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Employment Opportunities: Jobs in Brooklyn

Seeking employment? Here are five new opportunities posted this week within just a few miles from where you live: MJHS ...
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Protest outside Senator Jesse Hamilton's office on 1660 Bedford Ave

Protests Erupt Outside of Sen. Hamilton’s Office Following Tuesday’s State Senate Election

On Tuesday night, Democrat Brian Benjamin won a special election for the State Senate in Upper Manhattan, giving Democrats control ...
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Community Board 16 Meets in 444 Thomas Boyland Street on Tuesday May 23

Brooklyn Community Board 16 Meets: Brownsville Neighborhood Plan, Parks Remodeling, Pre-K For All

Community Board 16, which represents Brownsville, held its monthly meeting at 444 Thomas Boyland Street on Tuesday May 23. The ...
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Breaking the Silence Around Mental Illness for a Healthy Community

The Healthy Start Brooklyn Community Action Network (HSBCAN) hosted its second annual Wellness Weekend in Brownsville on May 19 and ...
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Social Entrepreneur Mawuli Hormeku Runs for City Council in East New York

Statistically superlative in terms of homicide rates and failing schools, Brownsville needs to kick its bad rap - and the ...
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Brownsville Fresh Food Box Program Returns in June

A lot is changing in Brownsville and East New York: new housing, new retail and dozens of renovation projects afoot ...
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‘Wellness Weekend’ in Brownsville Aims to Break the Silence Around Mental Health

May is Mental Health Month! The Healthy Start Brooklyn Community Action Network will celebrate Mental Health Month with three free ...
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Employment Opportunities: Jobs in Brooklyn

Seeking employment? Here are five new opportunities posted this week within just a few miles from where you live: Retail ...
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NYCHA Farms Bring Fresh Produce To Residents

Recently, I read in Valerie Imbruce’s From Farm to Canal Street about the difficulty to find bok choy, a common ...
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Brookdale Medical Center Hosts Community Baby Shower for Expectant Local Moms

Three-layer diaper cakes, retractable strollers, car seats, pack and plays... there was everything expectant moms could possibly dream of for ...
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ARTs East New York Celebrates One-Year Anniversary

Wow, time sure does fly when you're having fun in the arts! On Saturday, May 6, the ARTs East New ...
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SCO Fair Connects Brownsville Youth With Resources and Services

SCO Family of Services hosted its first-ever Youth Resource Fair at the Greg Jackson Center in Brownsville on Saturday-- an ...
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