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February 6, 2016 | Broken clouds,
Mayor’s Controversial Rezoning Plan Moves To City Council For Approval
High School Student In Ditmas Park Making Strong Progress After Traumatic Brain Injury
Brooklyn Youth Create Jobs (And Community Roots) Through Local Compost Program
Remembering Brooklyn’s Civil Rights Activists And The Fight For A Better Bed-Stuy
Here Are The 10 Hottest Brooklyn Food Trends Of 2017
In State Of The City, De Blasio Stresses Neighborhood Health In 'One City' Vision
DA: Brooklyn Gangsters Conducted "Hunting Expeditions" That Paralyzed Innocent Bystander
NYPD Is Kicking People Out Of Their Homes, Even If They Haven’t Committed A Crime
The 10 Best Brooklyn Coffee Shops To Replace Your Go-To Bodega Coffee
Bicyclist Rushed To Hospital After Getting Hit By Car In Greenpoint
Feast Your Eyes On The Finest Luxury Apartment Buildings Of Gilded Age Brooklyn
Friendly Ponies And Their Magical Bronies Will Soon Gallivant Into Dreamy Grand Prospect Hall
Historic Designation Likely For Coney’s Carousel, Feds Say
BAM's New Prez Talks About Revitalizing Brooklyn—And How The Borough Gives Back
Bed-Stuy Board Rejects Outpost Of Williamsburg Hipster Dive-Bar Empire
Bill Clinton Hosting Hillary Fundraiser At Brooklyn Bowl
Dumbo Drive-By Shooters Were Part of Flatbush Gang, Police Say
East New York Day Care Center Where Worker Molested Child Loses License Over Another Violation
The One Thing You Need to Know About Dating An Old House
Brooklyn DA Aide Fired For Alleged OT Abuse During Mob Probe
East New York
Prospect Park South
Espinal’s district at forefront of affordable housing plan
Councilmember Rafael Espinal and the constituents in the East New York section of his district are pioneers.
In Public Service: Councilmember pleased his community getting city attention
Councilmember Rafael Espinal and the constituents in the East New York section of his district are pioneers. …
Trial set for NYPD officer charged in Brooklyn stairwell shooting
An NYPD officer charged with fatally shooting an unarmed man in an East New York housing complex will go on trial in January.
Golden sponsoring free mammograms on Oct. 16
State Sen. Marty Golden is offering women the opportunity to be screened for breast cancer for free.
Jeffries, Clarke call on Obama to provide anti-gun funds
In the wake of an outbreak of gun violence in Brooklyn, including the shooting of Carey Gabay, a counsel to Gov. Andrew Cuomo, two members of the House’s Brooklyn delegation are calling on President Barack Obama to take swift action.
Gravesend historian's rallying cry: Save Lady Moody's House!
Save Lady Moody's House! …
Once-troubled youth use murals to transform Brownsville
Dozens of artists and community members gathered together on Pitkin Avenue in Brownsville for the unveiling of a huge 53-by-80-foot mural titled "The Wall of Reflect" on Friday. …
P.S. 95 speed bump will make kids safer, parents predict
Motorists driving up Van Sicklen Street in Gravesend will have to slow down when they get to P.S. 95 or risk hitting a speed bump and getting a big jolt.
Jeffries leads charge against funding for confederate flag
Calling the Confederate battle flag “a divisive symbol,” U.S. Rep. …
What are houses selling for in Marine Park?
Of course you want to know what the houses cost in Marine Park.
Here's a sampling of prices in the waterfront southeast Brooklyn neighborhood:
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