The mass-vaccination hub at Medgar Evers College in Crown Heights finally started inoculating some of Brooklyn’s most vulnerable on February 24.
Beefed-up bus service will help transport eligible Brooklynites to the new vaccine mega-site at Medgar Evers College in Crown Heights, state officials announced Monday.
The vaccine rollout in New York has been marked with shortages and confusion, with those eligible finding the process of securing an appointment for the life-saving jab onerous and time-consuming.
Outdoor amusement parks across the state can reopen at 33 percent capacity on April 9, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Wednesday, meaning the People’s Playground can once again welcome thrill-seekers following a year of financial hardship.
Though there’s some faint optimism as COVID-19 cases begin flattening out in New York City following a post-holiday surge, the virus continues to kill dozens of New Yorkers each day -- particularly in Brooklyn and Queens.
Tributes to the beloved Brooklyn icon, known for its friendly manner and down-to-earth luxe-casual indie fashions, have come pouring in from customers and friends, including prominent creatives.
Across the borough, mutual aid groups are helping get food and supplies to those in need.
At least 12 empty storefronts can be found on a three-block stretch of North 6th, just a year after retail was ramping up on the street.
Brooklyn continues to defy conventional wisdom about the residential real estate market during the COVID-19 pandemic.
New York City public middle and high school students will not return to classrooms for in-person learning until January of next year at the earliest, Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Monday.