State senate task force looks at heroin crisis

Three members of the New York State Senate came to Dyker Heights to hold a hearing on drug abuse on Friday and heard eye-opening testimony from experts who told the elected officials that the problem is reaching crisis proportions. … Full Article

In Public Service: Bichotte proud of her Haitian roots

Rodneyse Bichotte, who is a member of the Black and Latino Women’s Caucus in the New York State Assembly, is a Haitian-American and said she is proud of the fact she was the first Haitian-American woman in New York City to win elective office. … Full Article

Past president Tafuri lectures Bay Ridge Lawyers on transfer and mortgage tax

The Bay Ridge Lawyers Association (BRLA) welcomed back past President Thomas P. Tafuri for a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) lecture titled “Update of Transfer and Mortgage Tax” during its monthly meeting at Hunter’s Steak House in Bay Ridge on Wednesday night. … Full Article

Bay Ridge Merchants look to hold six Summer Stroll dates

The Fifth Annual Summer Stroll on 3rd will be spread across six nights, not four nights as in years past, if the event’s sponsor can successfully convince the Department of Transportation (DOT) to expand the popular street fair. … Full Article

City looking to force sale of Prince Hotel

In the wake of a raid of the notorious Prince Hotel in Bay Ridge, the New York City Department of Finance is seeking to force the sale of the building. … Full Article

Capano offers ideas on how GOP can win

How can the Republican Party start winning elections in a Democratic stronghold like Brooklyn? Bob Capano, a longtime Republican activist, said one way to attract voters is to offer a clear message. … Full Article

Donovan to hold hearing on Obama anti-terror funding cuts

U.S. Rep. Dan Donovan, who has been tapped to head a House subcommittee on emergency preparedness, will hold a hearing on March 15 on President Barack Obama’s proposed cut in anti-terrorism funding. … Full Article

Housing construction in Borough Park, whatever the season

In Borough Park, families are large as a matter of religious belief. There's constant demand for additional housing. As in every Brooklyn neighborhood, construction work is done even when it's cold. … Full Article

Architectural eye candy — and actual candy — in Borough Park

One of the world's largest Orthodox Jewish populations outside of Israel is right here in B'KLYN. We're talking about Borough Park, the fascinating neighborhood south of Green-Wood Cemetery and east of Sunset Park. … Full Article


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