28-Story Tower In Downtown Brooklyn Rises To Two-Thirds Height
Students Help Raise $1,000 For Ice Cream Vendor Hit With Fine In Windsor Terrace
L Train Will Still Run In Brooklyn During Shutdown, MTA Assures Canarsie
Permits Filed For Apartments And Synagogue In Crown Heights
Boy Struck On Williamsburg Sidewalk As Car Makes Caught-On-Camera Getaway
Brooklyn Rapper Troy Ave Charged In Shooting At Irving Plaza: Police
Cops Seek Pair Who Tried To Rape Woman, 25, In Prospect-Lefferts Gardens
Homes For Sale In Brooklyn And Manhattan
Akai Gurley Supporters Arrested Outside Brooklyn DA Ken Thompson's Home Get Community Service
Brooklyn Physical Education Teacher Aims To Find Sports To Fit His Students
What Did We Learn, If Anything, From The Nets Mini-Camp?
Williamsburg Lap Pool Will Continue Gender Segregation, At Request Of Orthodox Jews
Red Hook Pushes For Atlantic Basin Ferry Dock
Boy, 8, Brings Loaded Handgun To Flatbush Elementary School
Arrest Made In Fatal Shooting Of Governor Cuomo's Aide In Brooklyn
How One Poor Bushwick Preschool Is Competing With The Best
Brooklyn Label Makes Music, But Not Much Money
This Lot In Brooklyn Shows More Clearly What Uber Did To NYC Than Any Statistic
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Ebbets Field Tenants Claim Management Wants Them Out
Residents living in flood zones who stubbornly refuse to obey a mandatory evacuation order during a hurricane would be slapped with penalties if a City Council candidate gets his way.
Yuri Khandrius, 50, of Brooklyn, was sentenced Tuesday to eight years in prison for his role in a $77 million Medicare fraud scheme.
Let the Democrats fight it out! That appears to be the strategy employed by David Storobin, the lone Republican running for the City Council seat in the 48th Council District in southern Brooklyn.
Leonid Zalkind, 36, of Philadelphia, pleaded guilty on Wednesday to one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering before Brooklyn Federal Judge Nina Gershon.
The economy isn’t getting any better for victims of Superstorm Sandy, who now find themselves digging out of a deep financial hole.
Not everyone is celebrating the return of the B37 bus, it seems.
Two weeks after he was endorsed by state Sen. Diane Savino, mayoral candidate Bill Thompson has picked up his second endorsement from a major figure in Coney Island politics.
Calling it a “hallmark achievement for our city,” City Council candidate John Lisyanskiy, who emigrated from the Ukraine to the United States two decades ago, praised the city’s new $18 million program to assist undocumented immigrants.
Coney Island has changed quite a bit over the past few years, especially since the building of Luna Park and the Scream Zone. However, there are those who miss the old, anarchic, slightly seedy but always in-your-face Coney Island.
State and federal officials on Wednesday announced the indictment of five members of a prescription drug trafficking ring.