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Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018

Greenwood Heights

Dead of night: ‘Nightfall’ brings surprises to Green-Wood Cemetery

They’re taking a leap in the dark. Comment

Monday, Oct. 8, 2018

The Best Thing We Ate This Week

Donuts? Yes, do! Drafthouse now offers donuts for dessert

The food at Alamo Drafthouse Cinema is much better than it needs to be. Comment

Sunday, Oct. 7, 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! Read more…
Borough-wide

Overnight-time not right time to park trucks

I have been watching News12 Brooklyn. The segment on commercial vehicles parking overnight on residential streets was of particular interest. Comments (1)

Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018

Books

Weekend Reads: Booksellers give us their recommendations

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks for Oct. 6. Comment

Friday, Oct. 5, 2018

Their music will bring Marine Park together. Comment
Mill Basin

Dropping anchor: Knicks star docking yacht at Brooklyn marina

He makes a living at the World’s Most Famous Arena, but starting this season, Lance Thomas of the New York Knicks will be spending some leisure time at Brooklyn’s most famous marina. Comment

Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018

Hey, kids! Put on your thinking caps and get thee to this fun and competitive Spelling Bee, hosted by the Temple of Restoration’s Helping Hands Ministry on Oct. 6 from 6 pm to 8 pm. Comment
Park Slope ►Video

No words: Driver who killed kids in Slope, now free on bail, silent after latest court hearing

The driver who struck and killed two children in Park Slope in March returned to Supreme Court on Wednesday for a hearing she later walked out of as a free woman after making bail last month — but refused to answer questions while leaving the Jay Street courthouse. Comments (13)
Coney Island

Testing the waters: Coney Islanders demand city include nabe’s in ferry expansion study

They’ll fight for a ferry — come hell or high water. Comments (3)
They’re treading the cardboards! Comment

Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018

He got the governor’s seal of approval. Comments (3)
Transit

New B82 Select Bus Service launches

Transit

New B82 Select Bus Service launches

Southern Brooklyn may have a faster way across town. Comments (4)
Crime

Masked men pull guy into their car and rob him

Get ready for your weekly run-down of crimes from the 61st Precinct. Comment

Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2018

They went gold for their girl. Comment
Sheepshead Bay

Sheepshead Bay senior found dead in Jamaica Bay

A Sheepshead Bay man was found dead in the water of Jamaica Bay on Sept. 30. Comment
More than 30,000 do-gooders from around the world descended on Red Hook on Sunday for a 5k walk-run fund-raiser that honored those firefighters and other rescuers who lost their lives responding to the 9-11 attacks 17 years ago. Comment
Coney Island

Coney Islanders blast developers’ plan to oust residents from at least 28 units for new Surf Ave. project

Coney Islanders blasted plans for a Surf Avenue development that would displace residents of at least 28 apartments. Comments (3)
Midwood

Midwood man charged with defrauding investors with Ponzi scheme

A Midwood man was arraigned on Sept. 26 on charges of defrauding investors with a Ponzi scheme by allegedly soliciting more than $1.25 million from at least 14 customers despite being banned for life from commodities trading. Comment

Monday, Oct. 1, 2018

Borough-wide

Busted: Cops arrest upstate shooting suspect near Park Slope

Police have apprehended a man who was wanted for the attempted murder of several police officers upstate and an armed robbery in Bay Ridge. Comments (1)
Coney Island

Frontus wins Dem nod for Coney Assembly seat in primary upset

It’s officially an upset. Comment
Midwood

East Midwood man charged with throwing 4-year-old brother off roof

A man has been charged with second degree murder for allegedly throwing his 4-year-old brother off the roof of an East Midwood apartment block on Sept. 29. Comment
Party Line

Proxies prevail over party progressives

The twice-yearly Kings County Democratic County Committee meeting on Sept. 27 descended into chaos amid boos and shouts of “Shame!” when its chairman again pulled out handfuls of proxies from his back pocket to overrule the hundreds of rank-and-file members who packed the room — a tactic used all too often by the party machine to prevent much-needed reforms, especially during a time when democracy is being challenged across the country, according to one county committee member. Comments (1)
Red Hook

Woman dies after visit to Brooklyn Crab

Red Hook

Woman dies after visit to Brooklyn Crab

A woman passed out and later died after dining at Brooklyn Crab restaurant in Red Hook on Friday. Comments (4)
Kings Theatre brass transformed a little-used patio outside the famed venue into a vendor-stocked gathering place where ticket holders to select fall shows can grab a bite or a drink before and after the main event. Comment

Friday, Sept. 28, 2018

Flatlands

Arrest in Flatlands murder

Police have arrested a suspect in a Sept. 23 murder in Flatlands. Comment
Brighton Beach

Brighton Beach hero gets Beep’s “Heroes of the Month” award

He’s one of the borough’s true heroes! Comment
Coney Island

Getting Gaelic: Brooklynites fête Irish culture at Coney Island’s 37th-annual Great Irish Fair

Call it the luck of the Irish. Comment
Transit officials must keep their hands off Brooklyn Heights’s beloved Promenade and return to the drawing board with their plan for rerouting Brooklyn–Queens Expressway traffic during the looming repairs to its triple cantilever, hundreds of fired-up residents demanded at the first of several public meetings about the job on Thursday. Comments (2)
Bensonhurst

Bath Beach man struck and killed by driver just a block from his home

A driver struck and killed an 87-year-old Bath Beach man who was crossing the street just a block from his home on Sept. 27. Comment
Sheepshead Bay

Councilman announces kosher and halal school-lunch pilot program

Some students will be able to have halal and kosher school lunches soon. Comments (4)

Thursday, Sept. 27, 2018

Crime

East New York man charged with three-day hate-crime spree

An East New York man has been charged with terrorizing three people with anti-white hate crimes. Comments (1)
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