With summer vacation in full swing, most kids are enjoying the thrills of camp, cooling off in the pool, or...MORE >>
Armed with paintbrushes, cans of paint, and a whole lot of enthusiasm, work kicked off in earnest on another new...MORE >>
With just a month left before schools goes back into session, a group of 19 teachers from Meserole Avenue’s P.S....MORE >>
Back in 2007, then-Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer conducted an online questionnaire survey on sexual harassment& on the Subway.
They came, they saw, they conquered, and for a little time, they even got to experience zero gravity.
Last week marked...MORE >>
A 26-year-old man was attacked by his cousin on the morning of July 31, according to police.
The victim was...MORE >>
A motorcycle was stolen from the backyard of Bushwick Court on July 14 around 8 p.m., according to police.
Seventy years ago, this week, between 20,000 and 50,000 Polish soldiers took to the streets of Warsaw to drive out...MORE >>
A North Brooklyn middle school is leading the citywide charge on energy efficiency.
John Ericsson Middle School 126, on Leonard Street,...MORE >>
One Williamsburg resident is giving back to his community by helping kids shoot some hoops while picking up some life...MORE >>
The neighborhood’s go-to spot for sketchbook art has an all-new online avatar.
The Sketchbook Project, which has a physical library...MORE >>
After a Queens Rabbi discovered that the grave of his relative, a Jewish World War II soldier, was marked with...MORE >>
This week, Assemblyman Joe Lentol announced passage of legislation to help prevent child abuse by improving reporting as well providing...MORE >>
A 31-year-old woman was robbed while entering her apartment on South 8th Street on the night of July 27.
North Brooklyn is on route to pioneer a solution to at least one of New York City’s trash problems.
And Waste...MORE >>
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