Attorney: Tickets, no charges, in Fort Greene Snowden statue episode

A lawyer for the mystery artists who affixed a bust of Edward Snowden to Fort Greene Park’s war monument says they've been ticketed but not criminally charged. … Full Article

NYC to waive $30M public housing payment

Mayor Bill de Blasio is poised to announce that New York City will waive an annual $30 million payment it is owed from the city's public housing authority, and the move is shedding light on the precarious future of the aging development that is home to more people than the city of New Orleans. … Full Article

Stringer audit shows express buses habitually late

If you ride the X27 or X28 express buses from Brooklyn to Manhattan and feel like you wait a long time for your bus to arrive, City Comptroller Scott Stringer says you’re right. … Full Article

Tuesday May 5, Our World In Pictures

THE BRONX — President Obama Meets with Students: Students pose with President Barack Obama at the launch of My Brother's Keeper Alliance at Lehman College on Monday. … Full Article

Slain Brooklyn officers to be honored at NY memorial

ALBANY— Eight officers who died last year from line-of-duty injuries have been honored at the New York Police Memorial, along with 14 who died from illnesses related to recovery work at the World Trade Center destroyed by terrorists in 2001. … Full Article

Bensonhurst pols demand city halt trash plant construction

Two Bensonhurst lawmakers charged that the construction site of a new waterfront trash plant is rife with violations and demanded that the city halt the work immediately. … Full Article

FDNY's 150th Anniversary draws Brooklyn neighbors to local firehouses

Saturday’s FDNY open house “was an extremely successful event,” Capt. Lawrence Garda of Engine Co. 224 told the Brooklyn Eagle. “People were lining up 15 minutes before our scheduled time.” … Full Article

Monday May 4, Our World In Pictures

JAPAN — Aircraft Team Flies in Formation: The Breitling Wing Walking team celebrated its first flight in Japan by flying in formation with Japanese Red Bull Air Race Pilot Yoshihide Muroya, flying his Breitling Extra 300L aircraft over the Seto Inland Sea close to Hir … Full Article

Pro-Israel group asks judge to override New York bus ad ban

Lawyers for a pro-Israel organization whose advertisement containing the phrase "Hamas Killing Jews" prompted a transportation agency to reject all political ads for city buses asked a judge on Thursday to order their message be displayed anyway. … Full Article

FDNY holding free firehouse tours to celebrate 150 years

Red, orange and yellow banners are flying from hundreds of New York City Fire Department firehouses across the city to invite the public to help celebrate FDNY’s 150 years of service. … Full Article


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