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Hundreds of concerned Brooklyn residents rallied on the Brooklyn Heights Promenade on Saturday to demand an alternative plan for the BQE rehabilitation project, specifically one that does not involve  Read more

With all of the picturesque venues popping up in the Catskill Mountains and Hudson Valley, it’s no surprise that brides and grooms are looking north to plan their nuptials. But  Read more

Last week included three days of relatively uneventful public hearings on the proposed Belmont Park arena (plus retail/entertainment/hotel) project, which could provide a new home for the New York Islanders  Read more

Changing Brooklyn: Buyers will need to drop stacks of cash to live above these stacks. Read more. Read more

Event: This smooth show has stood the test of time. Read more. Read more

Mean Streets: A drunk driver will spend at least four years in state prison after leaving his friend to die in a fiery, Greenwood Heights crash in 2017. Read more.  Read more

Brooklyn Councilman Jumaane Williams has been so busy running for other elective offices this past year that he’s missed a large swath of his meetings. Williams — who is considered  Read more

The shutdown is hitting government workers in New York so hard — they’ve been reduced to eating like college kids. Furloughed Williamsburg-based federal worker Keith Polite, 55, has been tightening  Read more

Brooklyn Heights Association Executive Director Peter Bray said the cold weather made him hope that 300 people would show up for yesterday’s rally on and for the Promenade, but by  Read more

A victim was critically injured when he was shot in the head by two masked men in Brooklyn on Sunday afternoon, police said. The 43-year-old man was shot between the  Read more

A young woman was raped and tied up by a stranger who broke into her East Village apartment, police said Sunday. The 20-year-old told police she spent her night at  Read more

Better Than the Powerball is the headline on the cover story for today's New York Times Real Estate section, subtitled "For New Yorkers looking for an affordable home, the odds of  Read more

Our readers weighed in on the opening of the borough’s first pot pharmacy and more in this week’s Letters to the Editor. Read more. Read more

A disturbed city school teacher is locked up in a Brooklyn jail for allegedly threatening to kill two federal judges, records show. Lucio Celli, 42, a teacher with the city  Read more

There’s more trouble for the Brooklyn detective who accuses his salty sergeant of shoving her panties in his mouth — now he’s had his badge and guns taken away by  Read more

The city’s plan to put a temporary, six-lane roadway on the Brooklyn Heights Promenade for six years while repairing a 1 1/2-mile stretch of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway below got  Read more

First it was a month, then two months, now.... three months.Seven middle-income "affordable housing" units at 535 Carlton in Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park now come with three free months as concession, but  Read more

Books: Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks for Jan. 12. Read more. Read more

A former NYPD sergeant who shot a Brooklyn man in the face after a dispute over a woman — then tried to plant knives on his victim — drunkenly raged  Read more

An FDNY firefighter driving home from a fellow fireman’s funeral was arrested for drunken driving after hitting a pedestrian in Brooklyn, police sources said. Matthew Wilson, 36, crashed into the  Read more

An angry mob of Brooklynites pounced on an NYPD Traffic Enforcement Agent when he tried to tow their friend’s car, then harassed and taunted him for doing his job, video  Read more

A Brooklyn sex toy company says the MTA is a major buzzkill because it banned vibrator ads while allowing ones for erectile dysfunction. Dame Products, which sells frisky treats in  Read more

The California police officer who was shot and killed Thursday night after responding to a three-car crash was ambushed by a bystander, according to a Columbia University graduate student who  Read more

The Trump Organization sold close to $35 million in real estate last year, thanks in large part to the sale of Starrett City, a federally subsidized housing complex in Brooklyn.  Read more

Cops are still on the hunt for the second teen involved in a Brooklyn gang assault against an 11-year-old girl that was posted to Snapchat, police said Friday. One of  Read more

Community Board 7 Public Meeting

Wednesday, January 16th, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

The regular monthly board meeting of Community Board 7 will be held on

Wednesday, January 16th, from 6:30 p.m. to  Read more

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