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Mayor Bill de Blasio on Wednesday unveiled Digital.NYC, a first-of-its-kind online platform that will serve as a centralized hub for the city’s tech ecosystem. … Full Article

A step in the right direction: Repairs to Bay Ridge step street

It was a steep climb, but Bay Ridge elected officials said the New York City Department of Transportation has agreed to their request to repair a step street that had fallen into disrepair endangering pedestrians who regularly use the concrete staircase. … Full Article

Body found in East River Brooklyn side still unidentified

Police told the Brooklyn Eagle late Monday afternoon that a body found floating off of Pier 6 at the southern end of Brooklyn Bridge Park was still unidentified. … Full Article

All-star teacher to represent Mets at All-Star game

The New York Mets don't have a lot of players to send to this year's All-Star Game, but they will be represented by an all-star teacher. … Full Article

No Clowning Around: Green-Wood Staff Not Impressed

Consider them unamused.
Green-Wood Cemetery staff are on the lookout for a performance artist dressed as a clown roaming their hallowed grounds. The activity is likely part of an misguided attempt at performance art or a publicity stunt, the staff claim. … Full Article

Kenny Pretlow Takes Over Lincoln’s Legendary Basketball Program

Over the past several years, Lincoln High School has become the mecca for high school basketball in New York City. … Full Article

Squadron and Levin want India Street Pier answers ASAP

With the G train’s summer shutdown clock ticking, state Senator Daniel Squadron and Councilmember Steve Levin pushed on Friday for a date for the reopening of the East River Ferry’s India Street pier in Greenpoint. … Full Article

Thousands turn out for firefighter’s funeral

Thousands of firefighters from departments across the northeast (and beyond) turned out at the funeral of Lt. Gordon “Matt” Ambelas Thursday morning in a massive show of solidarity and mourning. … Full Article

Disparate factions unite to 'take back' Gowanus

What do a self-styled “provocateur,” a mohawked leather jacket punk rocker, a dredger, a cartographer, a cane-wielding rabble rouser, a public housing advocate and a sprinkling of neighborhood homeowners, preservationists, attorneys and industrial workers all have in common? … Full Article

Pacific Street Library: Not for sale (for now), but grim fate awaits

The managers of a Park Slope community space are worried the timeless Pacific Street branch of the Brooklyn Public Library is for sale and will ultimately be demolished, and have even directed concerned residents to an online petition to thwart the effort. … Full Article

Stringer releases Claim-Stat to help save taxpayer dollars

New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer unveiled the first findings of ClaimStat, a data-driven tool designed to drive down the cost of settlements and judgments by empowering City agencies to reduce claims through changes in training or resource delivery, on Wednesday. … Full Article

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