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MacDonough Street Buildings Still Stand Judge Grants Stay Until February 2 Presentation of Engineering Reports

MacDonough Street Buildings Still Stand Judge Grants Stay Until February 2 Presentation of Engineering Reports

🕔18:10, 7.May 2015

By Bernice Elizabeth Green (January 28, 2010) New York City is a mosaic of stories. And one of the most heartrending yet heartwarming can be seen in action on MacDonough Street, between Lewis and Stuyvesant Avenue in historic Stuyvesant. It

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Our Time Press is proud to announce the graduation of Gregory Jones, Jr. from the New York City Fire Department Training Academy, Tuesday, May 5. 

Our Time Press is proud to announce the graduation of Gregory Jones, Jr. from the New York City Fire Department Training Academy, Tuesday, May 5. 

🕔17:49, 7.May 2015

  Mr. Jones was among 305 Probationary Firefighters who were applauded by more than 3,000 guests and Fire Commissioner Daniel A. Nigro, who presided at the ceremony held at Christian Cultural Center. A native of Brooklyn, Mr. Jones is the son of

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Diana Richardson Make History as First Working Families Party Candidate to Win State Elected Office

Diana Richardson Make History as First Working Families Party Candidate to Win State Elected Office

🕔17:39, 7.May 2015

A hotly contested special election for the 43rd Assembly seat formerly held by Karim Camara came to a close with a blowout win for electoral newcomer Diana Richardson. The new Assembly representative for the district covered by Crown Heights, Prospect Lefferts

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NYCHA Answers Questions on Proposed New Development in Van Dyke Houses

🕔17:25, 7.May 2015

By Mary Alice Miller Despite some community opposition, NYCHA plans to allow development of new affordable housing on land in Van Dyke Houses. The new housing is part of Next Generation NYCHA’s plan to develop parcels of land in Van

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Repairs Commence at 305 Decatur Street

🕔17:24, 7.May 2015

By Mary Alice Miller A jubilant Queen, 4th floor tenant at 305 Decatur Street, called Our Time Press with excitement in her voice. “They are making repairs!” said Queen, referring to Shinda Management, the company that oversees a number of

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Brooklyn’s Loretta Lynch  is Now Nation’s Top Law Enforcement Official

Brooklyn’s Loretta Lynch  is Now Nation’s Top Law Enforcement Official

🕔13:18, 30.Apr 2015

“I am here to tell you, if a little girl from North Carolina who used to tell her grandfather in the fields to lift her up on the back of his mule so she could see ‘way up high Granddaddy’,

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Councilman Antonio Reynoso: Behind the Bright Smile is a Bright Future

Councilman Antonio Reynoso: Behind the Bright Smile is a Bright Future

🕔12:53, 30.Apr 2015

District 34’s Councilman Antonio Reynoso Holds Key to Community Empowerment, Political Success: Listening Followed by Action  By Bernice Elizabeth Green District 34 Councilman Antonio Reynoso isn’t smiling for the camera; he’s smiling because of the pride he has in the

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Establishing Park Guardians: New Move Aligned with Efforts to Make a Difference

Establishing Park Guardians: New Move Aligned with Efforts to Make a Difference

🕔12:37, 30.Apr 2015

Herbert Von King Park & Cultural Arts Center – Update #2 Bernice Elizabeth Green 500 Men Who Make a Difference, founded and helmed by Wayne Devonish, is in the process of making a huge difference in the appearance of Herbert

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Herbert Von King Park & Cultural Arts Center Update #2

Herbert Von King Park & Cultural Arts Center Update #2

🕔11:32, 30.Apr 2015

On the True Saviors of Von King Park — the Largest Greenspace in North Brooklyn Rumor — steeped more in truth than fantasy — abounds around the formation of a Herbert Von King Park Conservancy, modeled after the New York Central Park

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At 30th Anniversary Celebration of Central Brooklyn Martin Luther King Jr. Commission …

At 30th Anniversary Celebration of Central Brooklyn Martin Luther King Jr. Commission …

🕔11:35, 25.Apr 2015

Congressman Major Owens’ Legacy; Mayor Bill deBlasio’s Vision;  Pioneers of 1960’s Community Activism, Honored   The Central Brooklyn Martin Luther King Commission celebrated its 30th Anniversary with an awards ceremony in Brooklyn Heights last Friday (17) that honored policy makers, educators and participants

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