Outraged by the horrific tragedy of the young Williamsburg family struck and killed by a hit-run driver, two City Council members are jointly offering a $5,000 reward for the fleeing motorist’s capture. … Full Article
In recognition of March being Women’s History Month, 33 extraordinary women will be honored for their accomplishments in their careers and their service to the communities in which they live and serve. … Full Article
Current Second Department Appellate Division Associate Justice Cheryl Chambers is in the running to fill a current vacancy on New York’s Court of Appeals. The open seat on the state’s highest court was left vacant due to the sudden … Full Article
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Police have identified a suspect being sought in the hit-and-run deaths of a pregnant woman and her husband whose baby died on Monday, a day after the Brooklyn car crash. … Full Article
The new president of the Lutheran Medical Center Auxiliary has only been a member of the organization for two years. But Margherita Clemento impressed her colleagues with her energy and drive and was elected to the top post after a relatively short time in the organization. … Full Article
Two Trees Management, which bought the former Domino Sugar Factory site in Williamsburg from Community Preservation Corp. (CPC) last fall, plans to add more green space, recreational facilities and an office building to CPC’s older plans for a residential development on the site.
“Baby, you can drive my car,” the old Beatles song goes. You just can’t park it in my garage! That’s what the owner of Brooklyn-based car sharing company said he was told by a garage owner in Downtown Brooklyn. … Full Article