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Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017

Park Slope

Udder chaos: Loose cow corralled by cops in P’Park after spending hours on the range

This cow was on the lam! Comment
Bay Ridge

‘Oldtimers’ return to nabe for 49th year to play ‘king of street games’

Call it an old ballgame with some new players. Comment
Dyker Heights

Dyker Heights faces growing homeless problem

The city must do more to get the longtime homeless population of Dyker Heights off the nabe’s streets before they endanger local families and children, residents say. Comment
Bay Ridge

Ridgites take to the streets for 44th-annual Third Avenue Festival

One day after the Ragamuffin Parade, thousands of Ridgites once again flooded Third Avenue on Oct. 15 to take part in the avenue’s 44th annual festival. Comment

Biting commentary: Creepy art with political agenda

He’s giving his eyeteeth for this show. Comment
Breast Cancer Awareness

Bra fitting after mastectomy or reconstruction

A well-fitting bra is essential for those who have undergone certain procedures after breast cancer. Comment

Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017

Coney Island

Youngsters enjoy carnival at PS 100

Talk about going back to school! Comment
Bay Ridge

Donovan leads successful effort to keep services at Brooklyn Veterans Hospital

The Brooklyn doctors are in — and they will be for the foreseeable future. Comment
Mill Basin

Kings Plaza hosts style challenge for fall season

They’ve got style! Comment

Height train-ing: Exhibit explores history of Downtown transportation

It’s traveling through time! Comments (1)

Bensonhurst man struck and killed by car

A driver struck a Bensonhurst senior with his car on 85th Street on Oct. 3, causing the man to die of his injuries eight days later in the hospital, according to police. Comments (1)

Breast-cancer treatment

Breast Cancer Awareness

Staying healthy: Bellevue is committed to providing accessible resources for breast health

Bellevue Hospital Center’s workforce of experts is steering the earliest institution of NYC Health + Hospitals — America’s largest public health care system — to new heights. Comment
Breast Cancer Awareness

Breast health services in Bklyn

Experts at the hospital’s Center for Cancer Care and Blood Disorders are at the cutting edge. Comment

Monday, Oct. 16, 2017

Bay Ridge

Ridgites call for elevator at newly renovated, inaccessible Bay Ridge. Ave. station

Ridgites flocked to the newly updated Bay Ridge Avenue subway station on Friday when it finally reopened after nearly six months of renovations. Comments (5)

Authorities with an agenda: Cops using police vehicle to advocate against constitutional convention

New York’s Finest are bucking convention. Comment
Fort Greene

Blow for freedom: Harriet Tubman jazz band breaks genres

Call it freeing jazz! Comment
Mill Basin

Controversial Mill Basin hotel finally opens

Checking inn on E. 49th Street! Comment
Breast Cancer Awareness

Cancer support in your backyard

Services including online forums and wig providers help patients right here in Brooklyn. Comment

New York City Health + Hospitals / Jacobi in the Bronx

Breast cancer patients at Jacobi Medical Center can expect optimum care close to home. Comment

New York City Health + Hospitals / Harlem

Harlem Hospital Center provides comprehensive care for breast cancer patients. Comment

Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017

The Newsstand

Courier Life’s Brooklyn papers are now online!

Courier Life is proud to present the latest print edition of Brooklyn Weekly, which can be found each Sunday in the New York Post. Check it out, along with our other local editions! Comment

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Mayor DeBlasio has disappointed; challenger Malliotakis looks like the better choice

Lenore Skenazy wrote an absolutely excellent article comparing the education systems of the United States and Singapore (Rhymes with rzy, Oct. 6). Also, Ms. Skenazy, the goals of both countries are different: In the United States, politicians attempt to energize their base by making their goal “college for all,” while Singapore and other countries with a legitimate education system understand that college and academics are not for all and at age 16, children are compartmentalized (cold word, but necessary) into academic and vocational courses of s Comment

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