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Target Sets Its Sights On Midwood For Its Next Small-Format Store
Step Back To 1914 For A Virtual Tour Of The Commandant’s House In Vinegar Hill (Photos)
Fed Suit: B&H Forced Hispanic Workers To Use Separate Restroom
How A Changing EPA Could Affect The Gowanus And More
Beloved Prospect-Lefferts Gardens Caribbean Bakery Errol’s Gets New Lease
Brooklyn Town Halls And CB9 Catcalls
J’Ouvert Celebration Shooter Gets 24 Years For Murder
Kushner May Be Keeping Parts Of His Brooklyn Real Estate Empire
Top 10 Brooklyn Real Estate Listings: Bed-Stuy Brownstones And Beamed Ceilings
Cops Probe Death Of East Flatbush Woman, 78, Found Covered In Bruises
Power Problem Near Jay Street-MetroTech Station Delays Multiple Subway Lines
Brooklyn Weekly Forecast: Wednesday To Reach 67 Degrees
Jewish Centers In Brooklyn On Alert Amid Threats In N.Y., N.J.
AR-15, Fake Weapons Found At Home Of Brooklyn Man Accused Of Stalking Ex
2 Brooklyn Schools Face Off In Black History Month 'Jeopardy'
Penn Badgley Marries Domino Kirke At Brooklyn Courthouse
Brooklyn Architects Tapped To Design Central New York Tourism Center In Downtown Auburn, Alabama
PropertyShark Data Confirms Eastern Half Of Brooklyn Highest In Forclosures
Man Convicted Of Assaulting Head Of Brooklyn Jewish Y Chief Fled To Turkey
69th Street Pier Ferry To Set Sail This Summer
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BAM among 18 cultural groups to receive grants from NYC foundation
Eighteen cultural institutions in New York City have received $200,000 each from the Carnegie Corporation of New York.
Edna’s Soul Food Restaurant workers to receive owed back pay
The owner of a Brownsville soul-food restaurant has been sentenced to prison for failing to pay his employees close to $17,000 in back wages, the
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
LIU Brooklyn cuts the ribbon on new, high-tech nursing school
LIU Brooklyn cut the ribbon on a state-of-the-art nursing school on Wednesday and proudly showed off its modern labs, classrooms and suite of simulated learning environments. …
Attorney: Tickets, no charges, in Fort Greene Snowden statue episode
A lawyer for the mystery artists who affixed a bust of Edward Snowden to Fort Greene Park’s war monument says they've been ticketed but not criminally charged.
‘Minding Our Own’ documentary looks at family caregivers
The hard work done by caregivers who look after frail family members with love and dedication is the subject of a new eye-opening documentary by a young Brooklyn filmmaker. …
Just-sold Williamsburg property slated for environmental cleanup
Industrial property in the Hasidic end of Williamsburg was on the sale market for a New York Minute before being snapped up for $7.5 million.
Williamsburg's William Vale, open by New Year's Eve?
Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot?
Just imagine — Williamsburg will have a new hotel, the William Vale, in time for New Year's Eve if things go Riverside Developers' way. …
DOE to meet with parents shut out of Brooklyn’s P.S. 8
Parents at P.S. …
St. Francis to hold graduation at Brooklyn Bridge Park
Hundreds of St. Francis College graduates and their parents, families and friends will enjoy two new venues for St. Francis College’s Spring Commencement 2015.
Brooklyn DA Thompson touches base with Clinton Hill seniors
Brooklyn District Attorney Kenneth Thompson keeps a map of Brooklyn in his office, with color-coded marking where shooting incidents have been reported. …
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