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Thursday, June 21, 2012

Sheepshead Bay

Sheepshead Bay Road merchants will pay for more customers

Sheepshead Bay Road’s struggling merchants want to form a business improvement district to draw more shoppers and compete with other commercial corridors — but critics blasted the idea as simply a ploy to squeeze more dough out of them for city services they already pay for. Comments (1).
Coney Island

Clones lineup comes alive!

The Cyclones win three straight as they pound the hated Staten Island Yankees 7–2 on the Rock. Comment.

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Coney Island

Cha Cha’s amusement park held back by red tape

A Coney Island carny booted from the Boardwalk in favor of more upscale businesses says his trumpeted comeback to the People’s Playground has been stalled — thanks to bureaucratic red tape. Comments (1).
Coney Island

Cyclones do it again

Superb pitching carries the Cyclones to victory over the hated Staten Island Yankees. Comment.
Cyclones Confidential

Meet the new kids on the mic

Three baby-faced college students will by calling Cyclones games as they try to fill the late, great Warner Fusselle’s shoes. Here’s a preview on what you’ll be hearing from the catbird seat this summer. Comment.
Sheepshead Bay

Cops: Man arrested for Gerritsen Beach attack

Get ready for your weekly run-down of crimes from the 61st Precinct. Comment.

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Coney Island

Cyclones topple hated Yanks in opening day win

Coach Rich Donnelly should be proud — his team of teens played some good clean baseball. The Yankees, however, did not. Comment.
Coney Island

Ruby’s changes sign, Coney faithful mourn

Call it a sign of the times. Comments (5).
Coney Island

Pets suit up for ‘wagging rights’

Pets paraded the Boardwalk dressed in their best and wackiest outfits all in hopes of winning great prizes in the second annual Pet Day Costume Contest. See our slideshow for all the costumed craziness. Comment.

Monday, June 18, 2012

Gravesend

Feds slam Gravesend Bay’s big bang theory

The Army Corps of Engineers claim the unexploded munitions that many say are lining the bottom of Gravesend Bay won’t blow up if they start dredging for a new waste transfer stations — but critics are already covering their ears. Comment.
Coney Island

Baby hitters club: Youthful ‘Clones prepare for new season

The boys of summer are back — and this year, they really are just boys. Comment.

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