The man was shot on Division Avenue by a group of four people wearing red bandanas, police said.
The city is proposing eight miles of lanes from Bay Ridge to Boerum Hill.
Acting District Attorney Eric Gonzalez's office was not pursuing the case until after public outcry.
The city needs more time to resolve the lawsuit by opponents of the shelter, a judge said.
1,281 of 1,544 school buildings had water samples with elevated lead levels, figures show.
Green thumbs looking to kick their garden up a notch can pick up free compost this weekend.
See this story at BrooklynDaily.com.By Julianne CubaBrooklyn DailyMarine Parkers are mourning the loss of 8-year-old Kevin Reilly, who was killed on April 27 while playing outside of his Ryder Street home. The boy — who neighbors say attended PS 277 in Gerritsen Beach — was playing basketball outside of his home between Avenues U and V when he tried to climb up to the exterior window and a cement flower planter came crashing down, police said. Emergency responders found Reilly unconscious and unresponsive with trauma to…
A three-alarm fire thought to be fed by 150 cases of “Spare Fuel” for autos broke out in a garage in the Mapleton section of Borough Park on Friday
See this story at BrooklynPaper.com.By Lauren GillBrooklyn PaperThey’re playing their Trump card! Long-time polluters of the Gowanus Canal forced to pay for its clean-up by the Federal Government are using stall tactics to slow the project by up to eight years in hopes that President Trump’s wacky positions on the environment will eventually get them out of completing the job, activists said this week. A group of contaminators that includes National Grid and approximately two dozen others filed a timeline with the Feds in February that drags out work by tacking on unnecessary studies along with tests that have already been completed — the project’s manager …
More than 100 firefighters responded to a garage fire at 2062 61st St. in Bensonhurst.
Bob Saget is not the only comedian taping a standup special at Brooklyn's Music Hall of Williamsburg next week. Todd Barry will be bringing his dryly acerbic stylings to MHOW on May 4 with 7 PM and 9:30 PM tapings.
Died while battling a blaze in Ridgewood last week
The first half of the new bridge will open to traffic Thursday and will be lit up with a LED light show.
The city's private preschools worry they will lose students to the city's pre-K program for 3-year-olds.
The ice cream chain will offer free cones between 3 p.m. and 8 p.m.
A 14-year-old girl was arrested after the April 24 assault on Classon Avenue.
The city-subsidized service will launch with a route from the Rockaways and take over East River boats.
The 30-year-old man was shot in the knee around 1:17 p.m., police said.
Bay Ridge: Note: More media content is available for this story at BrooklynDaily.com.By Caroline SpivackBrooklyn DailyCome plant your idea in the heads of the Shore Road Park designers. The city will host a meeting tonight for locals to weigh in on the redesign of a dilapidated stretch of Shore Road Park. Volunteer group the Shore Road Parks Conservancy aims to give the green space a multi-million-dollar makeover with the city’s blessing. The session will give parkgoers a voice in the redesign, said a rep for the Parks Department. &#…
Settlement talks between the Brooklyn Heights Association (BHA) and the Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation over a controversial development project i
Fort Greene: Note: More media content is available for this story at BrooklynPaper.com.By Lauren GillBrooklyn PaperTalk about improving your grades! The city removed a curb and built a makeshift ramp near the Washington Park and DeKalb Avenue entrance to Fort Greene Park last week after locals demanded the Department of Transportation give folks who with difficulty getting around easy access to the greenspace, and it is already a big improvement over the previous situation, said one locals who have been pushing for a solution for years. “It’s better than…
The first span of a project to replace the Kosciuszko Bridge is complete.
The Brooklyn Heights Association will face off against Brooklyn Bridge Park, the state and developers in a June hearing after settlements talks over a controversial development at Pier 6 fell through this week. Rendering courtesy of ODA-RAL Development Services – Oliver's Realty Group Settlement talks between the Brooklyn Heights Association and the Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation over a controversial development project inside Brooklyn Bridge Park have fallen through.
The city’s chambers of commerce gathered together at Vaughn College last week to honor members of the Minority and Women-owned Businesses and Enterprises (MWBE) program. Each chamber commended two …