Golden: NY State should do more to help veterans

Military veterans have served their country and now their country should be serving them, according to state Sen. Marty Golden, who is among a group of elected officials pushing for legislation to give veteran business owners a helping hand. … Full Article

Pols warn homeowners: Shovel snow or get summons

With another snowstorm predicted for Feb. 12, two Borough Park lawmakers are reminding property owners in their district to clear the sidewalks after the flakes stop falling to the ground. … Full Article

De Blasio, in State of City, pledges to boost wages, continue pre-K and hospital battles

Roughly a month after taking office, Mayor Bill de Blasio on Monday in his inaugural State of the City address at LaGuardia Community College, laid out a progressive agenda with a major emphasis on fighting the city’s increasing income equality gap. … Full Article

Adams says Verrazano Bridge fare not fair

Borough President Eric Adams said he plans to use a little-known power of his office to try to get equity for all New York City motorists driving across the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge. … Full Article

Mayor de Blasio names four to key housing positions

Mayor Bill de Blasio on Saturday announced four appointments to leadership positions on his housing team, pledging to expand access to affordable housing and upgrade the city’s aging public housing stock. … Full Article

Marty Plissner, veteran CBS political sage and Brooklyn native, dies

Marty Plissner, the longtime Brooklyn-born political director of CBS News, died Thursday of lung cancer. He was 87. Plissner is credited with coining the phrase "too close to call" a half-century ago, heard often ever since during tight vote counts. … Full Article

Pols seek Verrazano toll discount for Brooklyn residents

Staten Island residents who drive on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge will be getting a break on the toll, thanks to a new plan announced by Governor Andrew Cuomo on Thursday. … Full Article

Praise pours in for Karen Brooks Hopkins, BAM president, as she prepares to step down

Having devoted 35 years to the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), President Karen Brooks Hopkins on Wednesday announced her plan to step  down in June 2015.  … Full Article

Mayor says city ready for next storm, predicted this weekend

As the city dug out from under its third major snowfall on Wednesday, Mayor Bill de Blasio assured New Yorkers that the city had stockpiled enough salt and other resources for the next storm, predicted to hit this weekend. … Full Article

Brooklyn Public Library’s Annual Gala honors Brooklyn’s literary luminaries

The Brooklyn Public Library (BPL) on Tuesday hosted its 17th Annual Gala, honoring Brooklyn-based novelist and essayist Martin Amis; Chairman of the Brooklyn Public Library Board of Trustees Anthony Crowell; and The Char … Full Article


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