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Brooklyn Heights–Downtown

Saturday, Sept. 22, 2007

Downtown faces drug woes

Downtown: Could drugs — and, more important, drug crime — be returning to Downtown? Comment.

Yours for just $12 million!

Downtown: A century-old Brooklyn Heights mansion that was once a communal home for monks and prostitutes — at different times, of course — could become a single family home again if the right buyer comes along. Comment.

Food delights in the Heights

Heights Lowdown: Our columnist delights in the tastes of fall. Comment.

Who’s your daddy? Los Papi’s will close to make room for more condos

DUMBO: Los Papi’s, the Spanish-American eatery that’s been dishing out rice and beans for nearly a quarter-century, will close to make way for a seven-story residential tower. Comments (1).

Coming soon to Cadman Plaza East?

Downtown: Are there new security gates going up near the Office of Emergency Management? Comment.

He got taken

Downtown: James Hurley receives a free health screening from nurse Louisa Murraine of Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center at Monday’s kickoff for Borough President Markowitz’s annual “Take Your Man to the Doctor” campaign. Comments (1).

Cops of the month receive kudos

Downtown: Sgt. James Glancy, Officer Carlos Peralta, Officer Washington Mosquera and Officer Francisco “Frank” Tejada are the cops of the month! Comment.