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Police Blotters 94th Precinct

Woman Struck by Husband

A 37-year-old woman was the victim of domestic abuse at her Richardson Street apartment on March 30th,...

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Police Blotters 90th Precinct

Stalker Ex-Girlfriend

A 31-year-old woman received a rude awakening from her ex-girlfriend on the morning of April 5th inside her apartment...

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Free Passover Food Given to 2,000 North Brooklyn Jewish Families

Over 2,000 families made their way to the Brooklyn Navy Yard Sunday to receive food distributed by the United Jewish...

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Assemblyman Lentol Announces Collegiate Scholarships

Awards Geared Towards Italian-American Students

Assemblyman Joe Lentol announced this week that the New York Conference of Italian-American State Legislators is...

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Tanay Warerkar

Residents, Pols Address G-Train Summer Shutdown

Concerned North Brooklynites gathered at the Polish & Slavic Center on Java Street Thursday night for a Town Hall about...

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Tanay Warerkar

Council Calls for Stronger Domino Commitments at Hearing

The land use process for the Domino Sugar Factory redevelopment project made it to the City Council this week, marking...

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Tanay Warerkar

After 94 Years Manhattan Avenue Hardware Store Closing its Doors

The hammers, saws and drills will utter their last sounds at Goldsholle & Garfinkel Hardware this week – after 94...

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Courtesy Leah Archibald

Eighth Annual EWVIDCO Spring Mixer Next Week

Next Wednesday marks EWVIDCO’s 8th Annual Spring Mixer to be held at the Brooklyn Brewery – a chance for representatives...

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Courtesy Raul Fantauzzi

Handball, Hardship, and a Determined Comeback

Raul Fantauzzi mastered the art of Handball at an exceptional pace. Within just a few years of discovering the sport...

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Police Blotters 94th Precinct

Phone Snatchers

A 20-year-old man was robbed of his phone just after 9 p.m. on March 24th while walking along Jackson...

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Police Blotters 90th Precinct

Subway Phone Snatcher

A 39-year-old woman was robbed of her cell phone as she was boarding the J train on the...

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Courtesy Martin Needelman

Brooklyn’s Oldest Synagogue Celebrates Model Seder

Brooklyn’s oldest Orthodox and Williamsburg’s last non-Hasidic Orthodox Synagogue, Congregation Beth Jacob Ohev Shalom (CBJOS), will hold its first-ever...

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Voting on Funding for Local Projects Opens This Weekend

Voting is set to commence Sunday on a second year of participatory budgeting proposals for District 33 under the leadership...

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Local Pols Call Meeting to Discuss Looming G Train Shutdown

With a five week shutdown of the G train getting closer, local electeds led by State Senator Daniel Squadron, and...

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Tanay Warerkar

Fifth Annual Gala Keeps Arts Alive at P.S. 132

Facing a financial shortfall for its creative arts programs, P.S. 132 threw a party. On Monday, the celebrated Manhattan Avenue...

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