Town & Village

New Year, new resolutions
Where to celebrate New Year’s Eve
Third Street Music School anniversary celebrated with concert on 120 pianos
Ebola doc goes home
T&V Synagogue gets landmarked
Bellevue was ready for Ebola, administrator says
Calvary-St. George’s gets new associate minister
Former bodega thrives as multi-use space
Mad. Sq. 200, a fair to remember
Historic fair will celebrate anniversary of Madison Sq. Park’s naming
Waterside holds international food festival
Former precinct stationhouse becomes gallery for graffiti writers
Ice cream dream becomes reality for Stuyvesant Town resident
New York Theatre Ballet finds a home at St. Mark’s Church in-the-Bowery
T&V Synagogue leaders don’t want landmark status
High school students meet atomic bomb survivor
This week in pictures: Kids come out for Easter activities in Stuy Town
Dolan: Epiphany a ‘light in the world’
‘Orange is the New Black’ author talks prison reform at East End Temple
Local synagogues will celebrate Thanksgivukkah
Community residents remember day of Kennedy assassination
Dog owners weigh in on best local dog runs

Coverage of the East River and Waterfront resiliency
Community Boards 3, 6 create task force on waterfront resiliency
Boaters float ideas for East River Waterfront
Possible changes to waterfront floated
Plan for Skyport’s renovation revealed
Stuy Town teen blows competition out of the water in 17-mile swim
Community meets on future of Stuy Cove
Last paddle of the season at Stuy Cove

Coverage of Hurricane Sandy recovery
Over 700 area residents get trained by National Guard for future disasters
Bellevue gets $380M for Sandy rebuilding
Seniors attend East Midtown Plaza forum on emergency preparedness
Sandy-damaged space on Ave. C gets revived as pet store
Hurricane Sandy: A look back
PCV, sections of ST in preliminary FEMA flood zone maps

Coverage of local businesses
Great gifts available from local businesses
Flatiron and Union Square BIDs gear up for holiday season
Harvest in the Square raises $334,000 for park
New preschool opens at Gustavus Adolphus Church
CSA at 14th Street Y starting up for the season
Program offers $20 tickets to shows at local theaters
Roaring into the New Year at The Players
Lhota now chief of staff at NYU Langone
Lyric diner reopening

Coverage of crime and the NYPD
Man stabbed in Stuy Town, left paralyzed, cops say
Crime down this month in 13th Precinct, deputy inspector says
Delivery man allegedly tried to rape woman in Stuy Town
ID theft is common type of larceny in 13th Precinct
Community, 13th Precinct celebrate National Night Out Against Crime
Two bodies found in the East River
Crime down for year, burglaries up for the month in 13th Precinct
Stuy Town mugger Henry Huggins sentenced to 38 years to life
Robberies, larcenies down in 13th Precinct, assaults are up
Burglaries, robberies up in 13th Precinct
Burglaries up in 13th Precinct
Push for new school at Police Academy
13th Precinct sees spike in thefts, burglaries
Man, 75, robbed at knifepoint across from Peter Cooper Village
Spike in burglaries, assaults
Robber targeting ST, East Village women gets 12 years
ST ‘purse snatcher’ arrested

Tenant issues
Garodnick: Bondholders say they’re owed $4.7 B
Residents blast CW for lack of info on crime in ST/PCV
CW Capital officially owner of ST/PCV
Power out at 2 Peter Cooper buildings on Tuesday
CW requests, then pulls request for wine and beer license at Oval Café
The difficulties of using a bookshelf as a room divider
End in sight for construction project
TA meeting to focus on management office construction
Residents win rent rebate in deal over Hurricane Sandy damage
ST resident voters wanted change from Bloomberg era
Resident town hall gets heated

Local government and community board issues
MTA hoping to fund Ave. A entrance for First Ave. L station
CB6 urges expansion of SCRIE to some unregulated tenants
Di iorio holds press conference with guy in panda suit to mock Maloney
From hoarding to healthcare: CB6 holds forum on senior issues
NY Assembly, Senate pass DRIE expansion
RGB votes for lowest increases ever
Stuyvesant Town dad: Rezoning put my kids in different schools
Historic rent freeze is a possibility
Hoylman bill would bring back SBS lights
Mayor picks 5 members of Rent Guidelines Board
MTA gets earful about L train and station crowding
Ground broken on extension to Asser Levy Playground
Rev. Tom Pike resigns as NAC president
Residents choose de Blasio
Tenant-friendly bills idle in Albany
Mayoral candidates: We’ll be more pro-tenant than Bloomberg
Tenants outraged as RGB votes to raise rents by 4 and 7.75 percent
High voter turnout at Democratic Primaries, voters choose Hoylman, Mella and Kavanagh
Community Board 6 to meet on two new possible bars for Third Avenue

Coverage of sanitation garage proposal
CB6 to vote on sanitation garage alternatives
CB6 offers proposal: Sanitation garage could go near Con Ed
DSNY trying to move forward with sanitation garage project
Sanitation garage, homelessness addressed at Gramercy forum

This Week in History
This week in T&V history: Epiphany gets money to rebuild
This week in T&V history: Police presence upped in Stuy Town
This week in history: Bellevue South redevelopment
This week in T&V history: T&V publisher gets death threat
This week in history: Off-duty cop kills teen on Upper East Side
Throwback Thursday: This week in T&V history
This week in T&V History: Stuy Town policewoman breaks gender barriers by taking sergeant test

Bed-Stuy Patch

Cooking Collards at the Hattie Carthan Community Market
Not Your Average Russian (Nor Rush-in) Tea Room
Play Time on Kosciuszko Street
Jeffrey’s: Where Everybody Knows Your Name
Dancers Soar, Imaginations Run Wild at Season Finale Performance
NYC Fitness Czar Vince Ferguson Hosts Annual Kids Sports and Fitness Expo
Kids Learn to Kick the Junk Food Habit
Building a Chicken Coop on Throop
Olivino’s Wine Bar Presents Weekly Tastings
Little Hands Create String Bliss
Free and Easy Income Tax Preparation in Bed-Stuy
A Glimpse at What Goes Down at First Saturdays
Community Groups, Medical Experts Address Problem of Asthma in Bed-Stuy
Honoring Dr. King’s Legacy Through Dance
Bryan Collier Tells of Art, History and Their Importance for Children
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Promotes Literacy at BSRC Annual Holiday Fête

Fort Greene-Clinton Hill Patch

ViewFinder: Juggle Fest at Pratt!
No Juggling Allowed! Pratt Nixes Juggle Festival!

Windsor Terrace Patch

On the Air at Ditmas I.S. 62

The New Presence

The Economics of Global Warming

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