Livingston Street: Exotic, offbeat, gritty, now slated for mainstream

Big developments are percolating on Livingston Street – and before you know it, new retailers will want in on the action, real estate executives predict. … Full Article

Brooklyn Eats to feature over 100 borough-based food and beverage vendors on June 26 in East Williamsburg

With just under a week to go, the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce that Brooklyn Eats will feature over 100 borough-based food and beverage manufacturers on June 26 at 630 Flushing Avenue in East Williamsburg. … Full Article

Gentile to FEMA: Give southern Brooklyn a ferry service

If not a subway train, how about a ferry? … Full Article

Emergency room crisis hits Brooklyn as SUNY bans ambulances from LICH

“If you live in western Brooklyn, don’t have a heart attack,” residents of Cobble Hill, Brooklyn Heights, Carroll Gardens, Boerum Hill, Red Hook and DUMBO heard Thursday as they learned that  … Full Article

Pols fight to pass ‘Briana’s Law’ before session ends

Calling it a crucial piece of legislation that will save lives, assembly members Felix Ortiz and Nicole Malliotakis are working against the clock for passage of “Briana’s Law,” a bill that would mandate the retraining cops in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). … Full Article

Former Brooklyn Legal Services lawyer sworn in to New York’s highest court

The newest member to the New York Court of Appeals, New York State’s highest court, was sworn in at noon Thursday in Albany. Sheila Abdus-Salaam is the first black woman on the Court of Appeals.  … Full Article

Appellate Division hears issue of special prosecutor for Working Families Party

The justices of the Appellate Division, Second Department, gathered Thursday in their Brooklyn Heights courthouse to hear arguments regarding whether or not to appoint a special prosecutor in the investigation of a political party. … Full Article

Brooklyn courts celebrate LGBT Pride Month

The Gay/Straight Alliance of the New York State Unified Court System celebrated Gay Pride Month with a lunchtime event at the Brooklyn Supreme Court on Wednesday. … Full Article

In spite of court order, SUNY Downstate to shut down LICH emergency room Thursday

A state judge on Wednesday ordered SUNY Downstate to maintain staffing levels at Long Island College Hospital (LICH) after hearing complaints that SUNY intended to pull out crucial residents this weekend. … Full Article


  • Most Viewed
  • Most Commented
  • Most Shared
  • Past:
  • 1 day
  • 1 week
  • 1 month
  • 1 year


Join the conversation


Map of Brooklyn, Brooklyn Daily Eagle