January 25, 2019 / Brooklyn news / Brooklyn Is Awesome is now incorporating!

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Brookynites now have one go-to website to get their daily dose of hyper-local news, with officially incorporating its sister website,

The new’s coverage incorporates the reporting of its eponymous newspaper, as well as stories published in print in the Bay News, Mill–Marine Courier, Park Slope Courier, Brooklyn Graphic, and Brooklyn Weekly.

The website creates a single destination for Brooklyn’s more than 2.7-million residents to get breaking news from both their neighborhood and across the borough, offering unparalleled coverage of what will soon be the country’s third largest city, according to’s editor-in-chief.

“Publishing our stories on a single website will not only make it easier for our readers to immerse themselves in the breadth of our neighborhood-by-neighborhood reporting, it will also provide even more context as to how what’s happening in one area may directly affect the lives of Brooklynites living nearby,” said Anthony Rotunno.

So bookmark now to keep up with our Kings County coverage, and don’t forget to follow @brooklynpaper on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, to ensure you never miss a story.

— Moses Jefferson

Updated 9:41 am, February 14, 2019
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Reasonable discourse

Ms. Me from Bay Ridge says:
Good. Maybe they can now afford to hire somebody to monitor the comments and block the pervert troll who haunts them -- unless he works for the paper, which I suspect.
Jan. 25, 5:45 pm
Ms. Me from Bay Ridge says:
Good! More readers = more Johns = happy Ms. Me from Bay Ridge!
Jan. 25, 5:57 pm
Andrew I. Porter from Brooklyn Heights says:
Honestly, I never heard of BrooklynDaily, so never went there. But as Mr. Rotunno can attest, I do read this site regularly, and send him news tidbits.
Jan. 26, 12:13 pm
Susan from Bay Ridge says:
Can you get rid of the horrible pop up ads?
Feb. 15, 12:54 am

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