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A tow truck driver allegedly slammed into five parked cars on Ocean Avenue and Avenue Y before fleeing the scene early Thursday morning, according to CBS News. Police told the  Read more

B LINE From 10 p.m. to 5 a.m., Monday to Friday, B service ends early each night. From 9:45 a.m. to 3 p.m., Wednesday to Friday, Manhattan-bound B trains run  Read more

Police are turning to the public in their search for a man they say exposed himself to a woman on the B44 bus. According to cops, the man pictured above  Read more

THE COMMUTE: The fare in Toronto was $3 a ride with transfers. Seniors pay $2. There are discounts when purchasing multiple tokens and tickets as well as weekly and monthly  Read more

Alternate side parking regulations are suspended Monday through Wednesday, July 28 to 30 for Eid al-Fitr, and there will be no street cleaning on those days. All other regulations, including  Read more

This one, I am told, was on Bedford Avenue. From the photographer: Those are the seed packets that hang from the branches. Usually they’re straight, but they curve as they  Read more

In Case You Missed It (ICYMI): Here are some of the big stories you may have missed this week. You can keep up with what’s going on in the neighborhood  Read more


This is a paid announcement from UFC Gym Brooklyn, located at 16 Brighton 11th Street. Get out of the heat and join us for the annual UFC Gym Summer Party  Read more

  Judging from the photo, it doesn’t seem like such a terrible place to be. Like if you were on a sailboat, or something. Photo by George Burshteyn

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Q LINE From 12:01 a.m. Satursday to 5 a.m. Monday, Q trains run local in Manhattan. F LINE From 12:01 a.m. Saturday to 5 a.m. Monday, F trains run local  Read more

In the middle of a hot July day, we can understand wanting to do whatever it takes to cool down — just don’t waste water! The New York City Department  Read more

State Senate candidate Sean Henry is putting issues of homelessness and poverty at the center of his campaign to unseat Senator John Sampson. For Henry it’s a personal battle, having  Read more

With the Israeli-Palestinian conflict raging in the Middle East, and tensions in Brooklyn’s Jewish and Arab communities running high, the Kings Bay Y (3495 Nostrand Avenue) is setting table for  Read more

CompStat reports are produced by the New York Police Department on a weekly basis. We summarize the week’s statistics for the 61st Precinct reports every Friday. The 61st Precinct is  Read more

Is your kid the next Roger Federer or Anna Kournikova? They could be, and now there are free programs at local schools to help them get there. The New York  Read more

Many of you out there will now have this song stuck in your head all day. Go ahead, play it. I dare you. Photo by Allan Shweky Morning Mug is  Read more


A Brooklyn Supreme Court judge ordered Midwood Rabbi Yaakov Weingarten and his wife, Rivka, to pay more than $520,000 for setting up phony not-for-profit organizations claiming to benefit Israel and  Read more


Pizza by the Bay, the only kosher pizzeria near Sheepshead Bay Road, has closed for good, with equipment and furnishings up for auction today. The business owner said that business  Read more

Judging from the photo above, it’s probably fair to say that Faberge Lounge at 2007 Emmons Avenue isn’t doing well in its legal struggle with the Faberge jewelry company, who  Read more

By now, we all know the area has a garbage problem. But it’s time to stop griping and start pitching in to make the community better. Here’s your chance: Councilman  Read more

Following New York City’s sixth drowning death on public property this season, Borough President Eric Adams is calling for a trio of reforms to prevent future drownings. Adams made the  Read more

Has anyone ever actually eaten a fish caught in the waters of Sheepshead Bay and lived to tell about it? It’s probably not as bad as eating a fish from  Read more


UPDATE (4:21 p.m.): The Times has more on both incidents. On the Midwood incident: On Friday evening, outside a prayer gathering preceding the nightly meal, men in a white Lexus  Read more

An ambulance struck a girl on Coney Island Avenue and Avenue X, leaving her seriously injured. The accident happened just after noon. The girl was taken to Lutheran Medical Center  Read more

State Senator John Sampson, facing three primary challengers and multiple federal corruption charges, has the backing of Brooklyn’s top Democrat even as his reelection chances look bleak. The influential chair  Read more

Officers from the 60th Precinct pulled the body of a 44-year-old man from a Brighton Beach building yesterday morning. Cops were responding to a 911 call just after 11:00 a.m.  Read more

A good Samaritan yanked a 10-year-old girl and her 9-year-old sister from the water at Coney Island beach after seeing them fall off a nearby rock jetty, but the older  Read more

They are on the far side of Emmons Avenue, of course. Or at least that’s where this wild thing was hanging out last week. Photo by Erica Sherman Morning Mug  Read more


Thank the lord for America’s independent, free press, delving into the weightiest and most controversial of issues, serving as a public watchdog, the fourth estate, protecting our freedoms… and eating  Read more


by Diana Bruk A group of New Yorkers hailing from all five boroughs gathered early Saturday morning at the Marine Park salt marsh for a rare canoeing adventure to White  Read more

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