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Saturday, January 19, 2019

Hospital News: New Doctors, Rankings, Events

From new heads of departments to new clinics and reports, to volunteering opportunities and health fairs - check out what's been happening at Brooklyn hospitals. All information provided by the respective hospitals. The Brooklyn Hospital...

Have You Seen These Two Suspects In The Kingsborough Houses Homicide?

BED STUY - The NYPD needs help searching for two men involved in a homicide that occurred at Kingsborough Houses last weekend. To recap, on Sunday, January 13 at approximately 1:30 p.m., police discovered a 43-year-old...

Why We All Need To Be Educated About Holocaust

MANHATTAN - It was a packed room yesterday on the 16th floor of 250 Broadway when the Committee on Civil and Human Rights unanimously voted for a bill to officially recognize Holocaust Remembrance Day...

DCP Hosts ‘Next Steps In Planning For Gowanus’ Feb. 6

According to DCP, the agency is working to release the draft zoning proposal by the February 6 meeting. The event will be held in an open house format. GOWANUS - Save the date! The...

Shutdown Specials In Brooklyn

  BROOKLYN — DAY 26: As the U.S. government heads into the fourth week of a partial government shutdown, some Brooklyn businesses are chipping in with free services, movie tickets and extended food pantry hours. Massage Williamsburg, Massage Greenpoint...

Seaport Buffet Hammer Attack Leaves One Dead, Two Injured

SHEEPSHEAD BAY - The chef of Seaport Buffet restaurant died and two others, reported by the Daily News at the owner and manager, were injured after a man with a hammer started attacking yesterday...

Minority and Women Business Owners: Join Us for the Upcoming Brooklyn M/WBE Forum and...

By Gregg Bishop, Commissioner of the NYC Department of Small Business Services Under Mayor Bill de Blasio’s leadership, the City is committed to ensuring that New York City is the fairest big city in America...

Affordable Housing Lottery List: Pools and Views Edition

Surf Vets Place in Coney Island, 3003 West 21st Street. This project is phase one of a large development on the beach in Coney Island and offers 52 units to the general public. The Concern for...

Hundreds Rally Against DOT’s Plan To Turn Promenade Into 6-Lane Highway

BROOKLYN HEIGHTS - Several hundreds of people gathered on the beautiful Brooklyn Heights Promenade in the freezing cold to rally against the Department of Transportation's (DOT) plan to turn the historic Promenade into a...

Public Advocate’s Race: Who’s Endorsing Whom?

BROOKLYN - Today, Monday, Jan 14, is the last day for Public Advocate candidates to file the required 3,750 signatures which put their names on the ballot for the Feb. 26 special election. The vacant...

Pedestrian Killed Crossing The Street In Williamsburg

WILLIAMSBURG - A man was killed by a truck while crossing the street last Friday afternoon, January 11. At about 5 p.m. last week, a 46-year-old man was driving east on Maspeth Avenue in his...

Dirty, Brown Water From Your Faucet? Report it to 311!

FLATBUSH - Assemblywoman Rodneyse Bichotte, who has been speaking in support of tenants for years, is now advocating for clean water in her own apartment building, which contains 65 units. Last week, Bichotte, who represents...

Domino Park’s First Mulchfest + Coat Drive + Hot Chocolate

WILLIAMSBURG - This coming Saturday and Sunday, January 12th and 13th from 10 am to 2 pm, Domino Park (South 3rd @ Kent Ave.) is inviting all neighbors to bring their naked Christmas trees to the first...

National Grid Work In Bay Ridge – You May Smell Gas

BAY RIDGE — National Grid is in doing some work along 3rd Avenue Bay Ridge. You may smell gas. The gas company is working in the area of 3rd Avenue Between 74th and 80th Streets. Work...

Anti-Semitic Stickers In Greenpoint Surface With Numbers 14 and 88

GREENPOINT - A series of anti-Semitic messages written on United States Postal Service mailing labels were discovered posted around the neighborhood Sunday morning. According to Greenpointers.com, a couple discovered the labels on several lampposts along McGuinness...