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Guild for Exceptional Children salutes workers for helping disabled people

A Bay Ridge-based social services agency that provides assistance to developmentally disabled people found a special way to take part in a nationwide salute to professionals who work hand in hand with the disabled. … Full Article
 

Gov. Cuomo signs 9/11 sick leave bill

Two Brooklyn lawmakers who pushed for legislation to help first responders and others suffering from Sept. 11-related illnesses said they were grateful when Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed their bill into law earlier this week. … Full Article
 

Greek School of Plato to build community center

In a ceremony that demonstrated the size and strength of Bay Ridge’s vibrant Greek-American community, hundreds of people gathered at a construction site on Sunday to mark the groundbreaking for a new community center for the Greek School of Plato. … Full Article
 

John Quaglione wins District 43 GOP City Council primary

It was a rousing victory celebration at the Bay Ridge Manor on Tuesday night, when a proud and beaming state Sen. Marty Golden took the microphone and declared his Deputy Chief of Staff John Quaglione the winning City Council candidate in the Republican primary. … Full Article
 

Brannan, Quaglione win Bay Ridge council primaries

Justin Brannan and John Quaglione, who both spent many years working as aides to elected officials in Bay Ridge, now have a chance to become lawmakers themselves after posting stunning victories in Tuesday’s Democratic and Republican primaries in Brooklyn’s 43rd Council District (C.D.), setting u … Full Article
 

Brooklyn’s terror attack hero to receive ROTC medal

Mark Kindschuh is getting a military medal after all. The young Bay Ridge man who helped save a victim’s life during a terrorist attack in London in June will be awarded the ROTC’s Medal of Heroism, according to U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer and U.S. Rep. Dan Donovan.  … Full Article
 

Malliotakis calls de Blasio statue commission a waste of time

A special commission formed by Mayor Bill de Blasio in the wake of recent events in Charlottesville to study statues and monuments in New York City to determine if they should remain or be taken down is a waste of time, according of the mayor’s likely Republican opponent. … Full Article
 

Sen. Golden hosts first Asian Lion and Dragon Dance Festival

State Sen. Marty Golden has initiated what he hopes will become a new tradition in Dyker Heights — the first Asian Lion and Dragon Dance Festival at Leif Ericson Park at 66th Street and Fort Hamilton Parkway. … Full Article
 

Zoning, liquor licenses top Community Board 10 agenda

Community Board 10 will have a lot on its plate when members gather for their first meeting of the season on Sept. 18. … Full Article
 

Bay Ridge City Council candidate mourns mother’s death on eve of primary

The closing hours of the fierce primary campaign for Bay Ridge’s City Council seat brought a softening in tone following the death of a Democratic candidate’s mother. … Full Article
 

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