GERMANY – Time for a Change: Workers replace an election poster of the Christian Democrats with a photo of German chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin, Monday after Sunday's parliame … Full Article

Oakland Raiders give tickets, signed football to family of Flatbush dad murdered over stolen hat

The Oakland Raiders on Sunday graciously gave free game tickets to the family of a Brooklyn father who was murdered in Flatbush on Aug. 3 over his son’s stolen hat. … Full Article

Seniors’ outcry leads to polling site fix in Brooklyn Heights

Seniors residing at 10 Clinton Street in Brooklyn Heights were ecstatic to learn late Wednesday that BOE approved a room in their own building as a polling site for the November election. … Full Article

‘Most Extensive Security Ever’ promised for West Indian Day Parades

Mayor Bill de Blasio and Police Commissioner Bill Bratton announced tough new security plans for this year’s J’Ouvert and West Indian-American Day Carnival parades, to deter a repeat of the fatal violence that marred J’Ouvert in 2015. … Full Article

New-York Historical Society to explore Battle of Brooklyn

This fall, to commemorate the 240th anniversary of the largest single battle of the American Revolution, the New-York Historical Society will present “The Battle of Brooklyn,” on view from Sept. 23, 2016 to Jan. 8, 2017. … Full Article

Williamsburg man serves on missile cruiser

Brooklyn is making its presence known aboard the USS Anzio, a guided missile cruiser operating out of Norfolk, Virginia. … Full Article

Voting booth changes anger Brooklyn Heights residents

“The Board of Elections goofed,” said Toba Potosky, president of Cadman Towers in Brooklyn Heights. “They goofed two times.” … Full Article

Gun buyback takes 59 guns off Brooklyn streets

"Money for guns, no questions asked," was the message at the Brooklyn Gun Buyback this past Saturday at Clarendon Road Church in Flatbush. … Full Article

History comes alive at Green-Wood

Green-Wood Cemetery hosted an entire day’s worth of activities this past Sunday honoring the heroes of the Battle of Brooklyn on the 240th anniversary of the historic confrontation between American and British troops. … Full Article

Prison Ship Martyrs remembered by Society of Old Brooklynites

Members of the Society of Old Brooklynites, along with members from the Fort Greene chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, hosted the 108th annual rededication ceremony of the Revolutionary War Prison Ship Martyrs Monument in Fort Greene Park on Saturday. … Full Article


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