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Saturday, Nov. 12, 2011


More recess, please! PS 212 cuts ribbon on new playground

Students and teachers celebrated the opening of their new play space at the Gravesend school on Monday. Comments (2)

Friday, Nov. 11, 2011


Scratch-off goon loses freedom

The arrest of a sinister scratch-off stealer leads his week’s 62nd Precinct police blotter. Comment

Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011

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The Ravenhall Baths and the downfall of Coney

Tragedy struck the Coney Island’s mighty Ravenhall Baths in the 1960s. Comments (16)

Man pistol-whipped on Stillwell Avenue

Plus a smattering of other crimes from Coney Island’s 60th Precinct. Comment

Vollie grimebusters make a clean sweep of Mermaid Avenue

Have you noticed how Mermaid Ave. between Stillwell Avenue and W. 33rd Street looks spiffier? Thank Astella Development Corporation, the Coney Island Board of Trade, and area residents, who joined forces for a clean-up day along the commercial corridor. See all in the fun in our slideshow. Comment

Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2011

A beloved Jewish bakery on the brink of closure has been saved — by two Muslim cab drivers with a shared love of kosher bagels and their hole-less, flat, more oniony cousin, the bialy. Comments (1)

Woman car jacked outside of Delmar Pizza

A harrowing car theft on Sheepshead Bay Road leads this week’s 61st Precinct police blotter Comment

Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2011

Firemen were able to pull three construction workers from a pile of rubble when a portion of an under-construction building on Brighton Fifth Street collapsed on Tuesday afternoon, but one of the workers later died after suffering a heart attack during the ordeal. Comment

Monday, Nov. 7, 2011


Drag racer hits two boys on Avenue S

Two drag-racing motorists struck a pair of 12-year-old bicyclists in Gravesend near the corner of Avenue S and E. Fourth Street on Nov. 1, leaving both children hospitalized — one of them with a brain injury — before fleeing the scene. Comment
Owners of the legendary Randazzo’s Clam Bar in Sheepshead Bay say they have been asked to open an outpost on Coney Island — but they would have to do it at the expense of a less-legendary place: Cha Cha’s Bar on the Boardwalk. Comments (1)

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