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🕔10:00, 26.Mar 2015 Read Full Article
Community Demands City Renew Lease for 966 Fulton Street

Community Demands City Renew Lease for 966 Fulton Street

🕔10:57, 19.Mar 2015

Two dozen toddlers and more than 100 seniors, community advocates and elected officials filled the steps of City Hall on Tuesday calling for the city to immediately sign a renewed lease for 966/972 Fulton Street, affectionately known as 966. After

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Remarks by the President at the 50th Anniversary of the Selma to Montgomery Marches Edmund Pettus Bridge

Remarks by the President at the 50th Anniversary of the Selma to Montgomery Marches Edmund Pettus Bridge

🕔21:39, 11.Mar 2015

2:17 P.M. CST AUDIENCE MEMBER:  We love you, President Obama! THE PRESIDENT:  Well, you know I love you back.  (Applause.)  It is a rare honor in this life to follow one of your heroes.  And John Lewis is one of

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FOLLOWING REPORTS OF FRAUD IN FEMA EVALUATIONS OF SUPERSTORM SANDY DAMAGE, BP ADAMS AND COUNCIL MEMBER TREYGER URGE ALL DENIED BROOKLYNITES TO RESUBMIT FLOOD INSURANCE CLAIMS

FOLLOWING REPORTS OF FRAUD IN FEMA EVALUATIONS OF SUPERSTORM SANDY DAMAGE, BP ADAMS AND COUNCIL MEMBER TREYGER URGE ALL DENIED BROOKLYNITES TO RESUBMIT FLOOD INSURANCE CLAIMS

🕔14:41, 5.Mar 2015

  BROOKLYN, NY, March 2, 2015: Yesterday, Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams and Council Member Mark Treyger, chair of the Committee on Recovery and Resiliency, urged all Brooklynites who suffered property damage during Superstorm Sandy and have been denied or

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Film Festival Initiative a Hit in Brownsville

Film Festival Initiative a Hit in Brownsville

🕔14:29, 5.Mar 2015

On February 28, the 4th Annual Greg “Jocko” Jackson Film Festival, a film and media initiative, was held. The initiative was launched by New York City Council member Darlene Mealy of the 41st District in Brooklyn, in collaboration with a

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Navigating the NYS Court System

Navigating the NYS Court System

🕔15:46, 26.Feb 2015

There was a torrent of legal information presented at Boys and Girls High School this past Monday at a panel sponsored by Councilman Robert Cornegy, Assemblywoman Annette Robinson and moderated by Judge Genine D. Edwards. Judge Edwards brought together her

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Rumors of Lafayette Avenue Key Food Closure Shakes Clinton Hill Residents

Rumors of Lafayette Avenue Key Food Closure Shakes Clinton Hill Residents

🕔19:56, 19.Feb 2015

Public Advocate James, District Leader Alabi,Respond By Stephen Witt The bad news is that the Key Food Supermarket, which has served Clinton Hill residents at the intersection of Lafayette and Grand Avenues for over 60 years, is closing in less

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Linden Plaza Residents in Sustained Fight to Keep Their Homes

Linden Plaza Residents in Sustained Fight to Keep Their Homes

🕔21:01, 5.Feb 2015

By Mary Alice Miller Longtime residents of Linden Plaza in East New York are being priced out of their homes by a process that was supposed to maintain affordability. Rents in the 45-year-old Mitchell Lama development have increased 130% in

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Rehashed Story Rallies Lawmakers’ Resolve To Keep Interfaith Strong

Rehashed Story Rallies Lawmakers’ Resolve To Keep Interfaith Strong

🕔10:52, 19.Jan 2015

By Stephen Witt Old news rehashed by a struggling tabloid as new news concerning Interfaith Medical Center has led to a bevy of local elected officials vowing this week to take a more proactive approach to monitoring the finances and

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Students from 25 District 17 Schools vie for more than $3,000 in Scholarships at District-wide Spelling Bee

Students from 25 District 17 Schools vie for more than $3,000 in Scholarships at District-wide Spelling Bee

🕔15:13, 30.Dec 2014

This year our Annual District-Wide Spelling Bee was held on December 9, 2014 at Middle School 61. Students from Grades 3 thru 7 were actively engaged in the Spelling Bee Competition. Hosted by Ms. Farrow, Founder and Coordinator of the

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