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Watchtower sign on old Jehovah's Witnesses' headquarters can be replaced, Board of Standards and Appeals decides

The void in the Brooklyn waterfront’s skyline that the Watchtower sign left behind can now be filled. … Full Article

Bread and pastry manufacturer to move to new East Williamsburg commercial building

Native Bread and Pastry, a 33-year-old pastry and bread manufacturer, is moving from South Williamsburg to an office and industrial project under construction in East Williamsburg. … Full Article

Newly elected State Senator Julia Salazar discusses rent regulation, healthcare, more

As the neighborhoods of North Brooklyn continue to change, so do their politicians. … Full Article

Flatbush man killed inside City Point Shopping Center

A 25-year-old man was shot dead inside The City Point Shopping Center on Wednesday night, police said. Carlton Spencer was shot in the chest inside the Target on the second floor of the busy Downtown Brooklyn shopping hub located at 445 Albee Square West. … Full Article

Downtown’s Brooklyn Point skyscraper reaches halfway point in climb upward

Construction on Brooklyn Point, aka 138 Willoughby St., has reached the halfway point in the climb toward its full 720-foot height, accordin … Full Article

Four Bushwick-Ridgewood eateries make Michelin’s ‘Bib Gourmand’ list

Michelin, the well-known international dining guide, has released its 2018 “Bib Gourmand” list, featuring restaurants that serve high-quality food with prices that make it possible to order two courses and a glass of wine or dessert for $40 or less. … Full Article

Driver charged in Park Slope death of actress' toddler kills herself

Authorities say a woman who lost control of her car and fatally struck the child of a Tony Award-winning Broadway actress and another toddler in a Brooklyn crosswalk has died of an apparent suicide. … Full Article

Suspects in Brooklyn Heights swastika spree arrested

NYPD announced on Monday that officers have arrested two young men who allegedly drew swastikas on garage doors on Garden Place in Brooklyn Heights last week.  … Full Article

'Blowout voter turnout' across Brooklyn, but busted scanners and weather cause chaos

Unprecedented voter turnout combined with malfunctioning ballot scanners caused frustration and havoc at polling sites across Brooklyn for Tuesday’s midterm election. … Full Article

EXCLUSIVE: Swastikas scar Williamsburg street

For years, a North Brooklyn block was tarnished with swastikas carved into the concrete sidewalk. Thousands of commuters entering the Grand Street subway station were forced to step over the hate symbols — four of them, to be exact — on their daily commute. … Full Article


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