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Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Crime

Police search for man wanted in Sunset Park rape

The police are asking for the public’s help identifying a man who they believe raped a woman inside a 52nd Street building in Sunset Park on July 13. Comment
These drawings have been given a new platform! Comments (1)
Harbor Watch

Brooklyn native keeps Navy shipmates well fed

The Washington Irving High School graduate is serving as a culinary specialist. Comment
Development

City program offers homeowners free deck inspections with grace period for repairs

Department of Buildings leaders today kicked off a weeks-long program offering free, no-penalty inspections of homeowners’ decks, porches, and retaining walls in an effort to shore up any suspicious structures and avoid dangerous collapses. Comment

Monday, July 16, 2018

Crime

Five alleged Brooklyn Mafia men indicted on fraud charges

They kept it in the family. Comment
Dozens of Kings County jitterbugs cut a rug as a swing band played tunes outside of Brooklyn Public Library’s Central branch on Wednesday at the first of five boogies the book lender is hosting this season. Comment
Youngsters packed Kensington’s DiGilio Playground on Thursday after officials snipped a ribbon at the just-renovated fun zone following a 14-month-long makeover, it’s first in 20 years, according to the Department of Parks and Recreation. Comment
This band is old and new and something blues! Comment

Sunday, July 15, 2018

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! Comment
Rhymes with Crazy

How to win at soccer without really trying

Here’s a hint: Let the kids play by themselves! Comment
Borough-wide

Some say Golden’s image is tarnished

A mother whose son was killed by a reckless driver recently spent 24 hours protesting outside a Bay Ridge state senator’s local office because she claimed the pol backtracked on a personal promise to her that he’d push the passage of a bill to double the number of speed cameras citywide, which his Republican party blocked in the state Senate.. Amy Cohen, who stood vigil with other safe-street activists, claimed Sen. Marty Golden has the power to get the legislation passed before the city’s speed-camera program expires on July 25 — but is choosing not to. Our readers’ opinions varied widely on this hot-button issue: Comments (1)
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