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Ft. Greene pre-school may be demolished to make way for new tower

Fort Greene: This school may be out for good. Published Nov 16, 2018

Teens turn themselves in for scrawling swastikas in Bklyn Heights

Brooklyn Heights: Two teens on Monday turned themselves in for scrawling swastikas and writing a racist slur on the exterior of several Brooklyn Heights buildings last week. Published Nov 5, 2018

Snap judgment: Editor picks amazing pics of Kings County for book

Books: She’s bringing Brooklyn to the world. Published Nov 6, 2018

Getting lit! Brooklyn librarians give a toast to writers

Books: They were three shhhhhhh-eets to the wind! Published Nov 6, 2018

Thief takes woman’s bike chained near her building

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Published Nov 7, 2018

Results roundup: Dems sweep hot Bklyn races

Politics: It was a big night for the blue party in Kings County, with New York City’s Democratic Public Advocate Letitia “Tish” James winning her race to become the state’s first black attorney general, and two Dem challengers knocking incumbent Republicans from their House and state Senate seats. Read on for our full general-election recap. Published Nov 6, 2018

Imposter! Red Hook rag spotted inside our box

Carroll Gardens: This Brooklyn paper wants to be the Brooklyn Paper! Published Nov 8, 2018

Reel conundrum: New signs ban fishing in toxic Gowanus, but some say they don’t do enough to discourage sport

Cleaning Our Waterways: New signs banning fishing will likely soon line the fetid Gowanus Canal after a group of Gowanusaurs on Tuesday voted to approve the placards following several months of debate over their language — which some locals said they still aren’t happy with. Published Oct 26, 2018

Pirate strips boat engine and battery

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Published Oct 31, 2018

More ballot battles: A nabe by nabe primer on general-election races

Politics: The incumbents in these races, all Democrats, enjoy relatively strong support in the borough, but they will nonetheless face challenges from hopefuls at the ballot box. Published Nov 5, 2018

Top results: The Brooklyn Wire

It is now official: Copy Cottage will remain open under new management and the transfer of ownership has been seamless. Though many in the community probably have already heard  Read more

Red Hook Point would seem to have it all. Plans for the Thor Equities Brooklyn office project call for trendy “heavy timber” construction and a waterfront location with views of  Read more

Carroll Gardens: This Brooklyn paper wants to be the Brooklyn Paper! Read more. Read more

Red Hook: The Red Hook Container Terminal will likely keep its waterfront home for the next decade, according to the shipping facility’s head honcho, who last week signed paperwork that  Read more

Looming behind the 2003 Atlantic Yards proposal--and ever more present as the project has moved fitfully forward--is the question of gentrification: would the project further it, or help fight it?  Read more

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