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Family suing city for $100 million over alleged antisemitic attack at son’s school

July 9 | Brooklyn Eagle Staff

GRAVESEND — A JEWISH FAMILY plans to sue the city for $100 million over a brawl at their children’s P.S. 682 fifth-grade graduation celebration that plaintiffs Johan Nunez and Lana Lerner say was motivated by antisemitism, reports the New York Post. The dispute began during the ceremony on June 14, when a student walked across […]

Dr. Tim Law, a “community stalwart,” named to NYS AAPI Commission

June 26 | Brooklyn Eagle Staff

BATH BEACH TO GRAVESEND — Dr. Tim Law, the founder of the Chinese American Social Services Center (CASS), who has been appointed to the New York State Asian American and Pacific Islander Commission. Calling Dr. Law “a community stalwart,” Assemblymember William Colton (D-47), who represents the southern Brooklyn neighborhoods of Bath Beach, Dyker Heights, Bensonhurst […]

Town hall aims to strategize cleanup of problematic intersection

June 18 | Brooklyn Eagle Staff

BATH BEACH/GRAVESEND — A SPIKE IN ILLEGAL VENDING AND DUMPING in her district has prompted Councilmember Susan Zhuang to host a crucial town hall meeting on Thursday, June 27, at 3 p.m., to discuss efforts to clean up the intersection of 86th St. and Bay Parkway in Gravesend. Upon taking office, Zhuang pledged to clean […]