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Brooklyn Daily covers breaking news in Brooklyn, NY, with a focus on Southern Brooklyn neighborhoods including Bay Ridge, Marine Park, Sheepshead Bay, Mill Basin, Brighton Beach, Gerritsen Beach, & Coney Island.

If you are a lover of food & beer this event coming to Citi Field next weekend is a must attend!
05/12/2019
THE WORLD'S FARE 2019

If you are a lover of food & beer this event coming to Citi Field next weekend is a must attend!

EAT. DRINK. UNITE. Welcome, all people, all ages, all backgrounds, all New Yorkers and beyond! Join us in celebrating NYC’s diversity through cuisine at the 2nd Annual World’s Fare at Citi Field! We aim to honor the legacy of the 1964 World’s Fair by bringing everyone together around what make...

The Brooklyn Paper
05/02/2019
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Save the date!
Upstate grocery empire Wegmans will open their inaugural city store Oct. 27 in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, the company announced Wednesday.

The Brooklyn Paper
05/02/2019
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The People’s Playground is about to get a lot more fun!

The Brooklyn Paper
05/02/2019
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A developer offered to fund the construction of a more accessible subway station entrance to the R-train in #Gowanus in return for a larger building at a Department of City Planning meeting last week.

The Brooklyn Paper
05/02/2019
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#ICYMI: #Police put Willoughby Street on lockdown after online video game streamer Daniel Desmond Amofah, known online as Etika, allegedly threatened to kill himself in his apartment yesterday.

The Brooklyn Paper
03/21/2019
The Brooklyn Paper

The Brooklyn Paper

A #SunsetPark woman ran smack into a marriage proposal from her longtime beau on Sunday, as she crossed the finish line of a two-borough half-marathon that kicked off in Prospect Park.

The Brooklyn Paper
03/07/2019
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#ParkSlope residents and other passersby on March 5 laid mementos and offered silent prayers at a memorial near the Fifth Avenue intersection where a driver hit and killed two kids as they crossed the street one year ago to that day.

The Brooklyn Paper
03/04/2019
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Organizers of the borough’s eponymous St. Patrick’s Day parade this year will formally welcome local #LGBTQ marchers for the first time in the procession’s 44-year history.

The Brooklyn Paper
03/04/2019
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Firefighters rushed to put out a blaze on the #Brookyln–Queens Expressway on Monday, after a truck burst into flames on the highway near the #BrooklynHeights–#CarrollGardens border.
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New York City Fire Department (FDNY)

The Brooklyn Paper
03/04/2019
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The Brooklyn Paper

New York’s Bravest rushed to extinguish a #fire inside #Downtown’s Hoyt Street station on Monday, which sparked when equipment came in contact with metal debris on the tracks, according to officials.
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MTA New York City Transit
Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA)

The Brooklyn Paper
03/04/2019
The Brooklyn Paper

The Brooklyn Paper

Slopers are sobbing over the looming closure of yet another long-standing local business, Seventh Avenue retailer The Clay Pot, whose owner will shutter the business on March 10, just months after it celebrated its 50th anniversary.

The Brooklyn Paper
03/01/2019
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The #city will painstakingly restore two walls of the #Gowanus Station building after razing the rest of the ancient structure to erect a water-filtration facility on the site.

The Brooklyn Paper
02/28/2019
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The Brooklyn Paper

"The game of musical chairs among leadership of one powerful red party in local politics recently ended — just as a similar shuffle is reportedly beginning within another group of borough politicos," our columnist Bob Capano writes this week.

The Brooklyn Paper
02/27/2019
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The Brooklyn Paper

Jumaane D. Williams will be the city’s next Public Advocate, after claiming victory in Tuesday’s special election that featured a whopping 17 candidates battling for the office.

The Brooklyn Paper
02/18/2019
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The Brooklyn Paper

Authorities are investigating after some bigot hurled a brick through the window of a #Bushwick synagogue, just as families gathered inside to break bread during the Sabbath, according to #police and local religious leaders.

The Brooklyn Paper
02/16/2019
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The Brooklyn Paper

ICYMI: The city issued the owners of Kings Plaza a second violation in four months for illegally storing vehicles in the mall's garage, which an arsonist set on fire last September.

The Brooklyn Paper
02/08/2019
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#SunsetParkers joined local pols and bookworms at a ground-breaking ceremony to kick off the #redevelopment of their neighborhood’s library, which will reopen at twice its size inside a building that also boasts dozens of below-market-rate units when complete.
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Brooklyn Public Library
Carlos Menchaca

What’s that sound? It’s BPR!
02/07/2019
What’s that sound? It’s BPR!

What’s that sound? It’s BPR!

Your beloved podcast is back and better than ever, with a special episode featuring an exclusive interview with borough daughter, the Hon. Judge Judy Sheindlin.

