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Senator Marty Golden To Discuss New York’s Future And How Self-Driving...

Imagine hailing a cab and not having to give the driver the courtesy of engaging in a conversation while you just want to surf...

Zero Neighborhood Input For Gerritsen Avenue Vision Zero Project, Residents Complain

Major changes have started to come to fruition on Gerritsen Avenue, and a lot of residents are surprised. The Department of Transportation's (DOT) Vision...

The Fourth Annual 5K Run/Walk, Pietro’s Fight to the Finish Line

New York State Senator Martin Golden joined a determined Dyker Heights family to celebrate the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s approval of a drug...

Senator Martin Golden Going After Dollar Vans With A Vengeance

The first month of Senator Martin Golden's "war on dollar vans" is going well, according to Golden's office. 120 summonses have been issued to dollar...

Teen Death In Bike Accident Brings Call For More Gerritsen Avenue...

After Sean Ryan, 17, was hit head-on and killed by an allegedly speeding drunk driver on the night of July 17, locals of Gerritsen...

Senator Golden To Hold Free Flu Shot Events This Month

Senator Martin J. Golden announced a partnership with Coney Island Hospital and the Visiting Nurse Services of New York to host a series of...

ICYMI: Sandy Anniversary, F Train Express Service, Community Mourns Fallen Police...

In Case You Missed It (ICYMI): Here are some of the big stories you may have missed this week. You can keep up with what’s...

‘Brooklyn Senior Idol’ Resolves Dispute Over Use Of ‘Idol’ Brand

The production company behind reality TV show "American Idol" has dropped the request that its name be kept out of a Brooklyn singing competition for...

‘Brooklyn Senior Idol’ Resolves Dispute Over Use Of ‘Idol’ Brand

The production company behind reality TV show "American Idol" has dropped the request that its name be kept out of a Brooklyn singing competition for...

State Extends Act To Aid Workers Disabled By World Trade Center...

A bill signed into law yesterday extended the September 11th Worker Protection Task Force Act, which supports those afflicted with a disability as a...