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“I waited for many years to do this,” Sean Lennon, an an ironworker from Queens, told The Post. Read more

Our ever alert and helpful friends at Brooklyn Community Board 2 have notified us that, effective now, Willow Street between Middagh and Pierrepont streets (practically its entire length) has been  Read more

Toby Cecchini, co-owner of Long Island Bar at the corner of Henry and Atlantic, penned a despairing op-ed in The New York Times, pondering the future of New York City’s  Read more

Many of us were startled on Friday afternoon by the prolonged noise of low-flying helicopters, and I learned this morning on NY1 that the cause of the surveillance was a  Read more

Edward Tully, a 54-year-old real estate agent in Park Slope, has seen business hit hard by the pandemic. However, the father of two teenagers discovered an unexpected upside: time with  Read more

Joana Silva, 39, co-owns La Bicyclette Bakery in Williamsburg and lives in StuyTown, in Manhattan, with her partner and 3-month-old daughter. In typical New York fashion, we all live one  Read more

The acting principal of a Brooklyn high school was secretly recorded saying that too many students — up to 71 percent — were failing remote classes, and that teachers should  Read more

One man was killed and another hurt after gunfire erupted in Brooklyn, police said. Cops responding to a 911 call of a man shot in front of 656 Bradford St.  Read more

“It's very difficult to keep people off the sand and out of the water, and the mayor's people know that, and the parks department knows that,” said councilman Eric Ulrich.  Read more

All locations were temporarily shut down in March because of the pandemic, but now you can get some of the city's best doughnuts at the LES original, in Downtown Brooklyn,  Read more

Given the increasing likelihood that major league sports will return in fan-less venues, played for the cameras and the television audience, the question arises: how well can it work.In the  Read more

Pastors of city neighborhood churches hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic reacted cautiously to President Trump’s call Friday to reopen houses of worship. Pastor Adolphus Lacey of Bethany Baptist Church  Read more

A roughly $21 million Brooklyn field hospital authorized by the de Blasio administration at the height of the coronavirus pandemic opened and closed without ever seeing one patient, according to  Read more

The 7 o'clock cheer becomes a dance party in Brooklyn. [ more › ] Read more

“A despondent male has scaled the Brooklyn Bridge and is threatening to jump. #ESU is actively gearing up to rescue the male. #Aviation & #Harbor are providing aerial surveillance and  Read more

Determined to avoid the divisive controversies that plague neighborhood rezonings, Brad Lander has spent years trying to build consensus for what Gowanus should become. Mayor Bill de Blasio, who preceded  Read more

Bonjour mes amis, and welcome to yet another week of this exceptionally strange life we all live now, this time with new and improved weather and a flatter curve. Over  Read more

ESPN reports today on shifting attitudes from those running the universe of pro sports:  "To months in, the landscape has shifted, from fear of one positive test shutting down a  Read more

Rob Perris, District Manager for Brooklyn Community Board 2, which includes Brooklyn Heights. has advised us that Census Tract 3.01, which is bordered by Pineapple Street on the north, Hicks  Read more

From Friday, May 22nd, at 9:45 p.m. through Tuesday, May 26th, at 1:00 a.m., due to the signal modernization project,

F trains will not run between Church Avenue and Coney Island-Stillwell  Read more

Last week, the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce had some good news to share about the federal small business aid known as the Paycheck Protection Program. A majority of Brooklyn businesses  Read more

In 2018 and 2019 (at least), Samsung held Unpacked events at the Barclays Center, unveiling the Galaxy Note.Such private events for corporate launches have proved lucrative for the arena, but  Read more

A woman who allegedly punched an NYPD cop was busted for identity theft in New Jersey. Chelsea Colson, of New York, was nabbed on Monday after she tried to flee  Read more

A park grows in Brooklyn! The city’s Landmarks Preservation Commission signed off this week on plans to link the Brooklyn Bridge’s two waterfront parks together with a new plaza and  Read more

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