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Parker, Spurs dominate 2nd half in 111-86 rout of Nets

Tony Parker has been so outstanding lately that Spurs coach Gregg Popovich called it "beyond an All-Star level." Does that mean All-NBA? Maybe even MVP? … Full Article

Thousands rally in Downtown Brooklyn for striking school bus drivers

Well over a thousand striking school bus drivers, matrons and their supporters poured into Cadman Plaza Park in Brooklyn Heights on Sunday afternoon to rally and march over the Brooklyn Bridge to City Hall. … Full Article

Striking school bus drivers march over Brooklyn Bridge

Thousands of striking school bus drivers and their supporters staged a protest Sunday, calling New York's mayor "heartless" a day before the city opens competitive bidding for new contracts. … Full Article

PRO BONO BARRISTER: Sen. Schumer makes history, visits Bay Ridge, makes more history

Sen. Chuck Schumer starred at President Barack Obama's Inaugural where he deftly performed as master of ceremonies and a few days later stopped off at the Bay Ridge Manor for the Bay Ridge Community Council's Presidents Luncheon. … Full Article

After LICH closure vote, hundreds pack Brooklyn Borough Hall for hearing, vow to fight on

After SUNY voted to close Long Island College Hospital (LICH), an overflow crowd packed Brooklyn Borough Hall's courtroom for a hearing on the borough's health care crisis.  … Full Article

Lock the doors and throw away the keys — LICH is a dead man walking

Long Island College Hospital won't close right away, but it might as well. It's a dead man walking. … Full Article

SUNY board votes unanimously to close LICH; Williams says it's nobody's fault; local pol was 'snookered'

The SUNY board of trustees voted unanimously Friday morning to close Long Island College Hospital. … Full Article

SAVING LICH: Doctors raising money to fight hospital closing

Doctors from embattled Long Island College Hospital are raising funds to head off the proposed closure of the Cobble Hill medical center.  … Full Article

SUNY HEARING: Did real estate riches doom LICH? Was there 'criminal action'?

Councilman Brad Lander clashed Thursday with SUNY Chairman Carl McCall, questioning whether SUNY's acquisition of Long Island College Hospital was a transaction driven by real estate rather than medical considerations. … Full Article


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