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Target Expands In Brooklyn With Midwood Store
Whole Foods Will Open In Williamsburg At The End Of July
Meet The Preservationists Who Are Cataloging NYC’s LGBT History
NYCHA Plans Sustainable Heat And Power System For Red Hook Houses
Bill Callahan To Perform In Williamsburg
Brooklyn Gets Techier With The Opening Of New Lab At The Navy Yard
Police Searching For Attacker After Attempted Rape Of Woman In Windsor Terrace
Charges Eyed In Cops’ Greenwood Heights Precinct Locker-Room Prank On Overachieving Rookie
In 1970s Brooklyn, When Horses Roamed Gowanus And Kids Played Stickball
Join Action Bronson And NYCWFF To Eat Through Brooklyn’s Best Spots
Brooklyn’s New Tech Trend Is Making Twitters For Your House Plants
Connecting Brooklyn’s Disconnected Youth To STEAM Professions
Canarsie Teacher Goes To Police After Students Hacked Into Her Facebook And Posted A Sexually-Charged Exchange She Had With Her Ex
Man, 30, Shot And Killed While Trying To Protect Wife In Crown Heights As Violence Breaks Out Across City
Five Questions: Brooklyn Nets
Brooklyn Man Who Told Cops He Was A Witness To A Brownsville Murder Confesses To Killing
Police: Suspect Wanted For Punching Cop In Face In East Williamsburg
Off-Duty NYPD Detective Arrested For Driving Drunk Near Brooklyn College
Your Congressional Election Primary Guide
Armed Robbers Steal 80-Year-Old Bed-Stuy Woman’s New TV, Cash And Perfume
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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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