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December 3, 2016 | Broken clouds,
Investment Group Pays $76.5 Million For Downtown Brooklyn Site
Meat 'The Burgrito' In Park Slope
Modell’s, Blink To Occupy Development On Knickerbocker Avenue In Bushwick
Cops Nab Borough Park Hasidic Synagogue Coffee Room Crook
The Best Holiday Markets In Brooklyn And Beyond
No More Rubber Stamps: City Council Is Pickier About Rezoning
Danny’s Super Dollar In Sheepshead Bay Broken Into And Burglarized
Man, 21, Dies After Being Struck By Tractor-Trailer In Williamsburg
Designers Have An 8-Letter Word For The Despised Hipster Aesthetic Colonizing The Planet
Biological Father Of Gravesend Boy On Life Support Speaks Out After Beating
Jury Acquits Man Accused Of Lighting Girlfriend's Boerum Hill Apartment On Fire With Children Inside
Best Of Brooklyn: Holiday Angel Project Enters 5th Year
Accused Gunrunners May Use Brooklyn Prosecutor's Wiretap Scandal As Grounds For Case Dismissal
Checking Out Brooklyn’s Emerging Kosher Barbecues
Weekend Events Roundup: Rallies, Ping Pong, Happy Hour, And More
Gorilla Coffee Closing Fifth Avenue Cafe In Park Slope After 15 Years
Inside Empire Stores, The Newly-Renovated Civil War-Era Warehouse In DUMBO
Man Arrested After Fight With Co-worker At Cellphone Store In Park Slope, Police Say
Bed-Stuy Developers Launch $10,000 Small-Biz Contest To Support Local Entrepreneurs
East New York
Prospect Park South
Crown Heights South landmarking drive will amp up this fall
Respect and protect the architectural heritage of Crown Heights South.
If the neighborhood's new preservation group decides to adopt a motto, this would surely be a suitable one.
Watchdog Group: Prospect Park among 5 most crime-ridden parks in NYC
Brooklyn’s Prospect Park is listed among the top five New York City parks with the most overall crime between April 1, 2015 and March 31, 2016, according to the
New York Post
The Williamsburgh Trust Company Building gets landmarked
A magnificent church that began its existence as the Williamsburgh Trust Company Building has been in landmarking limbo since 1966.
On Tuesday, it was liberated from limbo — and designated as a city landmark.
Plymouth Church bids godspeed to beloved assistant minister
Plymouth Church bid farewell last Sunday to the Rev. Dr. Jane Huber, who has served this faith community as Interim Assistant Minister for the past three years.
Two Brooklyn Heights buildings up for landmarking consideration
LICH: Everything you want to know (almost) about the deal to close Long Island College Hospital
In January 2013 Brooklynites were shocked to hear that the State University of New York (SUNY) was preparing to pull the plug on Long Island College Hospital (LICH) in Cobble Hill. …
Agency: Big chaos needs big fix at Flatbush, Atlantic and Fourth Avenues
One good turn deserves another. And so does one good median, and one good bike lane, and one good crosswalk.
At Prospect Park Zoo, bird Looks like it's wearing white hoodie over orange head
The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) says two painted storks are making their public debut at the
Prospect Park Zoo
The Jehovah's Witnesses will start moving out of Brooklyn Heights headquarters in September
Change is coming to Brooklyn Heights.
Locals enjoy ‘Work from the Park Day’ in Brooklyn Bridge Park
The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce and AT&T hosted a "Work from the Park Day” that leveraged free public Wi-Fi and charging stations in Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 1 this past Friday.
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