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Our readers weighed in on a recent uptick in complaints about local businesses’ allegedly illegal signs and more in this week’s Letters to the Editor. Comments (2)
This week we’ve got funny new notions, chimerical queens, disco dancing, and much more! Brooklyn is the place to be! Comment
The New York State Bar Association will honor Barbadian-born Justice Sylvia Hinds-Radix for her promotion of equality and diversity in the workplace. Comment
Scientifically speaking, it’s beautiful! Comment
Our dedicated team of Kings County connoisseurs predicts some of the biggest stories you’ll be reading about over the next 12 months. Comments (2)
An 11-year-old Canarsie boy died from an allergic reaction to the smell of cooked fish on New Year’s Day. Comment
The Right View
Our columnist argues that in the mayor’s ongoing quest to make New York the fairest big city in America, he has become one of the biggest enablers of drug addicts in Brooklyn and beyond. Comment
A driver fatally crashed into a cyclist on Jan. 1, after the bicycle rider collided with the open door of a taxi cab and hurtled into traffic on Third Avenue in Greenwood Heights. Comments (1)
Happy New Year!
Happy New Year!
Here’s to the start of another 365 days in Kings County, whether you are beginning them by plunging into the frigid waters off the shores of Coney Island like these fine folk, at brunch, or on your couch nursing your first hangover of the year. The staff at your beloved paper is taking the day off to gear up for what the next 12 months will bring, but will return to delivering the first of this year’s hyper-local news tomorrow. Until then, Happy New Year, and keep hustlin’, Brooklyn!
A woman crashed her sport-utility vehicle into a Georgetown home on Thursday, injuring one. Comment
The city must investigate a recent rash of complaints alleging that Bensonhurst business owners lack permits for their storefronts’ signage, according to local civic leaders, who said the uptick in such allegations already cost mom-and-pop shopkeepers thousands of dollars in fines. Comments (7)
An inferno that tore through a junk-filled apartment inside a Crown Heights housing complex on Wednesday injured eight people before firefighters stifled the flames. Comment