Traveling into Manhattan by subway from Brooklyn on Friday, the day after a New York doctor was diagnosed with Ebola, Dennis Johnson and his fiancee, Lian Robinson, were trying to be sensible about … Full Article

Dearly Departed? No, just moving

The Court Street Funeral Home plans to leave the building where it has operated since 1946 – but will relocate within Cobble Hill, owner Dominic Cusimano told the Brooklyn Eagle Tuesday. … Full Article

NYC coat drive seeking more donations

As New York City shivers through record cold, New York Cares says there's an urgent need for more coats for its annual coat drive. So far this winter, New Yorkers have donated 29,000 coats for needy New Yorkers. New York Cares says requests for coats have topped 100,000. … Full Article

5 things to know about widespread deep freeze

CHICAGO— Much of the country continued to grapple Tuesday with a historic freeze that shuttered schools and businesses at the start of the first full work week of 2014. … Full Article

Polar vortex to ‘wreak havoc’ in NYC Tuesday: Prepare for deep freeze, black ice

Warning of “bitter cold and wind,” wind chills of 15 below zero and wind gusts of 40 to 50 mph, the National Weather Service has issued a Wind Chill  … Full Article

Brooklyn Bridge Park begins construction on more parkland, bouldering wall, community space

Brooklyn Bridge Park is growing again. Work is starting this week on new parkland, a bouldering wall, an education center and more. The work will take about a year, according to park officials. … Full Article

Repairs on Brooklyn subway line suspended due to cold

A bitterly cold forecast is putting some subway repairs on ice. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced Monday that planned overnight work on the G line has been suspended on Monday and Tuesday. That way, people won't have to stand outside to wait for shuttle buses. … Full Article

Mayor De Blasio – and son Dante -- pass first ‘snow test’

Mayor Bill de Blasio grabbed a shovel – both figuratively and literally -- after winter storm Hercules dumped 6 –7 inches of snow on New York City, and many of the city’s residents gave him high marks in the first ‘test’ of his administration. … Full Article

Hercules packs a punch! Brooklyn digs out from snow storm

Southern Brooklyn did its best to get on with daily life during Winter Storm Hercules on Friday morning, but like their fellow citizens elsewhere in the borough, residents found that the snow, the heavy winds, and the sub-freezing temperatures disrupted their normal routines. … Full Article

Elderly man struck and killed on Seventh Ave.

A 75-year-old man was struck and killed in a freak accident Thursday morning in which a car that had slowed down to let him cross the street was rear-ended by a jeep, causing the auto to hit the elderly pedestrian, police said. … Full Article


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