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Today On Ditmas Park Corner: Following The Affordable Housing Fight

First, there was sleepy silence as the bus left Ditmas Park not long after the sun rose Tuesday morning, with neighbors watching our streets lined...

Today On Ditmas Park Corner: Following The Affordable Housing Fight

First, there was sleepy silence as the bus left Ditmas Park not long after the sun rose Tuesday morning, with neighbors watching our streets lined...

State Legislature Mulling NYC Hurricane Sandy Assessment Relief Act

State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver introduced the New York City Hurricane Sandy Assessment Relief Act, legislation intended to provide tax relief to New York...

Op-Ed: State’s Part-Time Pols Don’t Deserve A Raise

BETWEEN THE LINES: A show of hands, how many of you think our state legislators deserve a pay raise? Not too many hands. Now, if they were...

Op-Ed: Silly Sunscreen Rules Pose A Burning Dilemma

BETWEEN THE LINES: Some rules are made to be broken, particularly when they lack common sense. Such is the argument with rules that don’t allow students...

For Former Senator Carl Kruger, Does Validation Come Too Little Too...

With seemingly little fanfare, a seven-sentence story by Agence France Presse, with the headline “Death toll among pedestrians wearing headphones triples,” popped up on...

Senator Kruger Seeks Redemption… Sort Of

It seems that State Senator Carl Kruger, who faces a long, hard legal slog as he battles corruption charges, has found his conscience -...

Tomorrow: Political Redistricting Hearing – Make Your Voice Heard!

Redistricting of political boundaries occurs every 10 years - following the results of the U.S. Census - but it's usually off the radar of...