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Flipped-Over Car on Montague Street

Brooklyn Heights
Pedestrians in Brooklyn Heights were surprised Tuesday evening to find a flipped-over car at Montague and Henry streets. Many onlookers believed a serious automobile accident had just occurred.
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Brooklyn Ballet’s Decade of Dance

Downtown
Brooklyn Ballet, founded by Lynn Parkerson 10 years ago and now based in Downtown Brooklyn, is celebrating its first decade by creating and performing several special events in the coming months. … Full Article
 

If A Tree Falls on Montague Street…

Brooklyn Heights
A truck hit and damaged this tree in front of 130 Montague St., which then fell across the sidewalk, about 10 a.m. Wednesday. The truck apparently was trying to back out of its parking space and also damaged the front of an SUV that was parked behind it.
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Mayor’s Ed Panel Approves P.S. 8 Expansion

Downtown
Middle School Co-Locating at Westinghouse … Full Article
 

Prospect Park YMCA Rolls Out Health Initiative for Latino Families

Park Slope
The Prospect Park YMCA is one of 48 YMCAs nationwide selected to receive a grant from the Kraft Foods Foundation to implement Salsa, Sabor y Salud (Food, Fun and Fitness), a national healthy lifestyles program for Hispanic/Latino families. … Full Article
 

Adams returns to Brooklyn

Downtown
Kenneth Adams, president and CEO of the Empire State Development Corp. and former president of the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, came to the Brooklyn Public Library’s Business/Heights branch at 280 Cadman Plaza West Thursday to discuss Governor Cuomo’s new executive budget and reform plan. … Full Article
 

Changes on Montague

Brooklyn Heights
The former space of Jennifer Convertibles at 121 Montague Street was being cleaned out Monday morning (above). A Le Pain Quotidien bakery is expected to open there next month.
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Brooklyn Broadside: Brooklyn Detention Center - City Learns From Experience

Boerum Hill
There is no evidence that anyone stood around Boerum Hill this past weekend and shouted, “Hail, hail to the renovated jail.” By the same token, it is unlikely that someone else shouted out, “Hell’s bells to the 700 cells.” … Full Article
 

City Tech’s February Black History Month Events to Focus on Migration

Downtown
“Black Migrations” is the theme of New York City College of Technology’s (City Tech’s) 2012 celebration of Black History Month in February. 
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Cop-Shooting Suspect Had Violent History, Say Police

Bushwick
Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly says the man accused of shooting an officer in the head Tuesday night also had been wanted for questioning in one of the first killings of 2012. … Full Article
 

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