Dyker Heights

Catholic school parents demand financial aid from state

Francesca Emery, whose son Matias is a first grader at Holy Angels Catholic Academy in Bay Ridge, said New York State should be doing more to help financially strapped parents who choose to send their kids to religious or private schools. … Full Article

Bus company shutdown could leave 40,000 students stranded

Parents of the city's school children had better enjoy their Christmas vacation because it could be the last no-stress period of time they have for a long time. After the start of the New Year, parents could face the prospect of having no school bus service for their kids. … Full Article

Third Ave. Merchants pay tribute to business pioneers

For 20 years, the Merchants of Third Avenue organization has been handing out awards to business leaders who are pioneers of the ongoing effort to expand the types of stores on the famous southern Brooklyn commercial strip. … Full Article

World War II veteran gets his Bronze Star – 68 years later

A member of the Greatest Generation finally has the Bronze Star medal he earned the Battle of the Bulge more than half a century ago. … Full Article

Memorial Day is for more than just shopping, marine says

The upcoming Memorial Day holiday should be about more than just barbecues, shopping excursions and trips to the beach, according to a US Marine, who said he’s concerned Americans have forgotten the real meaning of the day. … Full Article

Norwegian-Americans can’t wait for Sunday’s parade!

Bay Ridge’s small, but proud Norwegian-American community is gearing up for its biggest even of the year, the 61st Annual 17th of May Parade to be held this Sunday. … Full Article

Congressional Dems give Recchia a ‘Jumpstart’

  By Paula Katinas Brooklyn Daily Eagle   … Full Article

Ragamuffin Parade, 3rd Ave. Festival bring lots of smiles

It was a weekend of fun, smiles, music, food, and lots of laughter! … Full Article

More sinkholes in Bay Ridge's future?

As repair crews from the Department of Environmental Protection were busy working at the scene of the 20-foot-deep sinkhole that erupted on 79th Street, local officials and residents expressed concern that the cave-in, the second this summer, is a troubling sign of things to come. … Full Article


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