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Person Hit And Killed By Train In Bed-Stuy: FDNY

Person Hit And Killed By Train In Bed-Stuy: FDNY

A person was hit and killed by a train in Bed-Stuy on Tuesday afternoon, officials said. The person was struck by a train just after 1 p.m. at the Bed-Stuy station, according to a Tweet from the MTA. An FDNY spokesperson confirmed at 2 p.m.
Steam up the Windows at Brooklyn’s Best Ramen Spots

Steam up the Windows at Brooklyn’s Best Ramen Spots

A glorious confluence of myriad flavors and textures, ramen is more than the sum of its parts. Variations abound, and whether you're eating it for breakfast (best hangover cure, period) lunch, or dinner, it's satisfying comfort in a bowl.
A new film pays tribute to one of Brooklyn’s oldest bars

A new film pays tribute to one of Brooklyn’s oldest bars

Windsor Terrace is less than a square mile in size, yet it's a neighborhood known around the city for one reason: being home to one of Brooklyn's oldest drinking spots, Farrell's Bar and Grill. ...
A Mistake At A Ticket Machine Cost Me $100. Fining Me Didn’t Make the Subway Safer.

A Mistake At A Ticket Machine Cost Me $100. Fining Me Didn’t Make the Subway Safer.

I returned to New York City in the autumn of 2018 for the first time in nearly a decade.
A Near-Extinct Language Finds a Home in One Brooklyn Building

A Near-Extinct Language Finds a Home in One Brooklyn Building

The apartment building, in Brooklyn's Flatbush neighborhood, is a hive of nationalities.
New York Congress members promote federal grants to combat anti-Semitic crimes

New York Congress members promote federal grants to combat anti-Semitic crimes

Members of Congress from New York City plan to make federal grants more accessible to nonprofits and institutions of worship for better security measures and even security staff. Click here to view original web page at www.amny.
In 2019, fewer than 100 murders in Brooklyn for the second year in a row

In 2019, fewer than 100 murders in Brooklyn for the second year in a row

There were fewer than 100 murders in Brooklyn for the second year in a row in 2019, while the number of shooting incidents dropped 6.8 percent in the borough, District Attorney Eric Gonzalez announced on Friday....
Guardian Angels Patrol Outside Shabbat Services Amid Brooklyn Hate Crime Surge

Guardian Angels Patrol Outside Shabbat Services Amid Brooklyn Hate Crime Surge

The crowd outside 770 Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn's Crown Heights neighborhood on Saturday morning included all the regulars: Hasidic men in black robes tied at the waist, small girls in tights and Mary Janes, and women in wigs.
Man dies trying to douse fire in bedroom of his Brooklyn apartment

Man dies trying to douse fire in bedroom of his Brooklyn apartment

A Brooklyn man died Saturday as he tried to douse a fire in the bedroom of his NYCHA apartment in Gravesend, authorities said. ... Click here to view original web page at www.nydailynews.
Thousands march across Brooklyn Bridge in support of Jewish community

Thousands march across Brooklyn Bridge in support of Jewish community

Thousands of people marched across the Brooklyn Bridge on Sunday as part of an anti-hate rally amid a spate of hate crimes against the Jewish community.