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Tonight at sundown we marked the first of 8 nights of Hannukah. This festival of lights celebrates a miracle, a day’s supply of oil that lasted seven more. It is  Read more

The Down-Low is our round-up of stories in our neck of the woods as well as other curiosities all over Brooklyn. Nine-Year-Old Boy Hit By Train At East New York  Read more

GREENPOINT – The NYPD and Notify NYC have announced that a media production crew will simulate an “explosion and fireball effect” Tuesday night between 5:30pm and 9pm on West Street  Read more

SUNSET PARK – Police are looking for two burglars who broke into a Sunset Park supermarket at the corner of 5th Avenue and 49th Street last week. Around 8:00  Read more

BRIGHTON BEACH – Three teenagers were stabbed during a fight in front of Abraham Lincoln High School at 2800 Ocean Parkway this afternoon, police say. The NYPD responded to a  Read more

NYC Department of Transportation (DOT) will start implementing its plan to bring eight miles of protected bike lanes to 4th Avenue in the Spring of 2018, according to the latest  Read more

Join Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams and Prospect Park Alliance Ring in the New Year with Brooklyn’s Most Spectacular Fireworks Display. On December 31, Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams  Read more

Tonight is the first night of Hanukah and there are 12 days until Christmas. Whether you live in these areas or are looking for new local businesses to support  Read more

Entrepreneurs from across Brooklyn came together last night to compete for cash prizes at the Brooklyn Public Library’s PowerUP! Business Plan Competition. The $15,000 first prize went to Jared Moldonado,  Read more

SUNSET PARK – Katarina Martinez, the owner of Lineup Brewing in Industry City, recently received a cease and desist from Beyoncé’s lawyers ordering her to stop using the name “Bieryoncé”  Read more

Upstairs in City Councilmember Antonio Reynoso’s Union Avenue office, staffers sat with constituents, conversing in Spanish, helping them with the day to day concerns of their lives. From one of  Read more

BROOKLYN BRIDGE – Anyone who’s crossed the Brooklyn Bridge in recent years is well aware that despite the breathtaking views, the trip can be a frustrating and slow experience, with  Read more

KENSINGTON – Today morning, a man was carrying a pipe bomb in Manhattan. The bomb went off and four people were injured. As of 5 p.m, the suspect is alive  Read more

Councilmember Mark Treyger (D, 47th) has been busy making our schools better and more equal for the kids. Today, the council approved his anti-bullying bill Intro 1757-A requiring Department of  Read more

[UPDATED: Monday, December 11, 2017 at 3:30pm] Police and FBI swarmed the vicinity around 679 Ocean Parkway earlier today, where suspected subway bomber, Akayed Ullah, is believed to live. A  Read more

DYKER HEIGHTS – The woman who sparked a fatal fire in an apartment on 11th Avenue last month has been indicted for arson and murder, the Attorney General’s office announced.  Read more

The death of local outlets for journalism is no longer a news story—we watched for years, as outlets for reporting city and neighborhood stories dwindled across the country. There is  Read more

After this morning’s terror attack at the Port Authority terminal, both Mayor De Blasio and Governor Cuomo have responded to the events, addressing New Yorkers and updating them on the  Read more

BENSONHURST – Police are looking for the man who assaulted a woman on the D train in Bensonhurst last week. On Monday, November 6, around 12:30 pm, the suspect got  Read more

[UPDATED: Monday, December 11, 2017 at 12pm] – More information has come out regarding the hit-and-run incident that occurred in Prospect Park last Thursday morning. Michael Gitelis, an 18-year-old from  Read more

[UPDATED: Monday, December 11, 2017 at 11:25am] Following this morning’s investigation, authorities have announced that normal subway service has resumed on the 1,2,3,N,Q,R,W,7,B,C,L and M trains in both directions. Commuters  Read more

CONEY ISLAND – There’s a new program in Brooklyn helping men be better fathers—and challenging traditional notions of masculinity in the process. In September, Brooklyn Community Services launched their fatherhood  Read more

PARK SLOPE – “Helping straight white men look less fascist was the last thing I thought I’d be doing when I started cutting hair at a queer-owned salon in Park  Read more

[UPDATED: Monday, December 11, 2017 at 10:30am] Good news! Teddy, the dog lost in Prospect Park on November 30 while out for a walk with a Wag! dog-walker, was caught  Read more

Keep up with what’s going on in the neighborhood all week — follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, and sign up for our daily newsletter. And if you ever  Read more

BOERUM HILL – The NYPD is requesting the public’s assistance in identifying the man seen in the photo below in connection to a robbery late last month. Just before 1am  Read more

Well, winter is finally, truly, here. Tomorrow will see the first snow of the season, with 3-5 inches predicted to accumulate throughout the day, starting around 4:00 am and continuing  Read more

Thank you to the 441 readers who have become subscribers in the last 33 hours or renewed their subscriptions to make sure that we can keep providing you all with  Read more

CANARSIE – Acting Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez announced today that a 28-year-old man has been arraigned for allegedly killing his 70-year-old adoptive mother whom authorities found bound and strangled  Read more

PARK SLOPE – A new wine-focused, Italian-inspired restaurant will open its doors Saturday evening in the space formerly occupied for 14 years by neighborhood favorite, Franny’s. When Franny’s owner, Francine  Read more

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