Cobble Hill

OPINION: A subway station and an industrial canal

The other day, I took a trip to Carroll Gardens, and since I had some time to kill, I took the F train one more stop to the newly renovated Smith-9th Streets station, which reopened about a month ago. … Full Article

There she rolls: Bike sharing begins today

New York City's long-awaited and much-hyped bicycle-sharing program is finally set to begin. … Full Article

Bestselling 'Coolidge' author Amity Shlaes draws fans to Heights casino book talk

Brooklyn Heights neighbors and fans turned out in force May 22 to hear best-selling author Amity Shlaes bring to life a politician with the willpower to say no to big government spending – America’s 30th President, Calvin Coolidge. … Full Article

Training for City Tech Hospitality Management students supported by Beitler Student Resource Endowment Fund

This spring, 62 students from New York City College of Technology’s (City Tech’s) award-winning Hospitality Management program successfully completed the Training for Intervention Procedures (TIPS) certification course under the direction of Professor Patrick O’Halloran through funding prov … Full Article

Pols charge CUNY is rushing search for Medgar Evers College president

The City University of New York (CUNY) is in too much of a rush to find the next president of Medgar Evers College and isn’t casting a wide enough net to attract a sufficient number of qualified candidates, a group of lawmakers charged. … Full Article

Brooklyn Heights author Ron Chernow receives Biography Award

Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer Ron Chernow was honored by his peers this weekend and in turn shared a few tips about his craft. … Full Article

New charter school opening in Downtown Brooklyn

Brooklyn Prospect Charter School said on Tuesday that it will open its first elementary school this September in Downtown Brooklyn (District 13). … Full Article

Christ Church presents Choral Evensong, neighboring Parish of St. Paul’s hosts service

The parish of Christ Church-Cobble Hill presents a Choral Evensong & Benediction on the Christian feast of Corpus Christi (this year on May 30) for all the Episcopal parishes in the Deanery of St. Mark. … Full Article

Auxiliary members donate $60,000 to Lutheran Medical Center

Lutheran Medical Center will be able to install a new piece of medical equipment in the operating rooms thanks to a $60,000 donation from the hospital’s auxiliary. … Full Article

Sunset Park BID giving free WiFi to 5th Avenue

A two-mile stretch of Fifth Avenue will become a giant WiFi hotspot, enabling users to have Internet access as they walk down the street, shop in stores, and relax in their apartments, under an ambitious technology upgrade planned by the Sunset Park Business Improvement District. … Full Article


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