Bypassing city, Sunset Park group posts its own speed limit signs

Members of a Sunset Park civic improvement group have decided to take matters into their own hands to warn motorists of the recently lowered speed limit on New York City streets. … Full Article

New location selected for Brooklyn Housing Court

Brooklyn’s Housing Court may be preparing for a transition to a new location. The court is slated to move a few blocks away to Brooklyn’s Municipal Building at 210 Joralemon Street.  … Full Article

Nurses at New York Methodist Hospital rally for ‘safe staffing’

Nurses at New York Methodist Hospital in Park Slope chanted and marched at a rally on Monday, to bring attention to what they called unsafe levels of staffing at the hospital. … Full Article

Clarke named to Energy and Commerce Committee

Brooklyn will have a seat at the table when it comes to crafting legislation on everything from consumer protections to telecommunications when the new congress convenes in early January. … Full Article

Brooklyn HS seniors stage College March

High school seniors from the Brooklyn School for Collaborative Studies (BCS) in Carroll Gardens were cheered on by hundreds of their fellow students, teachers, parents and supporters on Friday as they marched to a mobile post office van to have their college applications specially stamped and col … Full Article

Maloney hails passage of terrorism insurance bill

After months of debate and nail-biting negotiations, the House of Representatives passed a bill on Wednesday to extend the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) for an additional six years, according to U.S. Rep. … Full Article

Eric Adams launches first Holiday Market Village in Downtown Brooklyn

Thursday, Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams formally launched the inaugural Holiday Market Village in Columbus Park, located in the heart of Downtown Brooklyn. … Full Article

Longtime residents reflect on their time in Brooklyn Heights

Linda and Henry Cateura have lived in the same house on Willow Street since 1966. Around the corner, Ann Walker Gaffney and her late husband, Richard, moved into their Hicks Street brownstone that same year.  … Full Article

Carolers sing about transparency at Brooklyn Bridge Park Corp. headquarters

More than a dozen Build Up NYC activists, led by Santa Claus, arrived at the Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation’s office Wednesday morning to sing their own rendition of “It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas.” … Full Article


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