Good morning, Fort Greene and Clinton Hill.
Forecasters might expect today to be sunny and warm with temperatures in the mid 60s, but we’ll have to contend with a stiff northwest wind, according to the National Weather Service. With the weekend almost here, we wondered how you plan to enjoy the temperate spring weather, locals. Let us know in the comments.
Here’s more news to start your day:
- Four men suspected of beating a gay Fort Greene resident in December were arrested this week, according to the New York Daily News. The attack, which is being investigated as a bias assault, happened as 22-year-old
- The 2016 Democratic National Convention could be hosted at the Barclays Center, the Brooklyn Paper reported. The plan, hatched by Mayor Bill de Blasio’s office, is an obvious alternative to using the aging
- Get the financial literacy you need to manage your money, improve your credit history and more at a Pratt Area Community Council information session tonight. Presenters Charrisse Smith, a financial credit counselor, and Albert Hinds, a financial services professional will start the discussion from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Teen Challenge Center, 444 Clinton Avenue. For more information call (718) 398-0750.