Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Ambulances at LICH Still MIA; Bay Ridge Massage Parlors; and More Brooklyn Briefs

- Ambulance service to Long Island College Hospital (LICH) still "up in the air." [Brooklyn Eagle]

- While at least four hospitals in Brooklyn are in deep financial trouble, NY Methodist in Park Slope may construct a brand new eight story addition. [Here's Park Slope]

- The shadow campaign for the city's second most powerful job quietly heats up. [NY Observer ]

- Bay Ridge residents don't get why so many massage parlors -- more than two dozen -- have suddenly popped up in the neighborhood -- and why they're open so late at night. [NY Times]

- Brooklyn-born grandfather of zombie apocalypse dies at 87. [NY Observer]

- Bensonhurst native Paulie “The Magic Man” Malignaggi lost a split-decision to Adrian "The Problem" Broner Saturday night at Barclays Center -- and he may have lost his girl, too. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- Another pedestrian mowed down at dangerous Ditmas Park intersection where 36 pedestrian were injured and four died between 1995 and 2008. [Streetsblog]

- U.S. surveillance is not aimed at terrorists, but at law-abiding citizens. [Bloomberg News]

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