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Residents of the Flatbush subsection Erasmus have filed the most heat complaints for two consecutive years.

Report: Flatbush Residents Are More Likely to Lack Heat

According to a new report by Rent Hop, residents in the Flatbush subsection Erasmus are not getting enough heat from their landlords as city data reveals: They have filed the most complaints in the 2018 heating season.  In 2018, New ...

Little Brooklynites can now put on the lab coats and explore the world of science while navigating Brooklyn Children's Museum newest exhibit Science + You. 

Brooklyn Kids May Catch the Science Bug at this New Exhibit

Little Brooklynites can now put on their lab coats and discover the world of science while navigating Brooklyn Children's Museum newest exhibit Science + You.  The exhibit, which opened Tuesday, is an interactive child-sized laboratory with hands-on scientific tools and methods ...

New Renderings Revealed for Betsy Head Park Overhaul

New Renderings Revealed for Betsy Head Park Overhaul

It’s been a little bit over two years since Mayor de Blasio announced a $30 million makeover for Brownsville’s Betsy Head Park, and now, just in time for its centennial anniversary, work has officially begun, announced Abel Bainnson Butz Landscape Architects, ...

Named after the late Borough President Raymond V. Ingersoll, the Eagle can now peacefully nest in the central library's main lobby.

The People Have Spoken: Brooklyn Library’s Eagle Has a Name!

After launching a contest to name the historic eagle sculpture adorning the central library’s main lobby, the Brooklyn Public Library has now revealed the people's final choice: Ingersoll! Selected from a list of five finalists, runner-ups included “Dodger,” “Emily,” “Harmony” ...

The state senate opened its legislative session with a bang by tackling the critical issue of voting reforms. What will change? 

NY State Senate Passes Sweeping Voting Reforms

On the first full day of its new legislative session on Monday, the New York State Senate passed seven bills that will radically reform the state’s election system. The bills include measures such as allowing preregistration of minors, voting by ...

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