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Prime Court Street property sold for $1.575M:

The CPEX Mixed-Use Investment Sales Team is proud to announce the sale of 546 Court Street. Located on the corner of Court and West 9th Streets, the property consists of two buildings on the same tax lot, both of which were delivered vacant. … Full Article

Justice Baynes holds conference in LICH case

The parties in the case against SUNY Downstate’s proposed plan to close Long Island College Hospital in Cobble Hill were again in the courtroom of Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Johnny Lee Baynes on Monday. … Full Article

To get Gov. Cuomo’s attention, LICH supporters plan ‘Black Tie’ rally at the Plaza

To capture the attention of Governor Andrew Cuomo, supporters of Long Island College Hospital (LICH) – located in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn -- plan a “Black Tie” rally to take place outside the Governor’s Spring Gala at the Plaza Hotel Tuesday evening (June 25) at 5:30 p.m. … Full Article

Judge warns SUNY: Special Administrator for LICH may be appointed

Saying that SUNY’s decision to reduce staff levels and bar ambulances from the emergency room at Long Island College Hospital (LICH) was a “clear violation” o … Full Article

Smoking driver on Manhattan Bridge leads to false alarm

At roughly 2:30 p.m. on Saturday FDNY divers rushed to the East River near the River Café restaurant in Brooklyn to rescue a potential jumper from the Manhattan Bridge. Rescuers anticipated the currents would carry the jumper south to that spot. … Full Article

Death penalty sentencing trial begins for Brooklyn defendant

The trial United States v. Ronell Wilson began Monday in the courtroom of Brooklyn Federal Judge Nicholas Garaufis. … Full Article

Famed Brooklyn writer returns with sizzling novel

Brooklyn writer Susan Choi, the Pulitzer Prize and PEN/Faulkner Award-nominated author of “A Person of Interest” and “American Woman”, returns this summer with a brilliant new novel, “My Education” (Viking; On-sale: July 8, 2013).  Choi will appear twice in Brookly … Full Article

Child-designed playground built by hundreds of volunteers in Bed-Stuy

On June 20, more than 4,000 children in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood received a great new place to play thanks to hundreds of volunteers.  … Full Article

Cops want crime watchers on 34 Bushwick blocks

As he washed his minivan before a Saturday shift as a delivery driver at a Bushwick pizza joint, Jermaine Bishop said crime remains a problem in his neighborhood. … Full Article

LICH patients diverted to other hospitals, protests grow

New York City politicians piled on SUNY Downstate as the state medical center barred ambulances from Long Island College’s (LICH) emergency room and emptied its critical care wards in spite of being ordered by the court to  … Full Article


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