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Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2016

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Ragin’ Cajun! Guy robs fried-chicken joint with broomstick

He flew off the handle and threatened to batter an employee. Comment

City has been ‘cold calling’ around Sunset Park to find school-development sites

A, B, C — always be constructing. Comments (1)

Delay of game! Locals demand city re-open permit-only ball field to the public

If you lock it, they won’t come. Comment
Windsor Terrace

Islamophobic graffiti scrawled in subway station near Kensington

Hate has gone underground. Comments (3)

Seddio fires up the Christmas lights in Canarsie

It’s a beloved holiday tradition. Comment

Fairway on the way: New market to open in January

This market is almost ready for the check-out lane. Comment
Fort Greene

Knight writer: Orchestra plays a multitude of Whitman poems

They’re playing a song of one self! Comment
High School Sports

Three and out: Erasmus Hall falls in third-straight championship

It felt like deja vu — and it didn’t feel good. Comment
Clinton Hill

Holding on: Loughlin boys hoops escapes with slim win in opener

Bishop Loughlin hung on for a 95–87 victory over All Hallows in the team’s season-opener on Dec. 2, but the Lions weren’t pleased with their defensive effort down the stretch. Comment

Knight and day: Former Loughlin star aims to turn around Rutgers hoops

He was always a winner — until he came to Rutgers. Comment

Dominance from down under: Australian trio brings international flair to St. Francis

G’day, Brooklyn. Comment

Monday, Dec. 5, 2016


City won’t admit it put predator in shelter next to schools

The Department of Homeless Services repeatedly lied about its role, state records and local leaders indicate. Comment
Bay Ridge

Off-duty ‘hero’ cop wearing hijab threatened in Bay Ridge

A bigot allegedly told the decorated native New Yorker and her teenage son to “go back to your country.” Comments (8)
Brighton Beach

Overdue notice: Brighton Breach library’s reopening delayed

This library is way past its return date. Comment

Beloved holiday traditions


Sunset spark! Nabe lights up its holiday tree

It’s a beloved holiday tradition. Comment

Sleigh-ing the crowd: Reindeers fly into MetroTech for tree-lighting

It’s a beloved holiday tradition. Comment
Bay Ridge

Home fir the holidays: Christmas tree musical lights up Fort Hamilton

It’s kind of a sap-py story. Comment

Sunday, Dec. 4, 2016

The Newsstand

Courier Life’s Brooklyn papers are now online!

Courier Life is proud to present the latest print edition of Brooklyn Weekly, which can be found each Sunday in the New York Post. Check it out, along with our other local editions!

Get active after prez election

Readers say locals should find ways to volunteer — rather than bicker — in the wake of the recent presidential election. Comments (4)

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