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Catsimatidis urges mayoral candidates to keep Kelly at NYPD

The next mayor, whether it is Democrat Bill de Blasio or Republican Joe Lhota, will likely make a lot of changes in city government after he takes office in January. … Full Article
 

Cobble Hill Association seeks to answer: ‘What the heck is going on at LICH?’

Groups and individuals working to save Long Island College Hospital (LICH) from closure by SUNY Downstate were presented with awards and heartfelt applause at the Cobble Hill Association’s (CHA) Fall General Meeting, held at … Full Article
 

'Judge Judy’ Sheindlin to speak at naturalization ceremony in Brooklyn

Chief Judge Carol Bagley Amon of  U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York announced recently that Judge Judith Sheindlin, best known to many the longtime host of TV’s “Judge Judy,” will be speaking at the Brooklyn Federal Courthouse Naturalization ceremony on Friday, Nov. 1.  … Full Article
 

‘Writers on War’ to feature veteran and civilian authors

Words After War, a non-profit literary organization that provides high-quality literary programming for veterans, their families and civilian supporters, has partnered with Togather, a Brooklyn-based organization that links authors to their readers through a variety of digital  … Full Article
 

Boerum Hill slow zone is vetted; Heights sure to watch closely

Concerned by the number of vehicular accidents within its borders, some involving pedestrians and some even resulting in fatalities, the transportation committee of the Boerum Hill Association set about researching successful slow zone programs abroad about four years ago. … Full Article
 

The Heights Players presents ‘Twelve Angry Men’ : A timeless drama

For the first time in its 57-year history, The Heights Players will present “Twelve Angry Men,” a classic drama that helped usher into America a new age of civil rights and social justice. Written by Reginald Rose, this play was originally staged for television in the late 1950s, star … Full Article
 

UNIQLO apparel store opens In Downtown’s Atlantic Terminal

A UNIQLO outlet opened on Friday at the Atlantic Terminal Mall, mall owner Forest City Ratner announced. This new location is the Japanese-owned apparel chain’s first store in Brooklyn.  … Full Article
 

SUNY’s plans to lay off 500 LICH employees halted, for now

SUNY Downstate’s plan to lay off 500 employees of Long Island College Hospital (LICH) came to a halt on Monday afternoon, just hours after LICH supporters including Public Advocate Bill de Blasio, the New York State Nurses Association (NYSNA) and 1199 Healthcare Workers vowed to seek an injunctio … Full Article
 

Iconic rocker Lou Reed was a regular on Brooklyn’s stages

Lou Reed, the revolutionary, idiosyncratic rocker who died on Sunday at age 71, may have left Brooklyn for Long Island at the age of 10. … Full Article
 

Suspect arraigned in stabbing of 5 in Sunset Park family

A 25-year-old Chinese immigrant accused of butchering his cousin's wife and children with a knife and found dripping in blood amid the carnage, authorities said, was charged Monday with murder. … Full Article
 

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