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Monday, Nov. 15, 2010

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Family of boy killed by bus to sue city

The mother of a 4-year-old boy who was struck and killed by a bus on Oriental Boulevard last month says that the streets of Manhattan Beach are extremely dangerous for pedestrians and plans to take legal action to prevent future fatal traffic accidents. Comment.
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Killed in apartment building

Gunned down Comment.
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The brief history of football in New York — and Brooklyn

New York was once alive with sports — street corner jibes about which of the three baseball teams was your pride, your deep faith. In the American League, we had the always well-tended Yanks of high spending, multi-million dollar owners. In the national league, of course, our beloved Dodgers and, over in Manhattan, the Giants (named so because, in the early years of the game, the won so often). Comment.
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Residents want dangerous trees pruned now

Branches big and heavy enough to dent a car have fallen from an E.26th Street tree — nearly hitting the driver of the car — but the city says it will take a month before it can give the 30-year-old behemoth the trimming it desperately needs. Comment.

Late BIG artist’s life celebrated in front of her mural

Christine Palmer-Persen’s face glowed with pride on Sunday as she stood in front of the heart-warming mural across from the Sheepshead Bay train station, lovingly painted by her late sister, Faith, to salute the serene waterfront community. Comment.

Bramson ORT’s new Extension Center opens in B’hurst

Just add property owner to Bramson O.R.T.’s resume. Comment.

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