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  • Success Academy officials, parents say defunct Catholic school won’t meet space needs

  • Success Academy officials and parents are fuming after City Hall rejected their request for public school space in Queens and instead offered up a defunct Catholic school. Department of Education Deputy Chancellor Karin Goldmark on Tuesday identified the former site of Our Lady’s Catholic Academy on Rockaway Boulevard in South Jamaica as the building that...
  • Eight detained in Dominican Republic murder of Patricia Anton

  • Authorities in the Dominican Republic have detained eight people in the slaying of American teacher Patricia Ann Anton, according to a report. Among those in custody is a Haitian maintenance worker in the apartment complex where Anton had moved into just two days before she was found dead Tuesday with her feet and arms bound,...
  • Greg Bird survived his first Yankees injury test

  • The injuries that have haunted Greg Bird’s Yankees career did not follow him to the Dominican Winter League. The first baseman made it through his week-long test at the end of October in the Dominican Republic unscathed. Bird and the Yankees wanted to find out if Bird had fully recovered from the plantar fascia tear...
  • Fourth grader grills de Blasio on public transit, homelessness and NYPD

  • A precocious 9-year-old and the aunt of a teen killed by a stray bullet grilled Mayor Bill de Blasio about crime, homelessness and public transit at a Queens town hall Wednesday. Amaryllis Greene, 9, drew applause and laughter from the audience of over 400 people assembled at Austin Martin High School in Jamaica, Queens, when...
  • Caribbean hurricanes scaring Sandals Resorts bidders

  • A bid to sell the Caribbean’s biggest resort chain is running into headwinds — and hurricanes are to blame, The Post has learned. Sandals — whose all-inclusive hotels dominate the Caribbean resort scene — has been wooing suitors for its two-dozen vacation properties scattered across seven tropical-island countries. The family-owned franchise, founded by former appliance...
  • Ecuador probing influx of Cubans before anti-austerity protests

  • Ecuador on Wednesday said it was investigating the arrival of an unusual number of Cubans carrying a special class of passport in the run-up to October protests in the Andean nation, as part of a probe of possible foreign involvement in the demonstrations.

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