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Red hot chili prisoner: Man convicted for scheme to import cocaine hidden in peppers through Red Hook port

Red Hook: He’s in hot water! Published Feb 14, 2019

Cold case: Feds investigating management of Sunset Park prison after week-long power outage

Sunset Park: The Feds will investigate how officials at a federal Sunset Park prison handled a week-long power outage, during which more than 1,600 inmates endured freezing temperatures and allegedly could not speak with their lawyers, leaders of the Department of Justice announced. Published Feb 7, 2019

Loud, but not clear: Gowanus rezoning meeting erupts into shouting match over lack of presentation

Gowanus: A long-awaited public meeting about the city’s proposal to rezone a massive chunk of Gowanus devolved into a shouting match, after its hundreds of attendees arrived to find that officials would not present their plan, but instead expected locals to passively learn the future of their neighborhood by staring at posters on the walls. Published Feb 8, 2019

Grass-roots plot: Slope green thumbs mobilizing youngsters to win budgeting vote for community tool shed

Park Slope: Talk about getting out the youth vote! Published Feb 8, 2019

Thief takes baby stroller from doorstep

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Published Feb 13, 2019

Inmate intervention: Feds in charge of Sunset Park prison sued for ‘inhumane’ conditions during week-long power outage

Sunset Park: Officials at a federal Sunset Park prison violated the constitutional rights of more than 1,600 incarcerated men by forcing the inmates to endure freezing temperatures, and barring them from speaking with their lawyers, during a week-long power outage, according to a new lawsuit. Published Feb 6, 2019

Burglar swipes electronics from Bond Street apartment

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Published Feb 6, 2019

Ready to roll: City taps engineer to begin environmental review of BQX trolley project

Red Hook: The city on Wednesday tapped an engineering firm to study the environmental impacts that Mayor DeBlasio’s beloved Brooklyn–Queens trolley may have on the neighborhoods through which it would run, according to the leader of an advocacy group for the so-called Brooklyn Queens Connector. Published Feb 6, 2019

Local biz owner mentors aspiring entrepreneurs

Standing O: Small-business owner Ryan Powers, who created an indoor miniature-golf course and escape room in Red Hook, gave tips to other aspiring moguls during an event at Dime Community Bank in Bensonhurst. Published Feb 8, 2019

It’s Gage on! Restaurateurs forge ahead with revival of Gage and Tollner after inking lease for historic space

Dining: The three restaurateurs who last year announced plans to revive Downtown’s venerable chop house Gage and Tollner plan to open their second-coming of the bistro this fall, after recently inking a lease on the historic dining room. Published Jan 24, 2019

Thief takes man’s art supplies from Baltic Street

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Published Jan 30, 2019

Thief takes kid’s iPhone from bench

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Published Jan 23, 2019

It’s a shore thing! City ferry service will add stop in Coney Island, mayor announces

Bay Ridge: Coney Island will receive a long sought after stop on the city’s ferry service as part of a new South Brooklyn express route to Manhattan, Mayor DeBlasio announced. Published Jan 11, 2019

Thief takes woman’s bike chained to lamppost

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Published Jan 16, 2019

Free spirits: Dime Best of Brooklyn fest adds whiskey samples

Dining: The beer and food (and whiskey!) festival happens this Saturday. Published Jan 24, 2019

Quick thief swipes woman’s purse

Park Slope: Plus all the other crime from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct blotter. Published Jan 9, 2019

Police: Man slugs taxi driver on Beard Street

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Published Jan 9, 2019

Nineteen big stories to watch in 2019

Photo Galleries: Our dedicated team of Kings County connoisseurs predicts some of the biggest stories you’ll be reading about over the next 12 months. Published Jan 3, 2019

Sneak takes woman’s purse from New Year’s party

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Published Jan 2, 2019

Sneak arrested for stealing checks

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

Wood-bye to all that: City’s tree-cycling Mulchfest event coming to 23 boro parks

Event: It’s time to say fir-well! Published Dec 27, 2018

Brooklyn’s biggest news stories of 2018

Photo Galleries: The time has come to close the books on another news-packed 365 days in Brooklyn. And what a year it was! Read on for a month-by-month list of headline-making moments that happened in the year of our Lord, two thousand and eighteen, in our year in review. Published Dec 28, 2018

Villain assaults cyclist

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Published Dec 19, 2018

Merchants: Market may stink, but our goods don’t!

Our readers weighed in on the district attorney’s investigation of the organizers of a much-hyped holiday market that some vendors called a scam — and more — in this week’s Letters to the Editor. Published Dec 23, 2018

Honky tonk holidays: Sweetback Sisters celebrate 10th annual singalong spectacular

Music: Call it the Jingle Bell House. Published Dec 10, 2018

Scooped out: Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory booted from long-time Bridge Park location to make way for Ample Hills

DUMBO: The owners of the beloved Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory in Brooklyn Bridge Park must close their store inside the historic fireboat station at Fulton Ferry Landing by the end of the year, after green-space stewards handed the keys to the property to the folks behind another borough scoop shop, Ample Hills Creamery. Published Dec 10, 2018

‘Escape’ artists: Pirate-themed mini-golf creators add mini-escape rooms

Event: Take a mini-escape! Published Dec 11, 2018
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On Brownstoner: The rise and fall of Red Hook’s Revere Sugar

Our pals at our sister website, Brownstoner, worked with a local real-estate firm on a deep dive into the history of one of Brooklyn’s most prolific Big Sugar companies, whose refinery complex still defines Red Hook’s waterfront long after workers vacated the buildings. Click to give it a read! Published Dec 11, 2018

City installing four crosswalks to enhance safety on stretch of Columbia Street in Red Hook

Red Hook: City transit officials are installing four crosswalks across Columbia Street in Red Hook that they said will help pedestrians safely navigate a 1,100-foot stretch of the road that currently bears no such markings. Published Nov 27, 2018

Two Brooklyn Dems set to take over House leadership roles

Party Line: Two Brooklyn pols are in the House — and about to control it! Published Nov 29, 2018

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