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Monday Sept. 29: Our World In Pictures

NEW YORK — Tunnel to Towers Run Honors Deceased Brooklyn Firefighter: Runners pass 1 World Trade Center during the annual "Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers" memorial run on Sunday in New York. The run honors New York firefighter Stephen Siller who on Sept. … Full Article
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VIDEO: Photoville brings Brooklyn Bridge Park to life

You'd think that giant shipping containers would negatively impact the beauty of Brooklyn Bridge Park. … Full Article

Brooklyn Public Library harnesses power of young philanthropists

Brooklyn native Shauneequa Owusu is a rising star at the New York Academy of Medicine who has used the Brooklyn Public Library all her life. … Full Article

Brooklyn well represented at new section of Manhattan's High Line

Our beloved borough is present in the form of a Brooklyn Soda Works stand on the shoreline of that other river, the Hudson. The popular soda purveyor has a prominent spot to sell its wares on the newly opened section of the High Line, a park fashioned from an old railway line. … Full Article

Brooklyn teen killed, 3 others hurt in NJ Turnpike crash

A Brooklyn teenager was killed and three other people were seriously injured when a tractor-trailer and a minivan collided on the New Jersey Turnpike. … Full Article

New car-sharing service ‘car2go’ launching in Brooklyn

Zipcar and other car-sharing companies will soon have a new competitor in Brooklyn: Texas-based car2go will be launching “point-to-point” car sharing in the borough on October 25. … Full Article

Sunset Park residents march to 72nd Precinct

In the wake of two violent interactions between police officers and citizens, both captured on video, Sunset Park community leaders organized a protest march to the 72nd Precinct station house on Saturday. … Full Article

Rosanna Scotto chairs benefit for police, fire widows

Fans who enjoy watching of Rosanna Scotto on “Good Day New York” now have even more reason to admire the television host. … Full Article

NYC subways targeted in ISIS terror plot -- NYPD, FBI evaluating threat level

Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Thursday that there may be “imminent threats against subway systems” in the U.S. According to published reports, Iraq's Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said that the subway systems in New York City and Paris have been targeted by the Islamic State group ISIS. … Full Article

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