This Week In Brooklyn: Polar Bear Plunge, Freshman Senators, Dog-Delayed Subways & More

Carroll Street (near 7th Avenue), Park Slope (Photo: Pamela Wong/Bklyner)

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Coney Island: Brooklyn Borough President Takes The Polar Bear Plunge

Bay Ridge: More Bay Ridge Closings & A Retail Save

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Ditmas Park: An Extraordinary Neighbor: Nowshin Ali is 100% Present

Ditmas Park: “Little Pakistan” To Be Co-Named After Founder Of Pakistan

Greenpoint: New Multi-Lingual Signage at Greenpoint’s McGolrick Park Omits Polish

Greenpoint: Stop Work Order Halts Construction at Greenpoint Library

Williamsburg: Dog On Williamsburg Bridge Subway Tracks Delays Trains

Greenpoint: Developer Files for Nine Story Building on Toxic Lot Across from Greenpoint Superfund Site

Boerum Hill/Carroll Gardens/Park Slope/Red Hook: The History Of Brooklyn Libraries, Carnegie and Cardboard Models

Clinton Hill: MedRite Urgent Care Facility Opening Soon In Clinton Hill

Bushwick: EXCLUSIVE: State Senator Salazar’s Team And Agenda

Northern Brooklyn: The L Train Apocalypse Averted?

Dyker Heights: Have The Dyker Heights Lights Become A Christmas Nightmare? – OPINION

Sheepshead Bay: Sheepshead Bay Church Calls For Donations To Help Repairs

Park Slope: Farewell to Flo Leopoldi, Matriarch Of Leopoldi Hardware

Park Slope: EXCLUSIVE: Zellnor Myrie Is Getting Ready To Serve You, And Here’s What’s On His Agenda

Park Slope: Talde Brooklyn Closes As Top Chef Star’s Restaurant Group Dissolves

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