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One House, Two Women, A Vision Realized

One House, Two Women, A Vision Realized

🕔17:41, 11.Feb 2016

Bernice Elizabeth Green When a house on Cambridge Place in the Clinton Hill Historic District recently went up for nearly $4 million, a record for the block, I couldn’t pass up the chance to see it. It opened the door

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Officials pushing new bills, policies, awareness for Victims of City’s Rampant Deed Fraud Abuse

🕔21:12, 5.Feb 2016

City deed rooms – and policies — may match the streets as the sites of some of the nation’s most heinous “bait and switch” crimes of theft African-American and Latino former and current property owners living in some of the

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Our Streets, Our Stories …At Boys & Girls High School, New Ventures Getting Next Generations Ready for the Future

Our Streets, Our Stories …At Boys & Girls High School, New Ventures Getting Next Generations Ready for the Future

🕔21:13, 14.Jan 2016

Bernice Elizabeth Green Stories of the journeys of Boys & Girls H.S. in educating, inspiring and empowering young people are often told as a “many-mountains-to-climb” rite of struggle with failure as the operative word. A recent visit to Boys &

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Bonnie Paley: No Soap Dish, No Towel Rack, No Respect Makes for Very Low Impact

🕔21:24, 31.Dec 2015

One organization that specializes in helping tenants take landlords to court is now under fire by some its tenants for being a “bad” landlord. Last month, the organization formerly known as PACC announced and celebrated a new name, new logo,

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PRESSING ON

PRESSING ON

🕔13:07, 24.Dec 2015

  When Mrs. Eloise Mitchell, a member of Evening Star Baptist Church, saw that her “press and curl” clientele was dipping, she decided to do the business thing and follow the advice of a sister church member:  take out an ad

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Milestone…

Milestone…

🕔10:40, 11.Dec 2015

The expression “All good things must come to an end” never had as much poignancy as when Eddie Hibbert told us on Friday that he was moving. We accepted the news with joy; we know wherever Eddie parks his van,

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Autumn in Lansingburgh  

Autumn in Lansingburgh  

🕔09:08, 14.Nov 2015

Our Time Press witnessed a few hours in the lives of these incredibly bright, self-directed and motivated youngsters recently.  We were impressed with how they interacted with nature, using elements in the environment as tools for having fun. The children played

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Community Matters: Borough President Eric Adams Disapproves of Sale, Shrinkage of Brooklyn Heights Library

Community Matters: Borough President Eric Adams Disapproves of Sale, Shrinkage of Brooklyn Heights Library

🕔18:13, 18.Sep 2015

Proposes blueprint that puts children, families, community first by Bernice Elizabeth Green Just when you thought libraries and books were things of the past in these technological times, Brooklyn Borough President Eric L..Adams (in one gesture) is showing that books,

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Education Matters Climate Change Should be A Matter of Concern

Education Matters Climate Change Should be A Matter of Concern

🕔15:14, 10.Sep 2015

By Bernice Elizabeth Green From September 21-28, New York will be home to folks from around the world in business, government and society talking about the earth, global warming and climate change at numerous venues, from the United Nations to

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Our Time At Home: City Shuts Down Illegal Hostel City Shuts Down Illegal Hostel on Kosciuszko Street

Our Time At Home: City Shuts Down Illegal Hostel City Shuts Down Illegal Hostel on Kosciuszko Street

🕔13:08, 3.Sep 2015

A hotel “room” at $25 per night sounds like a great deal, but not if you’re sharing space with about 30 people. And that’s exactly what the Buildings Department and New York City law officials determined after a follow-up to a complaint about

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