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The Vital Role & Impact of District Leaders: Celebrating Lori Citron Knipel For 30 Years As District Leader, Pioneer Policy Maker

January 24 | Special from IN PUBLIC SERVICE

A lifelong Flatbush native, a mother, and an attorney, Hon. Lori Citron Knipel has been an ardent advocate for over four decades, even shaping the national Democratic agenda as she continued uplifting Brooklynites at home. Lori’s impact was felt in full force on Thursday, Jan. 19, with a celebration honoring her years of service as […]

Family feud explodes over ownership of East Flatbush building

November 14 | Helen Klein, Special to the Brooklyn Eagle

EAST FLATBUSH – It’s father vs. son. The dad is 95-year-old Navy veteran Mario Bisogno, Sr., who, as a teenager, served aboard a munitions carrier in the Pacific during World War II. Bisogno, a Gravesend resident, who spent his post-Navy years as a butcher, working out of a store on Nostrand Avenue in East Flatbush, […]

Bonnies open 2020 soccer season with cross-divisional challenge vs Clippers

October 13 | Jim Dolan

In a last-minute matchup, Xaverian varsity soccer coach Erin Meagher agreed to have her Clippers play a cross-divisional game with Fontbonne to open the Bonnies’ 2020 soccer season after St. Edmund Prep, a school in one of Brooklyn’s recently drawn-up COVID hot zones, pulled out of the opener. Coming off a 6-0 win to open […]

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