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LIU Sharks still breathing, but barely

March 3 | John Torenli, Sports Editor Brooklyn Daily Eagle

If this had been a normal Northeast Conference season, not one littered with COVID-19-related testing, postponements, cancellations and postseason alterations, both St. Francis Brooklyn and Long Island University would have qualified for this weekend’s NEC Men’s Basketball Tournament. As it stands now, Brooklyn Heights’ Terriers are out and Downtown Brooklyn’s Sharks still have an outside […]

Opinions & Observations: Cuomo and de Blasio are MIA concerning congestion pricing

March 3 | By Larry Penner

When it comes to the actual implementation of Congestion Pricing, there is more to the story than just the Federal Highway Administration issuing future guidance on how the MTA should proceed with the NEPA process (probably an Environmental Impact Statement) followed by issuing a finding. After Washington does its part, it will be up to […]

Opinions & Observations: We cannot support solar projects without fighting against fracked gas

March 3 | By Kaylyn Riddell

I read with great interest the February 26, 2021 article “Public school rooftop array project to add to Brooklyn’s vibrant solar sector” and was glad to see this initiative considering the abysmal impact pollution from gas power plants have on communities. Let’s build momentum towards clean energy. The proposed rooftop solar project is a positive […]

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