A Bushwick apartment fire kills young girls visiting their grandfather, and Bed Stuy seniors left without hot water for over a week.
Famous Brooklyn Bridge Park ice cream shop will become another Ample Hills, and Cobble Hill darling Battersby to shutter by year’s end.
Brooklyn Bridge Park will replace problem-plagued Squibb Bridge, and a self-described "Willy Wonka" buys food incubator Pilotworks.
WinterFest at Brooklyn Museum reorganizes after being called a scam, and cat cafe reopens in Brooklyn Heights.
The Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Epiphany is revealed in Crown Heights, and Coney Islanders vote to co-name a street after singer Woody Guthrie.
Brooklyn Public Library seeks a new name for its beloved bird statue, and a Bed Stuy organic butcher shop closes its doors.
The EPA says the Gowanus Canal is cleaner than it has been in 150 years, and the City Comptroller says De Blasio housing plan fails needy families.
Allegations of tenant harassment in Bushwick, and locals cheer plan to replace Downtown Brooklyn’s MS 8 with a new middle school.
Carroll Gardens favorite Prime Meats closing this weekend, and Eric Adams wants an investigation after a fatal construction accident in Bed Stuy.
The city proposes safety fixes to a deadly Kensington intersection, and officials unveil plans for a Bergen Beach community farm.