeowners, who have to fix the sidewalk. … Full Article