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City, construction unions strike deal to hire low-income workers, The Real Deal's Kathryn Brenzel reported yesterday, citing a (for now) under wraps "project labor agreement with the Building and Construction  Read more

City, construction unions strike deal to hire low-income workers, The Real Deal's Kathryn Brenzel reported yesterday, citing a (for now) under wraps "project labor agreement with the Building and Construction  Read more

The driver of a stolen vehicle fleeing from police in Brooklyn Thursday night slammed into an MTA bus — injuring nine of its passengers and the driver, authorities said. The  Read more

The driver of a stolen vehicle fleeing from police in Brooklyn Thursday night slammed into an MTA bus — injuring nine of its passengers and the driver, authorities said. The  Read more

As leasing activity resumed in the city and inventories swelled, the vacancy rate in Manhattan’s rental market hit an all-time high in July of 4.33 percent. It was the third  Read more

New York State health officials approved a license for an all-female Hasidic ambulance company to provide emergency medical service in orthodox Jewish section of Brooklyn. The application by members of  Read more

New York State health officials approved a license for an all-female Hasidic ambulance company to provide emergency medical service in orthodox Jewish section of Brooklyn. The application by members of  Read more

A livery cab driver charged with raping a 12-year-old girl in the backseat of his car allegedly threatened her with a gun and beat her unconscious during the vicious assault,  Read more

A livery cab driver charged with raping a 12-year-old girl in the backseat of his car allegedly threatened her with a gun and beat her unconscious during the vicious assault,  Read more

The body was spotted in the Buttermilk Channel tidal strait between Pier 12 and Governors Island just after 1:30 p.m. today, according to police. Read more

The body was spotted in the Buttermilk Channel tidal strait between Pier 12 and Governors Island just after 1:30 p.m. today, according to police. Read more

The suspects, 24-year-old Corey Smith and 36-year-old Elaine Carberry, were each charged with conspiracy to commit arson and arson for allegedly torching the homeless outreach van. Read more

The suspects, 24-year-old Corey Smith and 36-year-old Elaine Carberry, were each charged with conspiracy to commit arson and arson for allegedly torching the homeless outreach van. Read more

Ten gun-packing ex-cons were hit with federal firearm charges in Brooklyn in just the past week — including several who were arrested for the gun crimes after being stopped for  Read more

Ten gun-packing ex-cons were hit with federal firearm charges in Brooklyn in just the past week — including several who were arrested for the gun crimes after being stopped for  Read more

Typically, such opposition would mean the powerful Industry City developers would have little recourse, because the City Council almost always defers to the local lawmaker on land use votes. Not  Read more

Typically, such opposition would mean the powerful Industry City developers would have little recourse, because the City Council almost always defers to the local lawmaker on land use votes. Not  Read more

A 29-year-old man was gunned down as he sat in his car in Brooklyn early Thursday — one of at least four people shot overnight amid a recent citywide spate  Read more

A 29-year-old man was gunned down as he sat in his car in Brooklyn early Thursday — one of at least four people shot overnight amid a recent citywide spate  Read more

Steiner Studios, a film and television company with operations in Brooklyn Navy Yard, is planning a major expansion. Steiner has signed a pre-development deal to build a new studio at  Read more

Steiner Studios, a film and television company with operations in Brooklyn Navy Yard, is planning a major expansion. Steiner has signed a pre-development deal to build a new studio at  Read more

After one month, the "bubble" at Disney World in Orlando is working, pretty much, with no positive COVID-19 tests and high TV ratings for the truncated season and partial roster  Read more

After one month, the "bubble" at Disney World in Orlando is working, pretty much, with no positive COVID-19 tests and high TV ratings for the truncated season and partial roster  Read more

#Awesome, #Our Planet Read more

#Awesome, #Our Planet Read more

The suburban market is booming and Brooklyn is hot. Read more

The suburban market is booming and Brooklyn is hot. Read more

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