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'Good Vibrations' -- BQE overnight repairs to start Monday in Brooklyn Heights

Brooklyn Heights residents who live near the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (BQE) have long complained that vibrations from the heavily-trafficked roadway were causing structural damage to their historic buildings. … Full Article
 

Clarke calls for compassion for immigrant children

The tens of thousands of children who are streaming across the southern border of the U.S. from countries in Central America should be treated with compassion — not like criminals, according to one Brooklyn congresswoman. … Full Article
 

NYC issues Stop Work Order at LICH site

The New York City Department of Buildings (DOB) has issued a Stop Work Order at Long Island College Hospital (LICH) in Cobble Hill, where SUNY is performing construction work without a permit. … Full Article
 
 

Brooklyn Heights firehouse wins BBQ cook-off — again!

Everyone knows what to do in a fire emergency — call the fire department. However, residents of Brooklyn Heights might want to consider calling the fire department for barbecue emergencies as well. … Full Article
 

Cleanup initiative launched for Sunset Park’s litter-ridden 8th Ave.

Sunset's Park’s Eighth Avenue is the main corridor of Brooklyn’s Chinatown, teeming with pedestrians, shoppers and heavy traffic. As a result, it's also plagued by graffiti, litter and grime. But thanks to a new initiative, that may soon change. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn novelist paints musical portrait of Philly

“Now I live on Prospect Park, which is like winning the lottery every day,” Brooklyn author Marie-Helene Bertino told the Brooklyn EagleAn award-winning writer, Bertino will celebrate the … Full Article
 

Cops, communities to celebrate National Night Out

Cops and the community residents they protect will gather together to celebrate National Night Out on Tuesday, Aug. 5 with block parties , barbecues, and other fun events designed to bring them closer together. … Full Article
 

Pol says subway gropers should be labeled as sex offenders

A lewd passenger who gets caught groping a woman on the subway would be required to register with New York State as a sex offender under legislation Assemblymember Joseph R. Lentol is drafting. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Historical Society’s ‘She said, She said’ highlights two artists’ Brooklyn-inspired works

Now on view at Brooklyn Historical Society (BHS) is “She said, She said:  Art and inspiration in the work of Nell Painter and Lucille Fornasieri Gold,” an exhibit that pays homage to two different but equally dynamic women sharing their view of New York through their work. … Full Article
 

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