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Trash piles up at Flatbush Gardens as lockout drags on

Flatbush: Mountains of trash have been piling up at the curbside at Flatbush Gardens, where management locked out unionized maintenance workers on Nov. 29, hiring temporary workers to do their jobs. Comment

Flatbush Park Jewish Center draws flock for Hanukkah revel

BoroBeat: Hebrew School student Ethan Brod gleamed with pride on Sunday as he showed his teachers and classmates the menorah he made from pasta for Hanukkah. Comment

Gunmen raid home

Unlucky number Comment

Parents: We don’t trust city on school plan

Angry parents gave a resounding “no” to city officials who they’re afraid want to fill 300 empty seats in Marine Park JHS with a new, autonomous high school, claiming that the move would scare off potential students — but the city says no such plan exists. Comment

Cut by machete man

Flatbush: Machete attack Comment

Wyckoff farmhouse Museum hosts ‘Sinterklaas’ for St. Nick’s Day

BoroBeat: This Santa was no pot-bellied man in a red suit. Comment

Fast food freak hits Canarsie stores

Franchise fiend Comment

Parker beats the rap in ‘assault’ on Post photographer

Park Slope: State Sen. Kevin Parker escaped serious jail time — and will likely get to keep his office — as a jury on Tuesday acquitted him of felony assault charges stemming from a 2009 scuffle with a New York Post photographer. Comments (1)

Parker to the pokey? His fate is in the jury’s hands

Park Slope: A jury began deliberating felony assault charges against state Sen. Kevin Parker as the four-term lawmaker’s trial for attacking a New York Post photographer concluded on Monday. Comments (1)

Sen. Parker is a thug, prosecutor says as trial opens

Park Slope: The four-term Flatbush Democrat is on trial for assaulting a New York Post photographer. Opening day didn’t go so well for the pol. Comments (4)

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