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Prospect Park Residence fights attachment orders in separate cases

The Appellate Division Second Department on Thursday granted a temporary restraining order staying enforcement of a $5 million dollar order of attachment to the Prospect Park Residence in Park Slope. … Full Article

Cops nab ‘Peeping Drone’ operator in Brooklyn Heights

Cops nabbed the operator of a drone seen to be peering into the windows of high-rises in Brooklyn Heights last Thursday, alarming office workers and residents on Court and Montague streets. … Full Article

Six authors make $50K St. Francis College Literary Prize shortlist

From 130 to six, the shortlist is out for the $50,000 St. Francis College Literary Prize, one of the richest literary awards in the United States. Authors on the 2015 shortlist are:   … Full Article

6 hurt in Brooklyn Bridge pileup

Six people have been injured in a chain-reaction collision on the Brooklyn Bridge. … Full Article

The Great Brooklyn Staycation at Brooklyn Bridge Park

Are we there yet? Thousands of vacationing tourists travel countless miles to visit Brooklyn’s own little Riveria – Brooklyn Bridge Park and vicinity. … Full Article

New Park Slope art exhibit explores income inequality

An art exhibit examining income inequality called "In Search of One City: Sensing (in)equality" kicked off at the Old Stone House in Park Slope on Thursday. … Full Article

Drone peers into Brooklyn Heights hi-rises on Thursday

Office workers and Brooklyn Heights residents were shocked on Thursday to look out of their high-rise windows only to see a drone peering in at them. … Full Article

Department of Probation hosts Youth Anti-Violence summit at Borough Hall

Students from around Brooklyn gathered at Borough Hall on Wednesday as the New York City Department of Probation (DOP) hosted a daylong conference called “One Message Many Voices #BeAboutIt, Youth Anti-Violence Summit” to discuss ways to reduce gun violence among the young people in Brookly … Full Article

Green-Wood volunteers restore monument for 117-year-old mother of 22

A group of young volunteers visited Green-Wood Cemetery on Wednesday to restore and archive a monument to a 117-year-old mother of 22 children who died in 1854. … Full Article

Here’s how Joe Lentol helps get movies made in NYC

If Assemblymember Joseph Lentol was a baseball player, then you would have to say that he hit a home run in his first at-bat in the major leagues. … Full Article


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