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De Blasio Dodges Question About NYPD Kicking New Yorkers Out Of Their Homes
7 Major Brooklyn Developments With Affordable Housing Opening This Year
Modular Pacific Park Tower Will Unveil Affordable Rentals Soon
Annual Hope Count To Document Number Of City's Homeless
The Week Ahead In New York Politics
Super Bowl Ad Invites Tourists To Colonial Williamsburg Because... 9/11?
Man Punches Smoker For Throwing Cigarette Pack In Trash
'Fourth Avenue Could Be The Park Avenue Of Brooklyn,' Says Carlo A. Scissura
NYPD To Meet With Parents In Park Slope Amid String Of Robberies Targeting Young Victims
Brooklyn Street Named In Honor Of Carey Gabay, Slain Former Aide To Gov. Cuomo
Meet The Business Owners Waking Up Windsor Terrace's 'Sleepy' Food Scene
New HIV Infections In NYC Highest In Bed Stuy And Crown Heights
Inwood Man Launches Parking Swap Group For Drivers To Share Spots
Pols To Mayor: Fix Southern Brooklyn Transit Before Building Flashy Streetcar
A New Wallabout Fragrance Destination Helps You Find Your Scent, Watch It Get Made
Holy Cannoli, Hipsters! 71-Year-Old Bushwick Bakery Tries Something New
Fugitive Brooklyn Dad 'Bobby Love' Goes Free After A Year In Prison
Bernie Sanders Supporters Feel The Bern At Brooklyn Bash
Man Arrested After Attempting To Shoot At Police Officers In Brownsville
Brooklyn Is De-segregating The Public Schools... Again
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Chess NYC to open program at Hebrew Language Academy
Are you ready for shachmat?
Strong defense helps Poly Prep overcome sloppy first half
The Poly Prep Blue Devils lost four fumbles throughout the entire season last year, but had three in the first half of Friday's game and committed 125 yards worth of penalties to make things worse.
Midwood High School fighting for football relevancy
Last season, Midwood High School's football team was right on the cusp. It wasn’t one of the top teams in Brooklyn, but it was close.
Hundreds gather on 69th St. pier to remember 9/11 victims
With prayers, poetry, song and a 21-gun salute, Bay Ridge paid tribute to the victims of Sept. 11 in a heartfelt ceremony held at the 69
Street pier Thursday night.
Brooklyn Remembers 9/11
Fort Hamilton was the scene of a moving memorial ceremony Thursday to honor the nearly 3,000 people who perished in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. …
New elementary school to open in Bensonhurst
The Bensonhurst-Dyker Heights area, a swatch of southwest Brooklyn that large numbers of families with young children and been flocking to in recent years, is getting a new school. …
Midwood tennis star meets Billie Jean King
A Midwood teenager was recognized for her outstanding tennis skills by the City Parks Foundation, which presented her with the Billie Jean King Award at its recent benefit dinner. …
Montague Street Tunnel reopens Monday
R train riders who have to switch trains to get from Brooklyn to Manhattan because of the closure of the Montague Street Tunnel are getting full service back sooner than expected.
Borough Park residents to get mail deliveries again
Call it a special delivery. …
Poly Prep grads win national awards
The fall semester has begun, but at Poly Prep Country Day School, they’re still rejoicing over the accomplishments of the students who graduated in May.
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