Atlantic Yards

Brooklyn religious school rabbi suspected of sex abuse

A rabbi at a religious school in Borough Park is suspected of sexually abusing students, a law enforcement official said Wednesday. … Full Article

Brooklyn court reporter is employee of the year

The Kings County Supreme Court named Frances Napoli Employee of the Year in the court reporter category at a ceremony at the Adams Street court on Wednesday. … Full Article

FIRST PUBLIC AIRING: Plans to rebuild Brooklyn Heights library, move Business branch, face a skeptical audience

Details of the Brooklyn Public Library’s plan to sell the building shared by the Brooklyn Heights branch and the Business & Career Library to a private developer were shared at a contentious meeting of the Friends of the Brooklyn Heights Branch Library on Tuesday night. … Full Article

Historic but rundown Coignet Building in Gowanus for sale

The New York and Long Island Stone Company Coignet Building in Gowanus – which today is quite dilapidated and covered in graffiti – is the earliest known concrete building in New York City and was designated with landmark status in 2006. It’s also for sale. … Full Article

Brooklyn Bookbeat: Carroll Gardens writer praises ‘Messy Lives’

Brooklynite Katie Roiphe has long been known for her courageous writing, whether in the form of personal essays or cultural and literary criticism. … Full Article

Mariachi band to serenade Sunset Park councilwoman

Councilwoman Sara Gonzalez has received plenty of awards during her time in public office. But has she ever been serenaded by a mariachi band? She soon will be! … Full Article

MaryAnne Gilmartin, Ratner’s successor, well-regarded in business community

Forest City Ratner Corp. yesterday wouldn’t comment on published reports that Bruce Ratner would step down as CEO of the huge development firm, although he would remain as chairman. … Full Article

No suspects after shot is fired at MetroTech in Downtown Brooklyn, police report

Police declared a Level One Mobilization at MetroTech Commons in Downtown Brooklyn on Tuesday afternoon after a shot was fired in front of 1 MetroTech, home to National Grid, TKTS and other businesses. … Full Article

Immigration reform sparks Brooklyn reaction

America, New York City and, of course, Brooklyn, are the great melting pots welcoming immigrants with open arms.  … Full Article

Lawsuit attempts to block NYPD scanners

As the Brooklyn Eagle has reported, the New York City Police Department is currently testing the possibility of high-tech scanners that will allow the NYPD to detect whether or not an individual is in possession of a concealed weapon.  … Full Article


  • Most Viewed
  • Most Commented
  • Most Shared
  • Past:
  • 1 day
  • 1 week
  • 1 month
  • 1 year



Map of Brooklyn, Brooklyn Daily Eagle