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Saturday, June 2, 2007

Wheely bad Slope crime

Park Slope: At least three cars were broken into, three motorcycles and two bicycles swiped, and one cabbie ripped off in unrelated vehicular incidents in Park Slope over the last two weeks. Comment

Tween bandits terrorize shoppers in P’Heights

Park Slope: A band of little girls is making a mockery of the gender’s reputation as “sugar, spice and everything nice” by terrorizing full-grown adults in Prospect Heights, sparking a police investigation into the attacks and raising concern among residents that the crimes might comprise a new and unnerving trend. Comments (1)

5th Ave facility moves forward

Park Slope: A controversial supportive housing facility proposed for Fifth Avenue moved forward last week when the City Planning Commission gave its approval for the five-story, 49-unit building at what is currently a municipal parking lot on 16th Street. Comment

Wet, hot Park Slope summer!

PS … I Love You: It’s summer in the Slope — and our columnist loves it. Comment
Park Slope: Environmentalists — some in hazmat suits, some in tank tops — protested outside of Target at the Atlantic Terminal Mall on May 24, decrying the discount chain’s refusal to phase out the sale of vinyl products, which are believed to release dangerous toxins into the environment. Comment

High-pitched coolant tank whine removed — again!

Park Slope: The mysterious high-pitched wail that irked residents near New York Methodist Hospital earlier this month reemerged last week — but only for some people, apparently. Comment
Park Slope: Green-Wood Cemetery did more than pay lip service to fallen veterans this Memorial Day, as its grounds were filled with the sights, sounds, and memories of the Civil War. Comment

P’Heights rocks for a cause

Park Slope: Hurricane Katrina hit almost two years ago, but the Big Easy is still hard up — and now two Prospect Heights women want to help. Comment

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