The Buildings of Brooklyn: 128 Pierrepont Street in Brooklyn Heights
A Brooklyn group joints the push for a more “human-scale” city
An analysis of requests for bike stations by The Brooklyn Ink shows that our borough is ready to ride.
Brooklyn grocers expect to take a hit and soup kitchens brace for great community needs in anticipation of the enactment of the Farm Bill.
For the first time, local residents of Brooklyn Heights and surrounding neighborhoods in Brooklyn’s 33rd District, and have real decision-making power, through Participatory Budgeting, a program in which residents vote directly to decide how to spend up to $1 million of their council member’s discretionary funding.
A 48-year-old woman was killed in Cobble Hill by an SUV when its driver lost control Friday evening and veered into the sidewalk.
Katrina Perry of Brooklyn Heights was found guilty yesterday of taking $33,000 in adoption support checks sent to her niece’s grandmother and legal guardian, Perry’s own mother, who died in 2006.
Brooklyn Heights residents are protesting a plan to sell the city-owned Brooklyn Heights Library to a private contractor who would build a high-rise over it. The tower would include a new branch notably smaller than the original.
Crossword puzzles are a solitary activity. But for about 1,000 crossword enthusiasts, solving them became a spectator sport this weekend when they gathered in Brooklyn for the 35th Annual American Crossword Tournament.