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Sunday, Jan. 31, 2010

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Brooklyn students give back

With 15 bags of clothes, Sheepshead Bay students are helping the less fortunate. Comment.
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State: Ave U site good to go

The state this week deemed the cleanup of a toxic Gravesend site to be complete, paving the way for the construction of a residential building and synagogue. Comment.
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New commander of 60th precinct checks out nabe

Between Coney Island’s streets on the western end, the infamous Coney Island amusement district in the middle and the Russian-American enclave of Brighton Beach on the eastern end, Dep. Inspector Peter DeBlasio is enjoying his new role as commander of the 60th Precinct. Comments (1).

Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2010

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Remembering life on bustling 86th St.%A0

When this newspaper was on 86th Street, the shopping under the West End Line was phenomenal and shoppers came from all over. The local shoppers were different then, mostly Italian and Jewish reflecting the resident population, but the stores and restaurants drew everyone from afar to what the 86th St. Board of Trade’s Stan Roher called the greatest outdoor shopping Mall in New York City Comment.
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70th Pct. records sharp decline

The 70th Precinct ended 2009 on a high note, with another significant drop in overall crime. Comment.
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86th St. subway rehab on

Work has begun at last on the $13.5 million renovation of the 86th Street station on the R line. Comment.
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Dale Bagels in Sheepshead Bay: classic Bklyn nosh

Veteran Brooklyn dough-puncher Paul DiSpirito doesn’t believe in taking short cuts when it comes to making bagels “the old-fashioned way.” Comment.
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Old-world quality at Brenman’s Meat Mkt.

Think you must be “old” if you can remember going to the butcher and having meat cut to order? Comment.
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Discuss the future of Coney Island

The Coney Island HOPE (Helping Other People Excel) Center will meet at 7 p.m., January 26 at 2701 Mermaid Avenue, corner of West 27th Street. Comment.
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Schools go heavy on the salt

A Coney Island City Councilmember is taking the city to task — over seasoning. Comment.
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Flier denouncing mosque goes around Sheepshead Bay

An anonymous flyer distributed in parts of Sheepshead Bay last week proclaimed that the Muslim organization behind a proposed mosque and community center supports terrorist groups and encourages suicide bombings. Comment.
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Gerritsen Beach bash

Gerritsen Beach bash Comment.
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Meet the new commander of the 62nd Police Pct.%A0

The Bensonhurst West End Community Council(BWECC) will hold its next meeting, January 25, 8 p.m. at the FIAO Beacon Community Center at Seth Low Intermediate School 96, 99 Avenue P between West 11th & West 12th streets. Comment.
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Cops honor cops at Coney Island Medal Day

Cops from Coney Island’s 60th Precinct took a moment to pat each other on the back last week during their annual Medal Day celebration. Comment.
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New Coalition forms in response to Coney Island violence

Coney Island stakeholders have launched a new effort to confront the rising tide of violence in their community. Comment.
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More than just an apple for this teacher

A physics teacher at John Dewey High School has made the grade. Comment.
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New boss of the 62nd Pct.

If you’re one of those people who believe the old adage “You can never go home again,” then you should talk to Deputy Inspector James Rooney. Comment.

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