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Precinct council meetings are vital to cops policing Park Slope

The unofficial motto of the police department is to protect and to serve, but in order to be properly “served,” Brooklynites should assume an active role in helping their local precinct at precinct community council meetings that are typically held each month. … Full Article

DUMBO preservation group clashes with BID over proposed Tech Triangle bus route

While an MTA proposal to extend the B67 bus line through DUMBO as part of a new “Tech Triangle” line has garnered praise from local businesses, a neighborhood preservation group says the route will  … Full Article

Let's talk diabetes with owls

David Sedaris returns with a new collection of essays, “Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls.” His topics, at this point, are familiar. There’s his family; his eminently tolerant boyfriend, Hugh; scenes from his feckless youth; and so on. … Full Article

FDNY officers back Gonzalez’s re-election bid

Praising Sara Gonzalez as someone who “has been by our side every step of the way, fighting to keep firehouses open,” leaders of the Uniformed Fire Officers Association announced their endorsement of the councilwoman for another term in office. … Full Article

Domestic violence victims get help from feds, state government

Victims of domestic violence will be getting much-needed assistance from the government – at both the federal and state levels – as a package of legislation and a grant make their way to local officials. … Full Article


The Palmetto Playground at Columbia Heights and State Street in southwestern Brooklyn Heights could be renamed as the Adam Yauc … Full Article

29th Brooklyn Heights House Tour attracts happy hordes to homes in first historic district

While the privacy and sanctity of homes and gardens are always protected, once a year five historic Heights restorations are put on view to the public. On Saturday, May 11, from 1 to 5 p.m., the esteemed Brooklyn Heights Association, founded in 1910, will host its 29th House and Garden Tour. … Full Article

Rev. Dr. David C. Fisher of Plymouth Church announces retirement

In a message mailed to the Plymouth Church congregation last week and delivered from the pulpit on April 28, the Rev. Dr. David C. Fisher has announced his retirement. … Full Article

Debut novelist celebrates launch in Brooklyn

Set in 1920s Manhattan, Suzanne Rindell’s much anticipated debut novel “ … Full Article

HUNT BEGINS FOR LICH SAVIOR: SUNY issues 'Request for Information'

The State University of New York's (SUNY) issued a public Request for Information (RFI) on Wednesday, to formally solicit interest from hospital operators or others to take over Long Island College Hospital (LICH) in Cobble Hill. … Full Article


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