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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Bay News

Carmine takes on gravity at the wedding

Following the custom, Cookie was my Best Man, (as I was his when he married Eleanor) and Lisa, is my Goddaughter. Comment
Bay News

Caitlin Sarubbi: Scholar, athlete, inspiration

There’s no stopping Gerritsen Beach native Caitlin Sarubbi. The 20-year-old Harvard student just returned from competing at the Paralympic Games in Vancouver and, if things pan out, will intern at the White House this summer. Comment
Bay News

Cops colllect gun cache

Prosecutors are challenging the sanity of an eccentric Sheepshead Bay “gun collector” arrested Friday for amassing over 30 firearms in his West Street apartment. Comment
Bay News

FDR by the numbers

The state says the Franklin D. Roosevelt HS in Bensonhurst is one of the worst high schools in the city. Comment
Bay News

It’s a ‘Shore’ thing! Boosters back landmarking Coney theater

Advocates of landmarking a decrepit, 90-year-old Coney Island theater are pushing ahead whether the building’s owner is on board or not. Comment
Bay News

Arrest made in Cropsey Ave. slashing

Stabbed on Cropsey Comment

Career day at PS 209

What shall I be when I grow up? Comment

Easter fun for IS14 students

Under the supervision of special education teacher Lori Cordasco and Heather McCormick, head of the school’s Law Academy, the Good Samaritans trekked from their school on Batchelder Street, between Brown and Coyle streets, to the shelter on Emmons Avenue off Coyle Street, where they jumpstarted the cheer with an egg-citing afternoon of frolics; among them, a festive ferret for oval beauties filled with treats provided with donations from the school community. Comment

Monday, March 29, 2010

Bay News

Pistol pack-away: Gun hidden following shooting

Gun running Comment

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100 candles! Happy Birthday, Ms. Love!

Will you still be snuffing out candles on your birthday cake when you’re 100? Comment

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