A fire at a Bushwick apartment building prompted more than 140 firefighters to respond Monday, leaving two hurt before the flames were extinguished.
Captain Peter Rose tweeted the apology from the 94th Precinct's Twitter account on Monday afternoon.
Taking their inspiration from the legacy of the Rev. Dr.
Police say a box truck struck and killed an 85-year-old man in a hit-and-run crash Monday afternoon in front of 584 Grand St., near the intersection with Lorimer Street.
Most were pretty shrimp-y, but a few stood head and shoulders above the snowy crowd.
Standing beneath a projection that declared “The Republican Plan Will Make America Sick Again!” U.S. Rep. Nydia Velazquez opened the Jan.
A massive manhunt was underway Monday in central Florida as authorities searched for a man accused of shooting and killing an Orlando police officer.
The fire started on the top floor of an Evergreen Avenue residential building.
Privacy-minded consumers could soon spur demand for camouflage clothing, not merely as a fashion statement, but as a matter of practicality.
A student was sent to the hospital after being involved in a fight on the Kingsborough Community College campus.
Captain Peter Rose said he wasn't "too concerned" about an uptick in acquaintance rapes.
The new food hall at the Navy Yard's Building 77 is slated to open by mid-2017.
New York’s largest cultural and traditional celebration of the Christian holiday of the Epiphany celebrated its 20th anniversary on Sunday wi
Brooklyn residents came out to the 20th annual Three Kings Day parade in Bushwick Sunday.
He was hit at Grand and Lorimer streets and pronounced dead at Bellevue Hospital, police said.
The city also wants to co-locate three additional renewal schools and cut grade levels off of two more.
Diners can get a break on three-course, prix fixe lunches and dinners this winter.
New York state will stand as an alternative to the policies and pronouncements of President-elect Donald Trump and show the nation that progressive achievements, racial and religious tolerance and investments in education and infrastructure can create a dynamic economy that works for all, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday.
See this story at BrooklynDaily.com.By Max JaegerBrooklyn DailyPolice are looking for a trio of toughs they believe beat and robbed several elderly Coney Islanders at the close of last year. The three cowards, who appear to be teenagers, have ambushed oldsters in five incidents since Nov. 30, mostly in and around public housing on the neighborhood’s west end. • The goons jumped a 61-year-old woman outside her apartment in a W. 33rd Street public housing building at 9:30 am on Nov. 30, according to officials…
Greetings, Brooklyn. Today is the ninth day of the year.
Jordan Goodman, a financial adviser from the Bronx, says most people are not making the right financial choices.
“Doctor, the patient just delivered, and she started bleeding, and I don't know what to do. Today's my first day.”
The site where Green-Wood Cemetery is building a visitors’ center is bigger than you think.
Parents, students and staff at P.S. 97 celebrated plans for a $100 million expansion of the Gravesend school. This is good news for students who were learning in temporary outdoor trailers due to overcrowding.