Video: Internationally renowned squash tournament kicks off tonight at The Heights Casino

The world’s best female professional squash players will be gathering in Brooklyn Heights this week to compete in The Heights Casino’s annual Weymuller Open. … Full Article

Landmarks Preservation Commission okays renovation of shuttered Paul Robeson Theatre

The Landmarks Preservation Commission gave a thumbs-up to renovation plans for the building that housed the now-closed Paul Robeson Theatre — whose next tenant might be a community theatre. … Full Article

Attorney objects to bloody photos shown at triple homicide trial

Prosecutors showed jurors bloody evidence photos of dead bodies covered with sheets during a triple homicide trial on Tuesday. … Full Article

Former NYPD informant threatened, afraid to testify in triple homicide trial

A former confidential informant for NYPD was scared to testify Monday in a Brooklyn triple homicide trial after the defendant and his family allegedly threatened him. … Full Article

Greenpoint Community Environmental Fund showcases progress in second annual Open House

By late afternoon at Monsignor McGolrick Park on Oct. 14, people were packing up displays, folding charts, placing live organic samples carefully into transport containers, wiping down binoculars, stacking trays of plants, upending long tables and folding their legs in. … Full Article

The Evergreens Cemetery draws visitors during Open House New York Weekend

Here lies Bill “Bojangles” Robinson, beloved tap dancer. And victims of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire. And a grieving widower who lived in his dead wife's tomb with a pet parrot for company. … Full Article

The Other Art Fair coming to Greenpoint

The Other Art Fair, a global event that will also be held this year in London, Sydney, Melbourne and Bristol, will take place at the Brooklyn EXPO Center in Greenpoint Nov. 9-12. The Other Art Fair celebrates street and graffiti artists from across the world. … Full Article

Scott Stringer celebrates Polish heritage in Greenpoint

On Tuesday, Oct. 10, New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer hosted elected officials, community leaders and guests at the Polish Heritage Breakfast held at the Polish & Slavic Center at 177 Kent St. in Greenpoint. … Full Article

City to stomp out rats at 33 Bushwick, Bed-Stuy schools

Bushwick and Bedford-Stuyvesant may be home to artists and hipsters, but they are also the most rat-infested neighborhoods in Brooklyn. Now the city is taking its war on rats to the vermin living off mountains of trash produced at more than 33 schools in the area. … Full Article

Woman slugs victim on C train after e-cig complaint

Police apprehended Krystal Feldsherov, 23 years old, at the High Street subway station in Brooklyn Heights on Thursday after she allegedly assaulted another woman who complained to Feldsherov about her smoking an electronic cigarette on the C train. … Full Article


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



Map of Brooklyn, Brooklyn Daily Eagle