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LIU announces newest athletics Hall Of Fame class

LIU-Brooklyn Director of Athletics John Suarez on Monday released the names of the six new members of the Downtown school's Athletics Hall of Fame. … Full Article

Aaron Swartz's family blames Fed prosecutors for death of Reddit co-founder

The family of a Reddit co-founder is blaming prosecutors for his suicide just weeks before he was to go on trial on federal charges that he stole millions of scholarly articles. … Full Article

Brooklyn embraces its adopted Miss America

A woman who grew up in Alabama and moved to Brooklyn is the new Miss America – and Brooklynites are proud, although many are still somewhat skeptical about the pageant itself. … Full Article

BLOODY MONDAY: J.P. Morgan Chase kills 500+ jobs at MetroTech

Restaurants and other businesses in Downtown Brooklyn will be a little emptier this winter as J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. has started laying off more than 500 workers from its MetroTech offices.  … Full Article

LIU Brooklyn accounting students offer free tax-preparation help to elderly and others in need

This tax season, LIU Brooklyn students will again help low-income, local community residents prepare their tax returns through the campus’ Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (

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Campaigns for Brooklyn boro president push past million dollar mark

The two men most likely to throw their hats in the ring for Brooklyn Borough President during the primaries in June have both raised enough funds to push them past the million-dollar mark. … Full Article

Ex-charter school CEO admits $70K tax fraud

Eddie Calderon-Melendez, the founder and former CEO of the beleaguered Williamsburg Charter High School and Believe High Schools Network, has pleaded guilty to receiving over $1.4 million in compensation and unreimb … Full Article

84th Precinct community council meets Tuesday night

On Tuesday at 7 p.m., the 84th Precinct Community Council will meet at Borough Hall. … Full Article

Sunset Park picked as historic districts worth celebrating

  By Paula Katinas Brooklyn Daily Eagle   Sunset Park’s architecture, which includes blocks of rowhouses built for working class families at the turn of the last century, has drawn the attention of a citywide preservation group.   … Full Article

Brooklyn Religion Briefs

Forum Addresses ‘New Jim Crow’ Imprisonments

The imprisonment of young men of color is the topic of a Community Forum next week at First Unitarian Church.
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