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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

Running unopposed: Incumbents set to return to office

Politics: These federal and state pols will almost certainly stay in office for another term, as they face no contests for their seats. Published Nov 5, 2018

Floating in place: Container terminal signs lease that will likely keep it in Hook for next decade

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 extends its lease on the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey–owned site for five years, and offers a second extension at the end of that term. Published Oct 23, 2018

Playing in the dirt: Locals celebrate boro’s bounty at Red Hook farm’s harvest fest

Red Hook: This festival was un-bee-lievable! Published Oct 23, 2018

Punk tries to steal woman’s keys

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Published Oct 24, 2018

Five things to do in Brooklyn this week!

Editor’s Picks: We’ve got Shakespearean sidekicks, manic monsters, Beastie Boys, and much more! Brooklyn is the place to be! Published Oct 26, 2018

Stables stuck in limbo: W’Terrace barn’s buyer must pay thousands in fines before he can renovate it, city says

Windsor Terrace: A plan to transform Windsor Terrace’s Kensington Stables into a swanky new riding facility is at a standstill until the Red Hook concrete tycoon who bought the dilapidated barn ponies up thousands in fines, a Department of Buildings spokesman said. Published Oct 17, 2018

Scoundrel smashes car window and takes owner’s bike

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Published Oct 17, 2018

Sneak swipes man’s backpack from his home

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Published Oct 10, 2018

Woman dies after passing out at Brooklyn Crab

Red Hook: A woman passed out at Red Hook’s Brooklyn Crab restaurant and later died on Friday. Published Oct 1, 2018

Rail cool: City unveils renderings for Hook’s first skate park

Red Hook: City parks bigwigs revealed plans for Red Hook’s inaugural skate park to civic gurus at a recent community-board meeting, where members agreed the tubular makeover of Harold Ickes Playground’s current blacktop ball field will be totally radical. Published Oct 1, 2018

Tunnel vision: Thousands run through Battery tube to honor fallen 9-11 responders

Red Hook: More than 30,000 do-gooders from around the world descended on Red Hook on Sunday for a 5k walk-run fund-raiser that honored those firefighters and other rescuers who lost their lives responding to the 9-11 attacks 17 years ago. Published Oct 1, 2018

Package thieves swipe several packages from apartment buildings

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Published Oct 3, 2018

Five things to do in Brooklyn this week!

Editor’s Picks: This week we’ve got waterfront wonders, ditties about Dungeons & Dragons, a film festival, and much more! Brooklyn is the place to be! Published Oct 5, 2018

Not your father’s middle school: MS 51 may see most-radical changes in plan to diversify Slope-area classrooms, expert says

Class Action: A plan to desegregate middle schools in Park Slope and its surrounding neighborhoods that city officials signed off on last week will most dramatically shake up the student body that fills coveted seats at Fifth Avenue’s MS 51, according to a local parent who blogs about education. Published Sep 25, 2018

Thief swipes binder full of collectable gaming cards from Court Street store

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Published Sep 26, 2018

Race is on: Several Bklyn pols floated to succeed James as Public Advocate

Party Line: Letitia “Tish” James is likely to become the state’s first black attorney general following her Democratic primary win last week, and a handful of local lawmakers are reportedly ready to step into her citywide watchdog role if she does. Published Sep 20, 2018

Them boys ain’t right: Dang-it Bobbys play jazzy tunes at Americana fest

Music: They’re jazzing up the folk festival. Published Sep 20, 2018

Art quake: Haitian exhibit shows art from ‘apocalyptic’ city

Art: The show is Port-au-Prince charming! Published Sep 24, 2018

It’s time to do your civic duty! But first, check out our primary-election guide.

Politics: Read on for our primer on today’s statewide primary elections before you hit the voting booth to cast your ballot. Published Sep 13, 2018

Thief takes off with man’s moped from Clinton Street parking spot

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Published Sep 12, 2018

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