Post-Superstorm Sandy rebuilding continues in Gerritsen Beach

I'll give ya shelter from the storm. Five years after Superstorm Sandy, rebuilding continues in Gerritsen Beach, a beloved Brooklyn neighborhood on a slim peninsula. … Full Article

Do you know the way to Shell Bank Canal?

Where is Brooklyn's other canal? These days, everybody in the known universe can point the way to the toxic yet trendy 1.8-mile-long Gowanus Canal. But what about Shell Bank Canal? Have you even heard of it? … Full Article

Accused NYC subway bomber expected to face federal charges

A would-be suicide bomber was held Tuesday on state terrorism charges while federal prosecutors prepared their own case in the rush hour blast in the heart of the New York City subway system that failed to cause the bloodshed he intended, officials said. … Full Article

Terrified teen testifies at friend’s murder trial

The best friend of a 16-year-old girl who was gunned down inside her East Flatbush apartment while babysitting her baby cousin, confronted trial questioning with silence and was reluctant to point out the alleged killer in Brooklyn Supreme Court on Monday. … Full Article

Frank Seddio’s dazzling light display draws thousands to Canarsie every year

As the choirs sang and the children cheered, the Seddio household’s iconic light show lit up Canarsie with holiday spirit. … Full Article

Love blooms in Brooklyn Democratic Party

Two rising young stars of Brooklyn politics are getting hitched. … Full Article

Sue Ann Partnow plays an overlooked role in Canarsie

In politics, there are often plenty of people looking to take credit for good deeds and ideas. However, in reality there are many people working behind the scenes that are never given their due, but play a vital role in coming up with and executing good ideas. … Full Article

East New York's Empire State Dairy wins landmark designation


The old Borden Dairy in East New York is Brooklyn's newest landmark. … Full Article

Alleged twin killers plead not guilty to killing roommate with hammer

Twin brothers from Mill Basin pleaded not guilty in Brooklyn Supreme Court on Thursday to various charges for allegedly killing their roommate with a hammer and ditching his body in Jamaica Bay, mob style with cinder blocks weighing him down. … Full Article

Brooklyn kids teach parents importance of voting

At the New American Academy Charter School, the kids are teaching their parents a few things.  Students at the Canarsie school are happily helping their guardians develop a variety of useful skills, like how to prepare a meal with healthy ingredients and how to register to vote.  … Full Article


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