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Amidst an ongoing measles outbreak, city officials forced a Williamsburg Yeshiva to close after they repeatedly tried and failed to get access to the school’s immunization records, Health Department Commissioner  Read more

Park Slope: Kings County clean freaks busted out their brooms and hit the streets for Civic Sweep on Sunday, an annual Park Slope tradition that saw locals collect a “huge”  Read more

For much of the last two years, Brooklyn’s cyclist community has worked alongside the Department of Transportation on strategies to encourage bike commuting during the L train shutdown. That planning—which  Read more

A man left his vintage guitar on a sidewalk... and came back 15 minutes later to find it was gone. Now the police are looking for the suspect who took  Read more

Long before Amazon backpedaled on plans to plant a second headquarters in Queens, another rising real estate player hoped to land the trillion dollar corporation on its home turf. [  Read more

A Brooklyn public school teacher was arrested on Monday, and authorities say he was sexually abusing a student. [ more › ] Read more

Williamsburg: A presidential candidate spoke at a packed house at a fund-raising event at Brooklyn Bowl in Williamsburg Monday night. Read more. Read more

Brighton Beach: This store serves more than just fresh produce. Read more. Read more

One of the most memorable concert experiences of my life occurred in February 2009, when I saw Leonard Cohen for the first time at the Beacon Theatre. Back then, Cohen  Read more

The latest Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park Construction Update (bottom), covering the two weeks beginning Monday, April 15, was circulated at 2:02 pm yesterday (late) by Empire State Development (ESD) after preparation  Read more

A thief nabbed a vintage Fender guitar worth about $2,300 that was left on a Brooklyn street, cops said early Tuesday. The suspect grabbed the electric Stratocaster on Monday, March  Read more

Prospect Heights: One of the surviving refugees will speak tonight at the Brooklyn Public Library’s Central branch! Read more. Read more

At a recent meeting with Poplar Street residents, the city Department of Transportation’s representative, Tanvi Pandya, made it clear that DOT isn’t giving an inch in its desire to effectively  Read more

A hit-and-run driver struck a 16-year-old bicyclist in Brooklyn on Monday evening, cops said. The teen was hit at the intersection of Dahill Road and 37th Street in Borough Park  Read more

City Hall’s push for diversity has radically reshaped admissions offers at some of the city’s top middle schools, according to new Department of Education data. For the first time, Brooklyn’s  Read more

An unidentified person was struck and killed by an L train in Manhattan this evening, according to the MTA. The incident happened at the 1st Avenue L stop shortly before  Read more

The city’s Health Department on Monday shut down a Williamsburg child care program for repeatedly refusing to turn over medical and attendance records amid the ongoing measles outbreak. The extraordinary  Read more

Following a string of construction-related deaths last week, city and state officials on Monday said there’s a connection between construction tax fraud and worker fatalities. Several elected officials including New  Read more

First, signs went up around Williamsburg in synagogues and grocery stores and on street corners, advertising an international conference call with seven dial-in numbers on four different continents. [ more  Read more

DLJ Real Estate Capital Partners has purchased a Williamsburg loft property from the family of Norman Seidenfeld and Zelda Mehl for $41.25 million, according to property records. The firm is  Read more

Williamsburg: Five Williamsburg residents are fighting for the right to not vaccinate themselves and their children amid a growing measles outbreak in Brooklyn, filing suit against the Department of Health  Read more

Alternate side parking (street cleaning) regulations will be suspended from Thursday through Sunday, April 18th through 21st, for Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and

the first and second days of Passover.

All  Read more

Attorneys for parents of five unvaccinated children in Brooklyn have filed a lawsuit against the city’s Health Department, calling for a restraining order to stop a mandatory vaccination rule that  Read more

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