In response to complaints from Midwood residents about traffic problems around Friends Field, the city’s Department of Transportation (DOT) has erected signs around the popular recreation spo … Full Article

Still no answers in Newtown Creek black goo mystery

Some things in life are better left unknown, but this is not one of them. … Full Article

Brooklyn pol ‘traumatized’ by fatal Brownsville shooting vows anti-violence push in Albany

Witnessing the cold-blooded fatal shooting of a man is something Brooklyn State Sen. Jesse Hamilton won’t soon forget — and something he plans to share with his colleagues in Albany very soon. … Full Article

Cruz takes helm at Community Board 10

The Community Board 10 meeting this week marked the official debut of the new chairperson, Doris Cruz, who took the oath of office from Councilmember Vincent Gentile and immediately issued a call for unity on the board and in the neighborhoods the board represents. … Full Article

Construction begins on 19 new citywide ferries

Construction has begun on 19 new ferries that will carry passengers in New York City’s first citywide ferry system, the city and the ferry operator announced late Wednesday. … Full Article

City moving in to address Bay Ridge homeless issue, Gentile says

The de Blasio Administration is taking steps to address a homeless problem in Bay Ridge, according to Councilmember Vincent Gentile, who said an advocacy group that works with the Department of Homeless Services has visited Leif Ericson Park to help people living in encampments find places  … Full Article

Bay Ridge locals fear homelessness in the neighborhood is getting worse

Homelessness — not a serious concern in Bay Ridge in past years — is starting to become one, say residents and local leaders. … Full Article

Dr. Lamuel Stanislaus is remembered as a giant here and in the Caribbean

Respected dentist. Honored diplomat. Founding father. … Full Article

Third Avenue is now ‘Ragamuffin Way’

New York City officially recognized the generational importance of one of Bay Ridge’s long-standing traditions when it named a street corner in tribute to the Ragamuffin Parade, a march for children that marks its 50th anniversary this year. … Full Article

Brooklyn Eagle gives VIPs a peek at Government Guide

VIPs from all levels of government got a sneak peek at the Brooklyn Daily Eagle’s soon-to-be published Legislative Guide at a special breakfast event hosted by publisher Dozier Hasty at the BRIC Arts Media House on Fulton Street Friday morning. … Full Article


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