The workers, ages 52 and 33, were shot inside the bodega about 8:40 a.m., police said.
He was walking down the street when a gunman opened fire on him, police said.
Letters: See this story at BrooklynDaily.com.Brooklyn DailyTo the editor, What the Department of Transportation is doing to disabled people who are in need of a disability parking permit is a disgrace. They are denying people who are permanently disabled that already have had these parking permits for many years. People with disabilities need these parking permits to visit their doctors, food shop, and various other important daily needs. They can not stand and wait for buses or walk up and down subway stairs. The DOT will send a disabled person forms to renew their application and by the time they receive them it’s not enough time before their permit expires. Even after the…
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See this story at BrooklynPaper.com.By Caroline SpivackBrooklyn PaperBrooklyn’s lone Republican Congressman Dan Donovan, in office for nearly two years, spoke to Bay Ridge’s hometown paper about some important issues in the Brooklyn slice of the 11th Congressional District — answering questions on President Trump’s American Health Care Act (it needs work), the recent Gravesend oil spill (information should have been made public about it), and why he prefers secret meetings to town hall meetings (there are fewer disruptions). Caroline Spivack: So what would a new-and-improved American Health Care Act need to have or not have to earn your vote? Dan Donovan: There are so many things. What the proposed …
A fast-moving fire killed five people, including three children, as flames surged through a New York City home on a sunny spring afternoon, leaving authorities to scour for clues about what sparked the deadly flames.
Three divorces and a break from the Nation of Islam: The fascinating life of pioneering NY judge found dead in the Hudson in 'suspicious circumstances' Extraordinary: Sheila Abdus-Salaam grew up in working-class Brooklyn but rose to become the first female black judge in NY's highest court The mysterious death of Sheila Abdus-Salaam, the pioneering judge who became the first black female to be appointed to New York state's highest court, this month, shocked the state. But the circumstances of
Monday, Apr. 10 Nicholas Paltoo was arrested at Woodbine Street and Fairview Avenue for aggravated unlicensed operator by Officer Oswald. Jeremy Ramos was arrested at Cooper Avenue and Metropolitan…
Four firefighters were treated for minor injuries Thursday evening, fire officials said.
The Wi-Fi enabled buses will eventually make up about 40 percent of the MTA's fleet.
The decision came hours before the project faced its first public review.
The ferry will connect Red Hook directly to Governors Island starting in June.
The burglar stole about $1,500 worth of tools and cleaning supplies on Tuesday, police said.
See this story at BrooklynDaily.com.By Caroline SpivackBrooklyn DailyIt’s the best of boat worlds! Students from two Southern Brooklyn neighborhoods named four vessels that will tread water this summer as part of the citywide ferry service. The city asked second-graders to come up with monikers for 13 of the boats, and Bay Ridge and Sunset Park tykes beat the competition for four coveted name slots that will add some Southern Brooklyn flare to the boats backsides, …
Olga Lipschitz learned the importance of administration from at a very early age.
Clinton Hill: Note: More media content is available for this story at BrooklynPaper.com.By Lauren GillBrooklyn PaperA new seven-story high school in Clinton Hill would help turn a tranquil neighborhood into a overcrowded mess by emboldening other builders to build big, argued a neighborhood leader at a hearing on Tuesday. “It would dramatically and unalterably change the nature and characteristics of our Clinton Hill community,” said David Moore, who is the president of the 15 Quincy Street Tenants Association. “It encourage dangerous precedent for mega buildings throughout our quiet Brooklyn neighborhood.” Leaders for Unity Preparatory Charter School are applying for zoning exemptions to build the 100-foot high …
Police say they’re investigating after a body was found dead inside a vehicle Saturday morning in Crown Heights.
Barry Manilow, left, and Clive Davis attend the world premiere of “Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives” at Radio City Music Hall during the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival on Wednesday, April 19 in New York. Davis, 85, said it was a dream come true to launch the film at Radio City Music Hall since he grew up in Brooklyn and didn't visit Manhattan until he was 13. Clive Davis celebrated his legacy with the debut of a documentary about his life, along with performances from artists he helped become icons, during the opening night of the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival.
Members of the 104th/Glendale Civilian Observation Patrol (GCOP) bid farewell to Deputy Inspector Mark Wachter and welcomed Captain John Mastronardi, who will now oversee the precinct. Every two ye…
The park will be open to the public in the summer of 2018, according to developers Two Trees.
MTA officials said they hooked up their own generator to restore trains but the Con Ed issue remains.
A 30-year-old man was arrested in the Crown Heights bust conducted by the NYPD.
Brooklyn Owl will have a magic mirror that talks to shoppers to congratulate them on becoming a unicorn.
Frank Racano pleaded guilty in January to stealing half a million dollars from the late Judge Phillips.