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Midwood High School fighting for football relevancy

Last season, Midwood High School's football team was right on the cusp. It wasn’t one of the top teams in Brooklyn, but it was close. … Full Article
 

Hundreds gather on 69th St. pier to remember 9/11 victims

With prayers, poetry, song and a 21-gun salute, Bay Ridge paid tribute to the victims of Sept. 11 in a heartfelt ceremony held at the 69th Street pier Thursday night. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Remembers 9/11

Fort Hamilton was the scene of a moving memorial ceremony Thursday to honor the nearly 3,000 people who perished in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. … Full Article
 

Midwood tennis star meets Billie Jean King

A Midwood teenager was recognized for her outstanding tennis skills by the City Parks Foundation, which presented her with the Billie Jean King Award at its recent benefit dinner. … Full Article
 

Will Montague Street Tunnel be back in service earlier than expected?

R train riders who have to switch trains to get from Brooklyn to Manhattan because of the closure of the Montague Street Tunnel may be getting full service back sooner than expected. … Full Article
 
 

Poly Prep grads win national awards

The fall semester has begun, but at Poly Prep Country Day School, they’re still rejoicing over the accomplishments of the students who graduated in May. … Full Article
 

Recchia goes for the jugular

The gloves are off and the race between U.S. Rep. Michael Grimm and challenger Domenic Recchia has turned into a knock-down, drag-out fight. Recchia, a Democrat, has decided to get tough by releasing a new campaign ad that focuses on Republican Grimm’s legal troubles. … Full Article
 

Bay Ridge teen working toward Eagle Scout rank

A Boy Scout who earns the rank of Eagle Scout gets to keep the coveted title for the rest of his life. It isn’t easy to get there, however. … Full Article
 

Bay Ridge goes gold for kids with cancer

More than a dozen volunteers decorated a tree outside Councilmember Vincent Gentile’s Fifth Avenue office with yards and yards of gold yarn in an effort to draw attention to the plight of children with cancer. … Full Article
 

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