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New York City Department of Small Business Services (SBS) Commissioner Maria Torres-Springer on Monday visited new storefronts along Mermaid Avenue that are being renovated as part of the cit … Full Article

Eric Adams issues call to action at Montague Street BID meeting

Brooklyn is a bustling hub of 2.5 million people, but nestled within it is Montague Street, a four-block stretch in Brooklyn Heights that has more of a small town feel than most would imagine is possible in this vast borough. … Full Article

Popular, traditional treasure Queen Restaurant is BCC milestone member under Scissura

Last week the popular Queen Restaurant, founded in 1958 by the late chef Anthony Vitiello, was honored as the 1,000th new member of the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce under its President and CEO, Carlo Scissura. … Full Article

Le chocolat, c'est magnifique: French chocolatier is the new Willy Wonka of Montague Street

Welcome to Montague Street, Willy Wonka. Or perhaps we should we say, Bienvenue, mon chef. … Full Article

Chobani adds New York City jobs

SOUTH EDMESTON, N.Y. — Greek yogurt maker Chobani says it will end up with more full-time workers after eliminating fewer than 100 jobs at its upstate New York plant and adding jobs at its nearby headquarters and in New York City. … Full Article

Scavenger hunt, poetry slam, live music all part of Summer Stroll plans

Following a brainstorming session that took place on Monday, plans for the Third Annual Summer Stroll on 3rd are starting to take shape, with store owners on the commercial strip and Bay Ridge community leaders talking about entertaining the crowds with a scavenger hunt, a poetry slam and plenty  … Full Article

Chamber of Commerce aims to help veteran-owned businesses

As a lieutenant colonel, Irving Donaldson led the 369th Infantry Regiment, also known as the Harlem Hellfighters, into Iraq in 2004. … Full Article

TLC backs down after impounding Boro Park volunteer driver’s vehicle

Borough Park “Chesed” drivers and local politicians were outraged when Taxi & Limousine Officials pulled over one of the company’s volunteer drivers en route transporting cancer patients to a hospital this morning, issuing several tickets and even impounding the vehicle.  … Full Article

Crain's event asks if landmarking is out of control

A cataclysm of divergent views sparred in a healthy (if occasionally contentions) forum sponsored by Crain’s New York Business. … Full Article

Brooklyn furniture designer Jim Malone: Sometimes the future is in the past

Although artist Jim Malone was not born in Brooklyn, it was for good reason that he and his wife moved to Fort Greene, where they live today. … Full Article

DiNapoli: Brooklyn is king of NYC economic growth, though challenges remain

Brooklyn has achieved extraordinary economic growth, including the first increase in the manufacturing sector in several decades, but challenges remain, New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli reported to an audience in Williamsburg today. … Full Article

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