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Mayor Boosts Police Academy Recruits

Mayor Boosts Police Academy Recruits

There will be two additional Police Academy classes this year, one in July and another in October.
Passover, a Celebration of Freedom, Begins Tonight at Sundown

Passover, a Celebration of Freedom, Begins Tonight at Sundown

The commemoration of the exodus from Egypt is a powerful metaphor that is appreciated not only by Jews, but by people of other faiths as well.
Good Day, Brooklyn!

Good Day, Brooklyn!

Authorities Seek Suspect Linked to Spate of Citywide Robberies

Authorities Seek Suspect Linked to Spate of Citywide Robberies

The police urge anyone who may have information about the man's whereabouts to alert the authorities.
Man Fatally Shot in East Flatbush

Man Fatally Shot in East Flatbush

The motive of the shooting is under police investigation.
Brooklyn Army Terminal Dock Incident Leaves Multiple People Injured

Brooklyn Army Terminal Dock Incident Leaves Multiple People Injured

The victims are receiving treatment at NYU Langone Brooklyn Hospital.
First Ever Paratransit Electric Vehicles Join Access-A-Ride Fleet

First Ever Paratransit Electric Vehicles Join Access-A-Ride Fleet

Transition to electric fleet is part of MTA’s commitment to reduce emissions by at least 85% by 2040
Women’s Philanthropic Initiative, Allinbklyn, Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Women’s Philanthropic Initiative, Allinbklyn, Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Limited New Listings Joining the Market Remains A Challenge For Buyers

Limited New Listings Joining the Market Remains A Challenge For Buyers

While affordability is improving, mortgage rates need to decline further for many sidelined buyers to rejoin the market
Cross-sector Partnership Aims To Reduce Food-related Carbon Emissions

Cross-sector Partnership Aims To Reduce Food-related Carbon Emissions

Leading New York City-based institutions commit to administration’s Plant-Powered Carbon Challenge