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Coney Island & Brighton Beach »

Brighton Beach Locals Wary of Brooklyn Day Violence a Year After Shooting

Brighton Beach is ramping up efforts to prevent violence for this year's Chancellor's Day.

Williamsburg »

Lawsuit Against Williamsburg's Success Academy Charter School Dismissed

Opponents of the Williamsburg charter said they plan to appeal a judge's decision to toss their suit.

Crown Heights »

8-Year-Old Boy Left on Side of Road by Field Trip Bus Driver, Cops Say

An 8-year-old boy was left behind because he didn't have a field trip permission slip, cops say.  

Downtown Brooklyn »

Brooklyn HS Teacher Made Inappropriate Comments to Students, Probe Reveals

Michael Aquino allegedly made inappropriate remarks to three female students at George Westinghouse HS.

Bushwick »

Wyckoff Hospital Farmers' Market Shot Down by City Over Congestion Concerns

The city ruled against a new farmers' market outside Wyckoff Heights hospital.

Crown Heights »

Lightning Strikes Crown Heights School

Lightning hit P.S. 167 at 1025 Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights, knocking bricks from the chimney.

Upper West Side »

Upper West Side Parents Push for Russian Dual-Language Program at School

Russian-speaking parents are looking for an Upper West Side school to host a dual-language program.

New Dorp »

Vincent Maniscalco Brings High Tech Changes to Staten Island Technical HS

Vincent Maniscalco heads the specialized high school Staten Island Tech, which requires an entrance exam.

Cobble Hill »

Bed Bugs Reportedly Found at Carroll Gardens Middle School

The Carroll School reportedly distributed notices confirming the presence of bed bugs at the school.

Bronx »

New Michel Gondry Film Depicts Bronx High Schoolers

Michel Gondry's new film, entitled "The We and the I," is about a group of Bronx high schoolers.

Corona »

Pioneer Academy's Third Graders Help School Win 'Recycling Champion' Title

Eco-conscious third-graders help school bag '2012 Green Cup Recycle Challenge.'

Cobble Hill »

'Heart and Soul' of Mary McDowell Friends School in Cobble Hill to Retire

Admissions director Deborah Edel of the Mary McDowell Friends School is retiring after 27 years.

Bushwick »

Brooklyn Latin School Is Young, But Focused on Longtime Traditions

Principal Jason Griffiths believes school is about personal development in addition to academics.

Williamsburg »

School Safety Agent Arrested for Hitting Son with Cologne Bottle, Cops Say

NYPD School Safety Agent Tanya Edwards, 43, allegedly hit her son in the head with a cologne bottle.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Upper West Side Teacher's Aide Arrested on Sex Abuse Charges

Hany Abdalla, 35, was charged with making a sexual comment to a student at P.S. 84 elementary school.

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