Discusses policing background, quality of life issues
They pulled the cyclist over and stole $60, police said.
Babeland has sold its four stores — including three New York City locations — to Good Vibrations.
The woman faces multiple charges including endangering the welfare of a child.
Pvt. Joseph C. Carbone, who served in the 2nd Marine Division, was killed in the Battle of Tarawa.
New legislation from Jesse Hamilton and Tremaine Wright would decriminalize turnstile-jumping.
Inside the borough’s latest move to honor two key figures who fought to uphold the institution of slavery.
See this story at BrooklynDaily.com.Brooklyn DailyBay Ridge street corners piled with refuse from overflowing bins are the latest garbage gripe in a nabe with more than its share of trashy tribulations. “It’s ridiculous, you see it on every corner,” said lifelong Ridge resident Michele Tvedt. “Four corners, four huge piles of garbage.” Community Board 10 gets up to a dozen complaints a week about overloaded street bins, according to the district manager, but she said part of the problem is people using trash cans a their own personal landfill, dumping…
It wasn’t all that long ago that the New York Cosmos’ season, let alone existence, was in jeopardy.
See this story at BrooklynPaper.com.By Lauren GillBrooklyn PaperArcade Fire is making their dreams come true! The rock band is performing a July 27 album release show at Park Slope’s Grand Prospect Hall — the ornate venue known for its slogan, “We make your dreams come true!” — fulfilling the wildest wishes of the space’s owners, who said they hope to give the musicians a night to remember in return. “They…
JANUARY 17: The Fox Network logo is displayed during the 2005 Television Critics Winter Press Tour at the Hilton Universal Hotel on January 17, 2005 in Universal City, California. Fox News host Kat Timpf was drenched with water in an apparent assault targeting the 28-year-old at a friend's campaign event in Brooklyn, N.Y. Monday evening.
The fire broke out in a building on Graham Avenue near Grand Street Monday afternoon.
The 12-story canal-side building with 270 high-end rentals includes a $9,000 per month 3-bedroom unit.
The NYC Real Estate Investment Cooperative will hear about potential projects at a meeting Tuesday.
StreetEasy is facing competition from upstarts and a new service from the Real Estate Board of New York.
Octavia Elliot, fatally stabbed Ramel Patterson early Sunday morning, the NYPD said.
People are outraged over a bar that used fake bullet holes to capitalize off of gun violence in Crown Heights.
See this story at BrooklynDaily.com.By Julianne CubaBrooklyn DailyCops are searching for a hit-and-run driver who struck and killed a Gravesend teen as he was skateboarding down Avenue T on Sunday afternoon. The driver of a white Bavarian Motor Works sports utility vehicle was turning onto W. 10th Street from Avenue T when he smashed into 18-year-old Alejandro Tello at about 3:15 pm and then fled the scene, police said. Emergency responders found Tello unconscious and unresponsive and transported him to Maimonides Hospital where doctors pronounced him dead, according to authorities. Police…
It’s part women’s club and part all-woman workspace.
See this story at BrooklynPaper.com.By Colin MixsonBrooklyn PaperThis critter is nuts! A squirrel bit five people near Prospect Park’s entrance at Parkside and Ocean avenues in a July 18–20 serial chomping spree, and the city is urging meadow patrons, human or otherwise, that may have been attacked by the potentially rabid animal to seek medical attention. “It has exhibited extremely unusual behavior and we are urging anyone who has been bitten by it, including any pets, to see a doctor or veterinarian,” said Health Department commissioner Mary Bassett. Those chomped on include a 7-year-old girl and an East Flatbush…
The “Hangover” star was talking about his challenging childhood in Brooklyn, New York during an ESPN “E:60” interview with old pal Jeremy Schapp when he let slip he had been the victim of a local predator who dragged him into a building and “molested” him. Tyson immediately tried to change the subject but Schapp persisted, revealing that in all their pre and post-fight chats over the years, the fighter had never opened up about the drama.
Irma Martinez was fired from her job for her pregnancy, according to a federal lawsuit.
Mayor Bill de Blasio rode the F train on Sunday for a press conference about the state of the MTA.
Rentlogic's new software lets house hunters see a building's rating regardless of what website they use.