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Two months ago, Department of Environmental Conservation inspectors paid a visit to a maraschino cherry factory in Red Hook to look into reports that it was dumping cherry-processing waste. Inside,  Read more

A dirt bike driver crashed into a car in East New York on Friday, then ran off as his 14-year-old passenger lay on the ground with severe head wounds, police  Read more

A dirt bike driver crashed into a car in East New York on Friday, then ran off as his 14-year-old passenger lay on the ground with severe head wounds, police  Read more

In Case You Missed It (ICYMI): Here are some of the big stories you may have missed this week. You can keep up with what’s going on in the neighborhood  Read more

In Case You Missed It (ICYMI): Here are some of the big stories you may have missed this week. You can keep up with what’s going on in the neighborhood  Read more

Below, a few AY-related excerpts from the Commercial Observer's latest edition of the Power 100. (The numbers in parentheses represent the individual's ranking last year.)30. Darcy Stacom and William M.  Read more

Chinese investors are the force behind Pacific Park, th […] Read more

Chinese investors are the force behind Pacific Park, th […] Read more

Lenore’s reasons not to worry, and her rally to get kids to walk home from the park — by themselves! Read more. Read more

In recent years, Bay Ridge, during the month of May, has both become a homecoming destination for Brooklyn Norwegians and a Scandinavian cultural tourism attraction.

The Norwegian Constitution Day (17th of  Read more

   “It’s been a long time,” Damon Albarn said as he emptied water bottle after water bottle upon the ecstatic crowd at Music Hall Of Williamsburg on Friday night. He  Read more

   “It’s been a long time,” Damon Albarn said as he emptied water bottle after water bottle upon the ecstatic crowd at Music Hall Of Williamsburg on Friday night. He  Read more

The Cinnamon Snail Truck (mostly) left this Earth at the end of February thanks to a permit expiration, sporadically reappearing to dole out delectable vegan sweets and sandwiches at events  Read more

After a busy week, here’s a chance to catch up on some of the news happening outside of our neighborhood! We’ve pulled together some of the most interesting recent stories  Read more

Los Angeles: “It’s like grown-up version of Williamsburg.” But also: “Los Angeles is really the wage-theft capital of the country.” Hmm.Read more... Read more

Los Angeles: “It’s like grown-up version of Williamsburg.” But also: “Los Angeles is really the wage-theft capital of the country.” Hmm.Read more... Read more

Doors will be open (rain or shine) from 9:30 AM until 3 PM on Saturdays, May 9 and June 6, for two Salvation Army Spring Flea Markets, fundraisers for the  Read more

Doors open at 6:30 PM on Friday evening, May 29 at the Onora Italian Ministry at Most Precious Blood school auditorium, at Bay 46th Street (between Bath and Harway) in  Read more

Doors open at 6:30 PM on Friday evening, May 29 at the Onora Italian Ministry at Most Precious Blood school auditorium, at Bay 46th Street (between Bath and Harway) in  Read more

There was an interesting aside in Bill Mahoney's report in Capital New York' yesterday, Real estate money fuels controversy in Assembly race, concerning the very contested race to succeed Karim  Read more

Brooklyn Nets sent this to their mailing listThey don't even make the back page of the tabloids, but the Brooklyn Nets--generally seen as overpaid and having mortgaged their future by  Read more

He owes her an epic Mother’s Day present. An accused Brooklyn killer whose 15-years-to-life sentence was tossed because his mom couldn’t get a seat for his jury selection did a...  Read more

He owes her an epic Mother’s Day present. An accused Brooklyn killer whose 15-years-to-life sentence was tossed because his mom couldn’t get a seat for his jury selection did a...  Read more

A construction worker in Brooklyn nearly sealed his own fate Friday, haphazardly digging a trench that caved in on him. The unidentified worker was digging the hole in a basement...  Read more

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Politics and government have been in Vincent Gentile's blood since he was in junior high school. Now a city councilman in Brooklyn, the then-eighth-grader ran for  Read more

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Read more. Read more

The Nets needs to win at Barclays tonight, which means the Nets needs Deron Williams on his game, says our avian NBA commentator. Read more. Read more

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