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Legislators Call for Increased Film Shoot Reporting

Seeking to reconcile the economic benefits from local film shoots with quality of life issues raised by residents impacted by...

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Led by Maloney, House Dems Put Federal Paid Parental Leave Back on Table

Now that Federal employees are receiving the same childcare reprieves their counterparts from many other countries already enjoy, a group...

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CUFFH Brings Annual Three Kings Party to Northside Hot Spot Verboten

Williamsburg kids partying it up at the hottest nightclub in the neighborhood took on a new meaning this week when...

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Non-Profit Shoots to Promote Low-Income Filmmakers in Bushwick

After more than a decade searching for permanent space, the Fort Greene-based Brooklyn Young Filmmakers Center (BYFC) may finally...

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Bushwick Snow Day

As darkness fell over Bushwick Monday, bundled-up residents could be seen hurrying home with groceries, while shopkeepers did their best...

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High-End Make Up On Wheels Pulls Up in North Brooklyn

One of the nation’s fastest growing on-demand beauty service companies is expanding to New York City, with the organization making...

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Police Blotter: 90th Precinct

Wrong Direction

A 47-year-old man and his 25-year-old friend were attacked on their way home from the subway on the night...

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Last Minute Negotiations Put a Halt to Moore Street Evictions

Vendors at the Moore Street Market can rest a little bit easy for now.

After a Greenpoint Gazette investigation revealed that...

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Lack of Funds, Charter Schools Dominate CEC 14 Meeting

Local electeds received an earful Friday morning at the Community Education Council District 14’s (CEC14) annual legislative breakfast, organized to...

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Study Launched to Fix South Williamsburg’s Transportation Woes

A comprehensive transportation study is underway to resolve traffic woes in South Williamsburg, and in turn, address transportation and safety...

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Over 50 Local Schools and Community Organization Lined Up for SchoolFest

The largest one stop shop for navigating District 14 is making a return this year courtesy of Greenpoint / Williamsburg...

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Lentol Recommends Criminal Justice Reforms to Mend Bond Between Police and Public

With the opening of the 2015 state legislative session, Assemblyman Joe Lentol announced that he will reintroduce three bills to...

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End Broadway Triangle Segregation, Say Housing Activists

Over a dozen housing activists gathered on the steps of City Hall Thursday morning to protest what they say is...

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Police Blotter: 94th Precinct

Robbed in the Park

A 24-year-old man was attacked on the night of January 12 as he walked through McCarren Park.

An...

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Police Blotter: 90th Precinct

Scarf Scare

A 38-year-old woman was attacked by her ex-husband inside her Flushing Avenue apartment on the night of January 16.

The...

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