‘Criminal and unconscionable’: North Brooklynites slam six-month state park closure for Cuomo pet project

Members of North Brooklyn’s Community Board 1 lambasted State Parks honchos for closing Williamsburg’s Marsha P. Johnson State Park for six months to make way … Continue reading

Teen raises thousands to support Brooklyn homeless, frontline workers, small businesses

A teenager helped support frontline workers across Brooklyn while simultaneously supporting small businesses after launching a fundraiser that raised thousands of dollars.  John Ciafone, a … Continue reading

Hundreds protest Nicole Malliotakis’ objection to election results, call for resignation

Hundreds gathered outside a southern Brooklyn congresswoman’s office on Saturday to protest her objection to two states’ election results — arguing that the voter fraud … Continue reading

DA Gonzalez charges 19 alleged gang members for more than a dozen shootings in Bed-Stuy, C’Heights

Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez charged 19 alleged gang members in relation to more than a dozen shootings during the last two years, the borough’s … Continue reading

Brooklyn Dems elect Tremaine Wright as ceremonial party chair in closed-door meeting

Brooklyn Democratic Party leaders elected outgoing Bedford-Stuyvesant Assemblywoman Tremaine Wright as the new ceremonial party chair during a closed-door virtual meeting of the party’s executive … Continue reading