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Despite Two Opponents, DA Charles Hynes Faces Greatest Campaign Challenge Yet: Himself

Despite Two Opponents, DA Charles Hynes Faces Greatest Campaign Challenge Yet: Himself

🕔09:27, 17.Jan 2013

Spend a little time around Brooklyn District Attorney Charles “Joe” Hynes and you know he plans to beat retired Manhattan DA Morgenthau’s record as NYC’s longest tenure in a district attorney’s office. “I run in 2013, 2017 and 2021, at

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Minding Your Business:  THE PRACTICE OF MANAGEMENT

Minding Your Business: THE PRACTICE OF MANAGEMENT

🕔14:42, 12.Jan 2013

Of all the disciplines associated with operating a business enterprises, it is management that is the most challenging and arguably the most rewarding. Business management refers to all the activities that are associated with the running of a company. Some

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ACS Demands Son Have Heart Transplant Based Upon False Report; Son Subjected to 50 Arrests

🕔14:10, 12.Jan 2013

Diva Williams’ teen son wanted a summer youth job. Needing a health clearance in order to obtain his working papers, Williams made an appointment with their regular doctor at the neighborhood health clinic. When they arrived at the appointment in

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Instilling Racial Pride in Black Teens Leads to Better Educational Outcomes

🕔11:09, 3.Jan 2013

Pitt study shows racially conscious parenting strategies can be the key to student success in school PITTSBURGH— African-American adolescents tend to have more success in school if their parents instill in them a sense of racial pride, reducing their vulnerability

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PS-MS 138 Principal: I am a Choice, Too

PS-MS 138 Principal: I am a Choice, Too

🕔10:37, 3.Jan 2013

Marie Chauvet-Monchik, Principal of PS/MS 138, stood in bold defiance before Chancellor Walcott and the members of the Panel for Educational Policy (PEP) to defend her school against co-location. “I am the proud principal of PS 138,” said Monchik. “For

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Bed-Stuy Gateway BID: A GIFTWAY

Bed-Stuy Gateway BID: A GIFTWAY

🕔13:07, 20.Dec 2012

“All of Brooklyn is invited to walk the BID this season … and beyond,” says Lori Luis, Interim Executive Director of The Bed-Stuy GATEWAY Business Improvement District along the mile-long Fulton Street business corridor from Classon Avenue to Troy Avenue.

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Theodore Theopolis Jones, Jr.

Theodore Theopolis Jones, Jr.

🕔07:39, 24.Nov 2012

  The Honorable Theodore Theopolis Jones, Jr. was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., on March 10, 1944 to Theodore T. Jones, Sr. and Hortense Parker Jones of Newport News, Virginia. He was affectionately known as Teddy. He was the youngest of

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In Sandy’s Aftermath, Parts of Brooklyn Facing Major Health Crises

In Sandy’s Aftermath, Parts of Brooklyn Facing Major Health Crises

🕔15:28, 16.Nov 2012

The U.S. Public Health Service (PHS) is deployed at Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center, serving medical needs in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy. For the first time ever, two Rapid Deployment Force (RDF) Teams have set up operations in

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MEC Administration Responds to Student Walk Out and Student Enrollment Decline

🕔08:31, 27.Oct 2012

By Mary Alice Miller In response to last week’s student walkout at Medgar Evers College, several administrators granted an exclusive interview with Our Time Press. “We want the best for the students.  We want the best for the school,” said

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President Obama on a Sprint to November

President Obama on a Sprint to November

🕔07:20, 27.Oct 2012

View From Here: The Presidential Debates Call a liar a liar, and catch him at every turn. That’s what President Barack Obama did as he came to the second presidential debate with Mitt Romney having decided to bring his formidable

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