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Sunday, Feb. 28, 2010

Bay News

Sign honoring American military in Iraq to get replaced

A bitter cold wind whipped off the ocean causing many in the crowd gathered at the corner of Oriental Boulevard and Corbin Place last Friday to shiver and shudder. Comment
Bay News

Fears of PCBs in Brooklyn schools

Community Board 13 is asking the city to make Brooklyn schools safe. Comment
Bay News

86th Street fire victims mourned together

It was a semi-circle of anguish: five coffins lined up next to one another along the periphery of a Coney Island funeral chapel, one for each of the victims of a Bensonhurst blaze that engulfed our worst fears. Comment
Bay News

Dragged in by DNA

A DNA match to a crowbar left behind at a Sheepshead Bay burglary spelled doom for a 50-year-old alleged thief last week. Comment
Bay News

Longtime Coney Island supervisor retires

With the chin whiskers of his goatee nearly down to his chest and a twinkle in his eye, Thomas “Duke” Schneider appears as your typical Coney Island character. Comment

Thursday, Feb. 25, 2010

Bay News

Brooklyn grandma’s eviction a low blow

You would have thought her situation would have tugged at his heartstrings, but, incredibly, it was a Boro Park landlord who evicted an elderly Holocaust survivor from her Bensonhurst apartment while she waited for repairs to be made so she could go home. Comment

Monday, Feb. 22, 2010

Bay News

Killed in deli dispute

Boy dies in fire Comment

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Coney Island precinct honors civilians

While New York’s finest are out patrolling the streets every day, they often get help from local civilians. Comment

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