Tuesday, March 20, 2018

It’s like combining a cop and concierge. Comment
These comedians are feeling cocky! Comment

Gun-free zone: Four more gun control events in Brooklyn

What did Brooklyn say to the gun? You’re fired! Comment
A family of Iraqi refugees who fled Baghdad amid death threats from terrorists targeting the father’s work supporting the American army have built a new life in Bay Ridge with the support of a Downtown group that helps immigrants and refugees resettle. The family is thankful to finally live in security, but said they never expected to upend their lives to start over in a new country, according to the mother. Comment

Monday, March 19, 2018

The mayor should take traffic dangers in their neighborhood as seriously as he takes those in Park Slope, say Marine Parkers demanding a stop sign near JHS 278. Comments (2)
Brooklyn Heights

Troubleshooting: Electeds tie faster BQE fix with deploying gun-toting cops in schools

Some state pols want to fast track work on the deteriorating Brooklyn–Queens Expressway — but only if the city puts armed cops in every school. Comment
Park Slope

Road to change: Hizzoner demands Albany pass suite of laws to make streets safer

State leaders must pass laws that put more speed cameras on city streets, heighten punishments dealt to reckless motorists caught on those devices, and mandate doctors inform officials of drivers’ potentially debilitating health conditions, Mayor DeBlasio demanded on Thursday. Comment
Buffalo fans, won’t you come out tonight? Comment

Sunday, March 18, 2018

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

Pol: Protect schools with high tech tools

The article “Not cool for school: Ridgites reject Golden’s plan to put body scanners in schools” is factually incorrect. In a rush to go to print, the reporter failed to gather accurate information for this prejudicial story. The technology described in the article is not what I am advocating to use in our schools. The next generation scanning technology I am proposing is leaps and bounds ahead of outmoded metal detectors, which are slow, bulky, intrusive and inconvenient. Your article is correct, however, in the fact that the technology detai Comment

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