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A 4-year-old girl fell from the second floor window of her home earlier this month in Bedford-Stuyvesant and suffered minor injuries. While police said the child broke her hip – and that both parents were home when the fall occurred – the consequences of the

“I get by with a little help from my friends…” may be a popular tune by The Beatles, but it’s also a sentiment echoed by many organizations and civic leaders who are trying to network and keep their community causes vibrant! Joan Gilbert, president of

Don’t just jump – launch! If you’re looking for a fun and unique indoor park – that’s not too far from Brooklyn – where you and your kids can hop around for hours, head over to Launch Trampoline Park in Howard Beach, Queens. Located at

Are you keen to keep on top of your child’s attendance? Do you want to make sure they’re performing their best as the school year progresses? You’re in luck! Signing up for a New York City Schools Account (NYCSA) will give you more than just

In addition to talking about street improvements and quality of life concerns in the Flatlands area, Flatlands Civic Club, Inc. (FCC) had a successful April Zoom meeting and shared some news about their own initiatives. Keisha Sydney, Community Coordinator for the Sesame Flyers youth organization,

Did you know that it might cost you a pretty penny if you don’t adhere to the new garbage collection rules set forth by the Department of Sanitation (DSNY)? Some lesser-known facts about enforcement and fines were hashed out at the April Flatlands Flatbush Civic

School District 18 Superintendent Celeste Terry invites parents and educators to upcoming Chancellor Town Hall meeting. Guest speaker Harry Peralta reviewed the dangers of bedbugs. Most school board meetings host guest speakers that hash out topics like capital budgets, building improvements and statistics. School District

If you’re confused about the new garbage collection time soon going into effect – putting out your trash curbside later at night to stave off rodents in the city – you’re not alone. With so many questions about the new Department of Sanitation (DSNY) trash

March is Women’s History Month – a time to celebrate the accomplishments and achievements of women all over the world. Older women, however, might personally celebrate their bodies if they’re approaching menopause and saying a final goodbye to their periods. “A lot of women are

Crime may be down in some parts of the 69th Precinct, but there are ongoing concerns about robberies committed by youngsters in the community. Neighborhood Coordination Officers (NCOs), representing Sector B, spread the word about crime updates and advisories at their first in-person Build the