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Monday, July 23, 2018

Downtown: A long-awaited project to build a vending-machine-style parking facility beneath a promised park on Willoughby Street Downtown is not on the rocks despite previous reports, according to its developer, who said his firm secured the cash it needs to break ground and may do so as early as this fall. Comment

Clean start: Developer reveals rehab of old Dumbo rehabilitation center’s building

Changing Brooklyn: The Brooklyn builder that wants to erect a controversial megadevelopment on the edge of Boerum Hill recently turned its attention to Dumbo, scooping up two neighboring Jay Street buildings in the area’s historic district that its bigwigs hope to transform into a single, live-work space for creative types, they told city preservationists last week. Comment

Clones take two from Lowell

The Ride: Our boys came from behind on Sunday to clinch game one in a doubleheader, and continued their dominance in game two, shutting out Lowell for back-to-back wins. Comment

She’s got pluck: Pop singer plays the harp

Music: She’s been harping on pop music. Comment

Wonton act: Fiend robs W’burg Chinese joint, threatens to shoot worker, cops say

Williamsburg: Police are hunting for a crook who stole cash out of the register at a Williamsburg Chinese restaurant after threatening to shoot an employee last month. Comment

Sunday, July 22, 2018

Rain-delayed game to be completed today at noon

The Ride: Last night’s game was called after three innings, and will be finished up today. Comment

Saturday, July 21, 2018

Booooooo! Clones fall to Spinners

The Ride: Our boys failed to hit when they had to. Comment

Friday, July 20, 2018

Safety fur-st! Locals receive lesson in animal CPR

Fuzzy Brooklyn: More than a dozen animal lovers learned how to give vital mouth-to-snout resuscitation to their furry friends at a Brooklyn Heights rescue’s first-aid seminar on Wednesday. Comments (2)
Bridge ‘Park’: A Tuesday meeting to discuss plans for some of Brooklyn Bridge Park’s last undeveloped land beneath its namesake span quickly devolved into back-and-forth bickering about dots, leading an exasperated member of the green space’s community-advisory group to question why some of her colleagues even bothered to show up. Comments (4)

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