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Lutheran Family Health Centers board elects new chairman

A dentist with a passion for helping Brooklyn’s immigrant communities has been tapped to serve as chairman of Lutheran Family Health Centers. … Full Article
 

St. Francis falls short of Northeast Conference title, continues to NIT

The St. Francis Terriers’ quest for an NCAA tournament berth ended after they lost 66-63 to Robert Morris in front of a packed house at the Pope Physical Education Center on Remsen Street Tuesday night. … Full Article
 

Construction Update: Greenpoint

Keep On Truckin', Baby. (Remember that Temptations song?) … Full Article
 

Construction Update: Lightstone Group's 363 and 365 Bond St., Gowanus

Keep On Truckin', Baby. (Remember that Temptations song?) … Full Article
 

Construction Update: AVA DoBro, 100 Willoughby St., Downtown Brooklyn

Keep On Truckin', Baby. (Remember that Temptations song?) … Full Article
 

The Hotel Bossert won't re-open until summer

Fine wine takes time. So does remodeling a landmark like the Bossert. … Full Article
 

Library officials met with blunt questions, cautious support at Brooklyn Heights meeting

Brooklyn Public Library officials and developers were upbeat at a Monday night meeting that provided some new details on the plan to sell and develop the Brooklyn Heights library branch. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Historical Society to present ‘Photography and Letter Writing in Civil War Brooklyn’

Brooklyn Historical Society (BHS) will present “Personal Correspondents: Photography and Letter Writing in Civil War Brooklyn,” a new exhibition that reveals the personal stories of Brooklyn soldiers and their families during the American Civil War.  … Full Article
 

Junior League of Brooklyn events help at-risk women and families

The Junior League of Brooklyn (JLB) continues to show its commitment to helping at-risk women, children and families throughout Brooklyn during March, which is Women’s History month.  … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 6 lawsuit on hold pending talks

A court hearing about a controversial proposal to build residential towers at Pier 6 in Brooklyn Bridge Park, scheduled for March 11, has been postponed for two months to allow the park’s board and litigants the opportunity to discuss the “possibility of resolving the litigation,” according to th … Full Article
 

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