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Brooklyn Courts wrestle with Sandy aftermath

As New Yorkers try to regain footing after the devastating storm that blew through the Northeast, Brooklyn’s legal community slowly returns to the business of justice and attending to client needs.   … Full Article

Baby Sandy born in hurricane’s aftermath

Brooklyn residents Waichun Yung and Aron Shi will have a remarkable Hurricane Sandy story to tell for years to come. … Full Article

UPDATED: Sandy KOs Thursday's Nets-Knicks season opener

Barclays Center sits right above a major mass-transit hub, an ideal destination for fans throughout New York. Not right now, though. … Full Article

Yucky muck floods Red Hook; Fairway under siege

Residents in Red Hook who ignored the mandatory evacuation awoke to debris-strewn streets and a continuing blackout. The floodwaters that rose at least 12 blocks inland had receded by dawn Tuesday. … Full Article

Inch by inch, plan to clean up Gowanus proceeds

A review of studies that have been done so far on the polluted Gowanus Canal was produced this month by the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) Technical Assistance Services for Communities Unit. … Full Article

Hynes, Kelly announce drug takedown in Bed-Stuy

Kings County District Attorney Charles J. Hynes on Wednesday announced the arrest of eight drug dealers who have been operating in Bedford-Stuyvesant and the arrest of four additional individuals found with narcotics in the targeted locations.   … Full Article

Keynote speaker Quinn joins ‘Future of Brooklyn’ roster for Nov. 2

City Council Speaker Christine Quinn will be the keynote speaker at Bisnow Events Media’s Future of Brooklyn conference on Friday, Nov. 2, at the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge.
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Whole Foods to finally begin construction on its Bklyn store in Gowanus

Site preparation is finally underway and construction will begin this fall on the Whole Foods Market at 3rd Street and 3rd Avenue in Gowanus, according to Michael Sinatra, public affairs manager for Whole Foods’ Northeast Region. … Full Article

New Bossert Hotel owners to reduce no. of rooms, will prohibit music on rooftop terrace

Owners of the Bossert Hotel in Brooklyn Heights have agreed to reduce the proposed number of rooms from 302 to 280 and to restrict the operating hours and music levels of the rooftop terrace bar.
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Isles on their way: NHL franchise to relocate to Barclays Center in 2015

Before the Brooklyn Nets could even hit the hardwood for their first-ever regular-season game at the Barclays Center, the New York Islanders announced Wednesday afternoon that they were moving in to the state-of-the-art arena in 2015. … Full Article


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