Meet the NYPD mounted unit patrolling Bay Ridge

“A horse is a horse of course, of course,” unless the horse is part of the NYPD Mounted Unit, a program that enables them to help protect the community. … Full Article

BP Adams kicks off partnership with award-winning app to identify millions in financial benefits for New Yorkers in need

On Tuesday, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams kicked off his partnership with Benefit Kitchen, a Brooklyn-based technology platform that won the NYC BigApps contest in 2015, to help identify millions of dollars in financial benefits for New Yorkers in need, according to a press release  … Full Article

Cuomo revives affordable housing tax break

Gov. Andrew Cuomo said on Sunday that he plans to introduce legislation to create a new real estate tax exemption program to replace the expired 421-a program. … Full Article

Brooklyn honors MLK at first annual March of Peace

In anticipation of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, District 20’s (including Bay Ridge, Dyker Heights, Bensonhurst) Pre-K Center Z075, located on Bay 11th Street, hosted a successful March of Peace celebrating the legacy of Dr. King. … Full Article

Staten Island borough president calls for Brooklyn to St. George ferry route

Staten Island Borough President James Oddo is asking the city to “right a wrong” by creating an additional ferry route on the proposed Citywide Ferry Service between Brooklyn and St. George, Staten Island.  … Full Article

Borough President Adams honors four crime-fighting Brooklyn heroes

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams honored four Brooklyn residents on Wednesday afternoon as part of his continuing “Heroes of the Month” program, where he highlights ordinary Brooklynites who do extraordinary acts. … Full Article

Subway rider hit by R train in Bay Ridge

Police are investigating an incident in which a man was struck by a northbound R train in a Bay Ridge subway station Wednesday afternoon. … Full Article

De Blasio: NYC traffic fatalities reach all-time low for 2016

Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Wednesday that New York City experienced the lowest number of traffic fatalities in 2016 since record-keeping began in 1910. There were 229 fatalities in 2016, which was an improvement from 234 deaths in 2015.   … Full Article

Tributes pour in for late Detective Steven McDonald

The death of hero cop Steven McDonald is touching New Yorkers of all stripes, from former Mayor Michael Bloomberg to kids at a Bay Ridge Catholic school who were deeply moved by the inspiring words the legendary detective delivered during a visit there two months ago. … Full Article

Bay Ridge activist urges more help for city’s homeless

A Bay Ridge political activist whose homeless father died 12 years ago is urging residents to volunteer to help count the number of people living on the streets as part of a citywide project. … Full Article


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