Small business owners and their customers in Clinton Hill say the city’s decision to turn the curbside lanes on Fulton Street into bus-only lanes will wipe out parking and deliveries to dozens of s … Full Article

Brooklyn Today November 7: Interpreters at New York Polls Are Causing Controversy

Weather, Brooklyn (NWS): Day 52°, Night 44°, Partly Sunny, then 20 Percent Chance of Rain
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Tuesday November 7, Our World in Pictures

TEXAS – Makeshift Memorials: Kenneth and Irene Hernandez pay their respects as they visit a makeshift memorial with crosses placed near the scene of a shooting at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, Monday, in Sutherland Springs, Texas. … Full Article

Arguments in court continue, as Brooklyn Heights Association fights mayor & park on Pier 6 development

Oral arguments continued on Monday in the lawsuit brought by the Brooklyn Heights Association (BHA) against Brooklyn Bridge Park opposing two residential towers the park has begun to build on Pier 6. … Full Article

Sunset Park experiencing construction boom

Sunset Park is experiencing good times. And the neighborhood’s Asian-American community is in at the center of all the action. … Full Article

Car drives off 69th Street Pier in Bay Ridge

An eyewitness in Bay Ridge reported that a male driver in a black sedan drove off the 69th Street Pier at approximately 1:30 a.m. Monday morning. … Full Article

Monday November 6, Our World in Pictures

MANHATTAN — Crossing the Finish Line: Shalane Flanagan of the U.S. crosses the finish line first in the women's division of the New York City Marathon in New York on Sunday. … Full Article

Brooklyn Today November 6: NYC Board of Elections Incompetence Reaches Alarming Levels

Weather, Brooklyn (NWS): Day 71°, Night 52°, Patchy Fog then Showers Likely
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Stringer report: NYC Board of Elections incompetence reaches alarming levels

An audit released by New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer just days before Tuesday’s election shows “significant breakdowns” in poll operations by the city’s Board of Elections (BOE). Those breakdowns jeopardize New Yorkers’ right to vote, Stringer said in a statement Friday. … Full Article

Shabbos parking meters come to South Williamsburg, as promised

Shabbos observers in South Williamsburg can now park their cars overnight without worrying about parking tickets and towing. … Full Article

Friday November 3, Our World in Pictures

ARIZONA — Boy Paddles in Reservoir: In this Wednesday photo, Eddie Bistline paddles on the north reservoir at sunset in Colorado City. … Full Article


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