Brooklyn religious school rabbi suspected of sex abuse

A rabbi at a religious school in Borough Park is suspected of sexually abusing students, a law enforcement official said Wednesday. … Full Article

'Stop and Frisk' still going strong in Brooklyn?

A Brooklyn man finding himself the subject of the New York Police Department’s stop and frisk tactic, for a second time, has filed a lawsuit against the city.
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Business leaders looking to close more blocks for ‘Summer Streets’

Bay Ridge business leaders who sponsored a successful “Summer Stroll” on Third Avenue last year are looking to expand the event this year to include more blocks.  … Full Article

College Beat: Resilient Blackbirds refuse to lose as win streak hits five

An overwhelming choice to finish atop their league and return to the NCAA Tournament for a third straight year, no one could have imagined that the Blackbirds of LIU-Brooklyn would somehow emerge as the midseason "Cinderellas" of the Northeast Conference. … Full Article

Grimm joins Dems Schumer and Gillibrand in bid to save NY's anti-terror funds

An elite anti-terror unit at the Fort Hamilton Army Base could be disbanded by the Department of Defense, a trio of lawmakers is warning. … Full Article

Democrat Felder wins plum assignment from GOP leader

By Paula Katinas Brooklyn Daily Eagle … Full Article

After playing Bensonhurst in 1970, Grateful Dead kept on truckin'

With the Dodgers’ departure in 1957, coupled with flocks of Brooklynites fleeing to suburbia and beyond, the borough for many years fell into somewhat of a slide.  More recently, though, this situation has been thoroughly reversed. … Full Article

Calling all single women! Here’s your chance to bid on a bachelor

Hey ladies! Why sit around and wait by the phone for your dream date to call when for a few bucks, you can buy him! A Bay Ridge-based charity group is hosting a Bachelor Auction to raise money to help cancer patients and has lined up a group of gorgeous guys to take part. … Full Article

Hipster Conservatives? Political party targets young people

The first ever meeting of the new Brooklyn South Conservative Club took place in a Bay Ridge bar. And the spot wasn’t picked because the fledging club couldn’t find a meeting hall, President Liam McCabe said. “We’re probably going to have all of our meetings in bars. … Full Article

Quaglione files with Campaign Finance Board for council run against Gentile

John Quaglione, a top aide to state Sen. Marty Golden who has been eyeing a City Council seat, took the first step toward running for public office when he filed paperwork with the New York City Campaign Finance Board last week. … Full Article


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