The mayor announced Thursday that businesses using e-bikes will face fines beginning next year.
Archaeologists' findings cap years of speculation on what was buried below the surface.
Activists say the NYPD's gang database targets people of color and keeps people in jail with high bail.
Reform Party candidate Brian Cunningham is challenging City Councilmember Mathieu Eugene in Flatbush.
The suspect in the Gownaus attack lives in a homeless shelter on E. 30th St. in Manhattan, police said.
Police charged a man Friday in the death of Waldiman Thompson, the NYPD said.
See this story at BrooklynDaily.com.Brooklyn DailyCancer is a word no one wants to hear. Unfortunately, according to BreastCancer.org, around one in eight women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year, while the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation notes that one in nine Canadian women will receive the same news. A cancer diagnosis is more manageable when patients have knowledgeable and supportive medical teams on their side. Taking an active role in one’s care can help cancer patients feel more in control. One of the most important steps a person can take after receiving a cancer diagnosis is to find an oncologist…
Almost 2,000 guests packed the Hilton Midtown Hotel in anticipation of the 72nd Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner on Oct. 19.
See this story at BrooklynPaper.com.By Lauren GillBrooklyn PaperMayor DeBlasio had little patience for residents at his town hall in Brooklyn Heights on Wednesday night, repeatedly cutting off people taking more than 30 seconds to ask their questions, and then chastising city officials near the end of the night for not doing enough to move the session along. Hizzoner hosted the event — his 40th since taking office — to give residents an opportunity to ask questions and air their complaints. But he appeared to be weary of the affair from the outset, taking a crack a the first questioner after he spent a half-minute prefacing his inquiry about the city’…
Though retailers across the country are having a dismal time as Amazon increasingly lures shoppers online, Brooklyn's main retail corridors are still in demand, according to an analysis by the Real Estate Board of New York . Foot traffic is increasing in many parts of the borough thanks to new hotels, offices, and residential development, according to the report released this week, with retailers eyeing rapidly changing areas including Bushwick and Crown Heights.
Monday, Oct. 2 David Benenati was arrested at 70-22 71st Street for criminal mischief by Officer Campoverde. David Vittor was arrested at 64-02 Catalpa Avenue for assault by Detective Bazilio. Gabr…
Jason Lasry, 38, saw footage of himself in the news and surrendered to police, they said.
The center's programs would include tutoring, college prep, dance and sports.
The city wants Amazon to set up shop in Midtown West, LIC, Brooklyn Tech Triangle or Lower Manhattan.
First-time candidate Adem Bunkeddeko will challenge Rep. Yvette Clarke for her central Brooklyn seat.
Skeletons, spider webs and sinister-looking crows are taking over the city's stoops and fences.
The boy was hit at 3:30 p.m. at the corner of Linden Boulevard and Crescent Street, officials said.
See this story at BrooklynDaily.com.By Julianne McShaneBrooklyn DailyWhen it came to getting into character, these pooches didn’t play. Coney Islanders and 50 of their canines headed to Luna Park on Oct. 14 for the annual dog parade and costume contest as part of the park’s month-long Halloween Harvest festival. The event was a fun one, according to an attendee. “It was great, we had a great time,” said Lauren Bavaro, who attended the event for the first time with her two-year-old Chihuahua mix, Maple, who transformed from a pup to a pirate princess for the…
The trial of an NYPD officer charged with murdering an unarmed man in a road rage incident began jury selection on Thursday.
See this story at BrooklynPaper.com.By Colin MixsonBrooklyn PaperA six-story building that will replace the Key Food on Fifth Avenue in Park Slope will include space for a ground-floor supermarket, according to plans filed by developer Avery Hall Investments on Oct. 10. The two-buildings development will be separated by a public square, with the larger, 73-foot-tall structure at the corner of Baltic Street and a smaller, 45-unit building near Sterling Place atop the beloved supermarket’s parking lot. The larger structure will include 120 apartments according to filings with the Department of Buildings. The filing for the smaller building is still being processed by the city, according to a spokeswoman for the developer. The Baltic Street building will…
The young bull that led police on a thrilling chase through Brooklyn streets and into Prospect Park will enjoy an early retirement in New Jersey thanks to a plant-eating former truck driver who operates a massive animal sanctuary there. “He'll have a great life here,” said Mike Stura, owner of the 232-acre Skylands Animal Sanctuary in Wantage, New Jersey .
Panel discusses issues of race, class integration
Juan Maldonado, 57, faces up to 15 years in prison on manslaughter charges.
Amenities include a market, affordable housing, fitness center and storage for 154 bikes, filings show.