Ready to roll: City taps engineer to begin environmental review of BQX trolley project
02/07/2019
Ready to roll: City taps engineer to begin environmental review of BQX trolley project

Ready to roll: City taps engineer to begin environmental review of BQX trolley project

The city on Wednesday tapped an engineering firm to study the environmental impacts that Mayor DeBlasio’s beloved Brooklyn–Queens trolley may have on the neighborhoods through which it would run, according to the leader of an advocacy group for the so-called Brooklyn Queens Connector.

The Brooklyn Paper
02/05/2019
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The Brooklyn Paper

The #city must address unanswered logistical and #environmental questions about its plan to create a #ferry stop in #ConeyIsland Creek, according to some locals, who blasted officials for failing to include solutions to such concerns in their formal location study before selecting the site.

The Brooklyn Paper
02/01/2019
The Brooklyn Paper

The Brooklyn Paper

A #ManhattanBeach man faces life in prison without parole for allegedly murdering three Asian employees of a #SheepsheadBay restaurant with a hammer, according to Brooklyn DA Eric Gonzalez, who on Friday announced he will prosecute the killings as a #hatecrime.

‘We feel unwelcome’: Poly Prep students of color accuse faculty of failing them in wake of white pupils’ blackface...
01/22/2019
‘We feel unwelcome’: Poly Prep students of color accuse faculty of failing them in wake of white pupils’ blackface video

‘We feel unwelcome’: Poly Prep students of color accuse faculty of failing them in wake of white pupils’ blackface video

Administrators at an elite Dyker Heights private school must show public support for its students of color and condemn racism on campus, a group of pupils demanded after an explosive video surfaced showing some of the academy’s white students imitating monkeys while in blackface.

The developers building two luxury towers on a vacant #JayStreet lot they bought years ago from the Jehovah’s Witnesse...
01/21/2019
Park and rise: New designs revealed for residential towers going up on old Dumbo parking lot

The developers building two luxury towers on a vacant #JayStreet lot they bought years ago from the Jehovah’s Witnesses revealed new renderings and a website for the high-rises.

The developers building two luxury towers on a vacant Jay Street lot they bought years ago from the Jehovah’s Witnesses revealed new renderings and a website for the high-rises, whose one-to-four-bedroom condos are expected to hit the market later this year, according to a rep.

They’re hungry for #hipsters!Bigwigs at South Pacific-themed grocer TraderJoes must open a third Kings County location...
01/18/2019
Jonesing for a Joe’s! Thousands sign petition demanding Trader Joe’s open in Coney Island

They’re hungry for #hipsters!
Bigwigs at South Pacific-themed grocer TraderJoes must open a third Kings County location in #ConeyIsland, according to thousands of locals who signed a petition claiming a local outpost would help make the neighborhood “Brooklyn’s next hipster enclave.”

Bigwigs at South Pacific-themed grocer Trader Joe’s must open a third Kings County location in Coney Island, according to thousands of locals who signed a petition claiming a local outpost would help make the neighborhood “Brooklyn’s next hipster enclave.”

Three cheers for #SheepsheadBay students who collected more than 2,700 pairs of socks to donate to local homeless famili...
01/18/2019
Sheepshead Bay kids collect more than 2,000 socks for families in need

Three cheers for #SheepsheadBay students who collected more than 2,700 pairs of socks to donate to local homeless families for their fourth annual sock drive.

Students at PS 255 and IS 234 collected the socks at their E. 17th Street learning house over the last several months.

Get ready for your weekly run down of crimes from the 60th, 61st, 62nd, and 72nd Precincts, on BrooklynDaily.com.
01/16/2019
Louts rob 18th Ave. bodega at gunpoint

Get ready for your weekly run down of crimes from the 60th, 61st, 62nd, and 72nd Precincts, on BrooklynDaily.com.

Get ready for your weekly run down of crimes from Bensonhurst’s 62nd Precinct.

The city rejected a developer’s controversial request to upzone a block of Surf Avenue in #ConeyIsland, citing this ne...
01/15/2019
City votes down developer’s request to upzone Surf Ave. block

The city rejected a developer’s controversial request to upzone a block of Surf Avenue in #ConeyIsland, citing this newspaper’s reporting that the builder would consider going against city code by revising the application to only upzone its own properties on the stretch.

The city rejected a developer’s controversial request to upzone a block of Surf Avenue in Coney Island, citing this newspaper’s reporting that the builder would consider going against city code by revising the application to only upzone its own properties on the stretch.

Green-Wood Cemetery leaders may be backing out of their promise to consult the community before installing a statue of a...
01/15/2019
Silence on statue sparks concern: Locals worry cemetery may go rogue after refusing meeting about controversial monument

Green-Wood Cemetery leaders may be backing out of their promise to consult the community before installing a statue of a polarizing doctor in the burial ground.

Green-Wood Cemetery leaders may be backing out of their promise to consult the community before installing a statue of a polarizing doctor in the burial ground, according to critics of the sculpture, who said a graveyard bigwig recently shot down their request for a sitdown about the fate of the mon...

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