Contest to Name a Lawn Ends as It Gets Personal [NY Times]
Jury Finds Tenant Guilty of Setting Fire at Crowded Brooklyn Tenement [NY Times]
Brooklyn Man Charged With Killing Two and Dumping Guns [NY Times]
Prosecutors Face Test Proving Serious Crime in a Fatal Crash [NY Times]
Zoning Rules May Leave Flatbush Kids out of Highly Regarded School [NY Daily News]
The Brooklyn Waterfront Gets a Radical—and Terrific—Re-Design [Vanity Fair]
Brooklyn-Born Water Brand “Fred” to Start Advertising [Ad Age]
FEMA Shows Expanded Flood-Risk Zones for Red Hook and Gowanus [DNAinfo]
Walgreens Signs 20-Year Lease on Fulton Street in Bedford-Stuyvesant [DNAinfo]
Eight Hurt in School Bus Crash in Bed-Stuy, Officials Say [DNAinfo]
McCarren Park Construction Delays Williamsburg Softball Season [DNAinfo]
In the News Parents: City’s Quota Not Enough to Save P.S. 307 From Yuppie Invasion [BK Paper] Turkey’s Nest Trolls…
Helping out a Brooklynite in need this holiday season is as easy as taking a stroll down Montague Street.
The history of luxury apartment houses along Prospect Park West can be neatly summarized by tracing the history of 9…
Williamsburg’s quirky shrine to ephemera, City Reliquary, is hosting its annual celebration of strange objects and their curators.
This three-bedroom Park Slope co-op is nicely appointed, and offers a sensible layout with room for a family. Situated at…