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Sixteen daycare centers in Brooklyn failed to meet lead testing requirements for their water supply, and some were found to contain dangerous levels of the highly poisonous metal, according to  Read more

Sixteen daycare centers in Brooklyn failed to meet lead testing requirements for their water supply, and some were found to contain dangerous levels of the highly poisonous metal, according to  Read more

Police have arrested two more suspects in the death of Carey Gabay — a former aide to Gov. Cuomo killed last Labor Day weekend in Brooklyn. Police Commissioner Bill Bratton  Read more

The C train is shorter than most trains, which generally fill the entire length of the platform, allowing commuters to stand anywhere and conveniently step onto the train. Unfortunately for  Read more

The C train is shorter than most trains, which generally fill the entire length of the platform, allowing commuters to stand anywhere and conveniently step onto the train. Unfortunately for  Read more

A New York State judge issued an order yesterday that could start to resolve the impasse between Greenland Forest City Partners (GFCP), developers of 664 Pacific, a market-rate rental building  Read more

Nine months after officially launching sales, Pacific Park Brooklyn’s first condominium building is 50 percent sold, the developer said. More than 140 units at 550 Vanderbilt Avenue are now in  Read more

Nine months after officially launching sales, Pacific Park Brooklyn’s first condominium building is 50 percent sold, the developer said. More than 140 units at 550 Vanderbilt Avenue are now in  Read more

Morning Mug is our daily showcase of photographs from our readers. If you have a photograph that you’d like to see featured, send it to photos@sheepsheadbites.com. Also, follow us on  Read more

The Commercial Observer reported yesterday, in Forest City Ratner’s Director of Retail, Kathryn Welch, Leaving the Company:After more than 30 years, Kathryn Welch is leaving Forest City Ratner Companies as of this  Read more

- A Brooklyn teacher who brought a male student to her home and then to a motel (and gave him $500 cash and a cellphone) was fired by the city  Read more

During our many travels through France, my husband and I had never visited Montpellier, the 8th largest city in the country. So, while booking our flights for this summer, we  Read more

WANTED: Male 20’s for public lewdness on the N train in Brooklyn. Call #800577TIPS w/info. @NYPDTransit pic.twitter.com/OSs6OIZiZG— NYPD NEWS (@NYPDnews) June 28, 2016The NYPD released the above photo of a  Read more

What’s on your mind? Comment away! Read more

What’s on your mind? Comment away! Read more

A Brooklyn woman was questioned by a city corruption-busting FBI agent on Tuesday — just hours after high-profile cabby advocate Fernando Mateo admitted to The Post that he had used  Read more

A Brooklyn woman was questioned by a city corruption-busting FBI agent on Tuesday — just hours after high-profile cabby advocate Fernando Mateo admitted to The Post that he had used  Read more

DNA Info reports that on Sunday afternoon two sisters, Teresa and Rebecca Lo, planning to catch an R train at the Court Street station, went to catch an elevator down  Read more

Legislation introduced by Assemblywoman Helene Weinstein to address so-called “zombie homes” — abandoned and foreclosed properties — was signed into law last week. The bill, passed as part of the  Read more

Legislation introduced by Assemblywoman Helene Weinstein to address so-called “zombie homes” — abandoned and foreclosed properties — was signed into law last week. The bill, passed as part of the  Read more

A teenage girl wearing a T-shirt that reads “There will be drama” was struck by a subway train at a Brooklyn station this afternoon despite the efforts of bystanders who  Read more

A teenage girl wearing a T-shirt that reads “There will be drama” was struck by a subway train at a Brooklyn station this afternoon despite the efforts of bystanders who  Read more

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