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Cops responded to a 911 call for an unconscious child in a building on Prospect Park Avenue near 3rd Street in Park Slope just before 1 p.m., officials said. Read more

Cops responded to a 911 call for an unconscious child in a building on Prospect Park Avenue near 3rd Street in Park Slope just before 1 p.m., officials said. Read more

The NYPD wants to award another contract to a Brooklyn-based start-up it has already paid $2.9 million for a touchy-feely “Sentiment Meter” that some insiders say cops don’t use. Read more

The NYPD wants to award another contract to a Brooklyn-based start-up it has already paid $2.9 million for a touchy-feely “Sentiment Meter” that some insiders say cops don’t use. Read more

So, City Council next week is expected to pass a law requiring that affordable housing, funded with city assistance, include 15% of units for the homeless, at least for rental  Read more

So, City Council next week is expected to pass a law requiring that affordable housing, funded with city assistance, include 15% of units for the homeless, at least for rental  Read more

Winter Solstice Community Sing Along

Saturday, December 21st, 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Raise your voices in song on the first day of winter. Sing along with family, friends, and neighbors at  Read more

Just three months before Barnard College freshman Tessa Majors was murdered in Morningside Park, a Columbia University student was mugged at knifepoint by a trio of thugs in the exact  Read more

The Blackstone Group bought a shopping center anchored by BJ’s Wholesale Club in southeast Brooklyn for around $130 million. The private equity giant closed Wednesday on the 274,000-square-foot Canarsie Plaza,  Read more

The Blackstone Group bought a shopping center anchored by BJ’s Wholesale Club in southeast Brooklyn for around $130 million. The private equity giant closed Wednesday on the 274,000-square-foot Canarsie Plaza,  Read more

The settlement, confirmed on Friday by the city’s Law Department, was announced just one year after cops took Headley’s then 17-month-old child from her arms at a city Human Resources  Read more

 What's left of Donald Trump sculpture in the Gowanus this morning.Below, the before photos from October 20, 2019After an absence of several weeks, the floating Donald Trump sculpture in the  Read more

First Carroll Park conceptual design presented in September 2019It is perhaps not the most convenient time for anyone, but the New York Parks Department has scheduled a meeting to  Read more

It’s our weekly ranking of the city’s most important restaurants. Read more

It was hard to miss the near mass hysteria that overtook social media in October when the beloved upstate supermarket chain Wegmans opened its first New York City location at  Read more

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