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Welcome to BrooklynDaily.com — the website of Brooklyn’s most powerful name in local news, Courier Life.

Starting today, you’ll find all the things you’re used to reading in your weekly, neighborhood Courier Life newspaper — including hyper-local news, entertainment, events, listings and classifieds — in one convenient place that’s easily accessible on your computer, smartphone or iPad.

Plus, BrooklynDaily.com will bring you more — instantly — including videos, photo slide shows, comments from fellow readers, and up-to-the-minute updates that will keep you coming back throughout the day.

So create a bookmark to BrooklynDaily.com today, and hook up with us on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube, so you can keep up with what’s going on in your hometown right now — 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

And, of course, we want you to tell us what you think about the site. See something you don’t like? Or something you love? Or something you can’t find and would like to? Drop editor Vince DiMiceli a line at vdimiceli@cnglocal.com, or give us a call at (718) 260-2500. Or, you can comment below!

We’re waiting to hear what you think!

Brooklyndaily.com — the internet for the rest of us!

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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