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E-biker critically injured in Windsor Terrace * Brooklyn Paper
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BP Weekender: Six things to do in Brooklyn Jan. 21-23 * Brooklyn Paper
Whiskey Tasting and Comed y: Whiskey Stories presents an evening of rare whiskeys and live comedy skits based on the label of each sought-after bottle.
Cops bust Brooklyn woman who told Jewish kids 'Hitler should have killed you all' * Brooklyn Paper
Police on Friday arrested a Brooklyn woman accused of committing hate crimes against three Jewish children, with police accusing the suspect of telling the young trio that "Hitler should have killed you all" before spitting on an eight-year-old.
Queens man busted for ruinous school bus joyride through Brooklyn * Brooklyn Paper
Prosecutors indicted a Queens man Monday on charges of stealing a school bus last month and taking it for a ruinous joyride across Kings County, causing injuries to numerous people and heavy-duty property damage.
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13 Brooklyn pols appointed City Council committee chairs * Brooklyn Paper
The almost all-new slate of New York City councilmembers have been hard at work at City Hall for just about three weeks now, and on Thursday they received their committee assignments, setting the course for which issues they'll champion over the next four years.
E-bike rider critically hurt in Brooklyn hit-and-run: cops
An e-bike rider is clinging to life after he was struck by a hit-and-run driver in Brooklyn early Friday, cops said.
City again exterminates proposed pesticide storage facility for East Flatbush * Brooklyn Paper
The city has, once again, exterminated a proposed pesticide storage facility on Ralph Avenue in East Flatbush after vocal community opposition, and now is instead planning to site a storage depot for the Department of Homeless Services at the 50,000 square-foot warehouse.
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Vandalism leaves Brooklyn's Homecrest Community Center on Edge
Don Lee was standing near a window in the Homecrest Community Services center in Sheepshead Bay earlier this month when rocks suddenly came crashing through the glass.