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L train finally pumped out

Williamsburg
The G train came back with limited service today, but the major portion of the L train, as of today, is still not in service. However, the MTA yesterday finally finished pumping water out of its tunnels. The problem was the large amount of salt water in its underground tubes. … Full Article
 

Unlike the Marathon, a race cheered in Red Hook

Red Hook
They jumped over puddles filled with debris and ran past food lines on West 9th Street. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Navy Yard recovers from storm

Navy Yard
Of the 275 businesses in the Brooklyn Navy Yard industrial park, more than 95 percent now have electricity, although many still don't have heat. … Full Article
 

First Presbyterian Church fetes Dorothy Gill on her 90th birthday

Brooklyn Heights
Dorothy Alexander-Gill was all smiles at her 90th birthday last Saturday, celebrated at First Presbyterian Church.  At the close of a traumatic week following Superstorm Sandy, everyone seemed to bask and enjoy the sunshine that emanated both from outdoors and from Dorothy. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn's The Edge named ‘Best High Rise Community’

Williamsburg
New York City's number one selling condominium is said to be The Edge, a relatively new condominium development on the waterfront in Williamsburg. … Full Article
 

Community Board Land Use Committee meeting rescheduled

Brooklyn Heights
The November meeting of the Community Board 2 Land Use Committee, which normally meets on the third Wednesday of the month, has been rescheduled to Thursday, Nov.15. "The third Wednesday of this month is the day before Thanksgiving," said District Manager Rob Perris. … Full Article
 

Affordable home workshops planned in Bed-Stuy

Bedford-Stuyvesant
Learn about affordable home options at one of the following workshops offered by the Bridge Street Development Corporation in Bedford-Stuyvesant. … Full Article
 

L, G train recovery lags behind rest of subway system

Williamsburg
As of yesterday, the MTA had restored about 80 percent of subway service. Noticeably out, however, were the L and G trains. The G train, which runs from Court House Square in Queens to Church Avenue, was totally out of service. … Full Article
 

A night to remember: Nets open Barclays with big win as Brooklyn continues recovery from Sandy

Atlantic Yards
Decades from now, when the Nets are as much a part of Brooklyn's landscape as the bridges that link us with that other borough across the East River, there will be much more than 17,732 people who will recall being at the Barclays Center for the return of major pro sports to the corners of Atlant … Full Article
 

Hills & Gardens—November 8, 2012

Cobble Hill
Super storm Sandy sandbagged the Greenwich Village Halloween Parade and tabled Park Slope’s, but with the help of Captain Jeffrey Schiff, who honored a permit, and the multi-tasking officers of the 76th Precinct, the Cobble Hill Costume Parade was a “go.”  As with all city parks, Cobble Hill Park … Full Article
 

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