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State Sen. Brian Kavanagh: ‘Brooklyn will not be lost in the shuffle’

The Brooklyn waterfront’s new state Senator Brian Kavanagh wants residents of the 26th District Senate seat formerly held by Daniel Squadron to know that “Brooklyn will not be lost in the shuffle.” … Full Article
 

De Blasio coming to Windsor Terrace for town hall

Residents of Windsor Terrace and Sunset Park will get the chance to meet Mayor Bill de Blasio face to face and ask him anything they wish when he visits their area for a town hall this week. … Full Article
 

The Watchtower sign is gone from the Jehovah's Witnesses' old headquarters in Brooklyn Heights

It's the end of an era.

The red-lettered Watchtower sign, an icon of the Brooklyn waterfront for many decades, is gone. … Full Article
 

DOT to provide update on BQE reconstruction

The NYC Department of Transportation’s Division of Bridges will present an update on the upcoming Brooklyn-Queens Expressway rehab project at 5 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 11. … Full Article
 

Cobble Hill Association holds community forum with NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer

The Cobble Hill Association met with NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer, City Councilmember Brad Lander and state Assemblymember Jo Anne Simon at the Cobble Hill Health Center. On everyone’s mind at the Nov. … Full Article
 

Gillibrand calls on Franken to resign

In a sharply worded rebuke of a fellow lawmaker, U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-New York) called on Al Franken to resign after another woman came forward to charge the Minnesota senator of forcibly kissing her. … Full Article
 

The $5.85 million Greek-Revival rowhouse and other recently sold Boerum Hill homes

We've got nothing against laundromats. But if you own a house, wouldn't you rather have the property next door be a handsome new condo building? The red-brick rowhouse at 87 Nevins St. has had it both ways. … Full Article
 

A Neo-Classical newspaper-printing plant and other Boerum Hill eye candy

There's a monumental building that looks kinda like a Neo-Classical temple and has the New York Times' name inscribed on a doorsill — on Third Avenue in Boerum Hill, of all places. … Full Article
 

‘Downtown Brooklyn’ Apple Store visually stunning and already packed

Business was quite brisk Monday evening at Brooklyn’s latest Apple store, which cuts a dramatic triangular wedge into the sky at 123 Flatbush Ave. in Fort Greene, within the BAM Cultural District. The store opened on Saturday. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn L Train riders demand answers from MTA, DOT on upcoming shutdown

It’s been about a year since L Train commuters last heard from the MTA and the city’s Department of Transportation (DOT) about the coming 15-month service shutdown, scheduled to commence in April 2019. … Full Article
 

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